Treasure Hunters: Quest for the City of Gold Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-15 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" 6th grade- Owen realistic science fiction (could happen) quick, easy, funny " said.

" Finally finished it!!!! Best book so far " said.

" Great follow up in this fun series. " said.


" I have loved this series and am sad it is over..a true sign of a good author. " said.

" Treasure Hunters is a fun series. The series is perfect for kids and adults. The fun continues in the latest adventure Quest for the City of Gold and it still has all the humor and charm of the previous books in the series. I highly recommend this series to anyone. " said.

"This was the fifth book in the Treasure Hunters series, and just like all the other books, it was amazing! It was written by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein, my two favorite authors. The Kidds are trying to find the lost city of Paititi in South America made entirely out of gold. I really liked this book because of how unpredictable it was. There map got stolen and they had to rely on Storm to guide them through the jungle (because she has photographic memory) before the bad guys found it. Then they kidnapped Storm and the Kidds had to find a way to get storm back. In the end, they end up finding the city. No one had found it because it was underwater!

I would rate this book and the series 10/10. I would recommend it to anyone who likes adventure, fiction or mystery.

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"The Kidd family of treasure hunters are back for another adventure. This time, they will find themselves drawn to Peru, where they will be challenged by most of their past nemeses as they search for the lost Incan city of Paititi. The twins Bick and Beck take readers through the story as each of the family members contributes in their own special way to solve the mystery and also avoid death from both the setting and the evil people out to get them.

The book takes on an interesting twist as readers learn more about the ultimate goals of the family Kidd for this mission. They have every intention of turning over the gold found in Paititi to the Peruvian government in order for it to help purchase land to protect the region's rainforests. the real question is whether they can find the city in time ... or even survive.

This was an interesting addition to the Treasure Hunters series. It struggles a bit from being a little too much more of the same, coming across as a bit formulaic. With that said, intermediate readers often enjoy that kind of stortytelling. I found it a little slow in the beginning as the book seemed to struggle with finding the main plot, but it ended up being worth it in the end. Not the best in the series, but still fun.
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