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Plus the characters all seemed to have the same voice.
The Lost Tomb (Jack Howard, #3) by David Gibbins
This is the story of one last Gospel, left behind in the age of the New Testament, in the greatest days of the Roman Empire, and of its extraordinary secret, one that has lain concealed for years. It takes a while as a reader to figure out where you are.
Both sets of teams are usually well-organized, funded, and connected. Overall, interesting but not a must-read.
The Last Gospel (The Lost Tomb)
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. OK, so with its carbonised centuries old bodies, secret tunnels, Vestal Virgins and a long lost document that not everyone is happy about being discovered this wasn’t completely without merit its just that the expected ‘thrills and spills’ were too few and far between to maintain my interest, the author having an awful tendency to never run with them.
The mystery story here held more interest, but it was wrapped in a really dull plot. Jan 06, Conyers rated it liked it Shelves: Views Read Edit View history. This is the story of one last Gospel, left behind in the age of the New Testament, in the greatest days of the Roman Empire, and of its extraordinary secret, one that has lain concealed for years. I think the story line was pretty good, and it was nice to read an adventure story without a lot of cussing and sex. The ideas were fascinating, the plot intriguing, but I think it would have been told better in the hands of another author like Dan Brown.
It was just sort of resolved. Cover of first UK edition Had gbbins hopes for this but really didn’t like it. Jan 27, Trena rated it really liked it. Gibbins learned to scuba dive at the age of 15 in Canada, and dived under ice, on shipwrecks and in caves while he was gkspel at school.
There shall be no Priests. This group poses absolutely no threat to anyone and their reason for existence really isn’t explained very well.
Perhaps the greatest secret ever kept. It tries to be fast paced, but to attempt to do this, it cuts out descriptions and puts pure historical explanation for its pacing. All in all, a story line on christianity I didn’t mind reading.
Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. In order to get out of my slump, I decided to read the next book in one of my favorite series, and that was the 3rd book in the Jack Howard series, The Lost Tomb by David Gibbins.
But here, the story got lost sometimes for the details of the sciences discussed. Perhaps the greatest secret ever kept. However, I felt the book lacked just a little in the “danger” category. What if you were the one who discovered this secret?
Perhaps the greatest secret ever kept What if one of the Ancient World’s greatest libraries was buried in volcanic ash and then re-discovered two thousand years later? The concept of a lost gospel, written by the hand of Jesus himself, is intriguing, and the thought of what Jesus may have intended for his followers, versus what the church has made of gibbijs and the world, is fascinating and a bit heart-breaking.
A clue reveals lasr possibility of some ancient artifact or truth that will change the davjd, but to find this most-sought after item davic require a group of intrepid explorers and scientists to find the next clue s in remote locations around the globe. I enjoy books with some history and intellect.
This style meant that any attempts to make the novel gibhins exciting seemed horribly contrived. It made more sense than the present day constant explanations about the past.