Irving Olivas Ramos Olivas Ramos from Lervik, Sweden
Although this book breed of started slow, it finished quite well. It involved what I would call the predictable romantic attraction of human beings in extream domains; however, it also had some quite interesting and funny excursións and weaves. Towards the end it was good enough that I would sit and listen to what was happening instead of just turning off the car and going to whatever. The story (spoiler): a very rich man goes off to bury himself with all his riches - gives his three children a threat to find him and take what is theirs, but they have to work together. Well - they don't initially, but do end up all together. Like life, each son is very unique and motivated by different stuffs. Most of this takes position in a jungle, so if you like the outdoors, you would like what they have to go through. Add an evil character and a smart blond you get the rest of the story. I'd recommend it if you like the Preston books - and the audio is read by the same as the Pendergast books.