Treasure Hunters: Quest for the City of Gold Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-04 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" Note: I accessed a digital review copy of this book through Edelweiss. " said.


"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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"Thank you to Edelweiss and the publisher for the E-ARC copy of this book.
I have a huge fan of this series. I think that is a great book for anyone, but espcially kids under 13. The treasure hunting is my favorite part of this series. I think that it's wonderful to see the imagination and excitment of having a treasure to hunt. We forget how much fun it is to be a kid looking for lost treasure. I know some will say that the series is getting a little repetitive, but for kids it gives them friends to come back to check in on. James Patterson doesn't need reviews, but parents do. If you have a child that loves adventure, fun, and a clean read then you must try out this series! Librarian approved, but parent approved!
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" My 10 year old son, was waiting for this book, which was released on his birthday. He plowed through it in a couple days. He just loves this series and has energized his love of reading. " said.

" This is a very good book. I could tell that there was a lot of research put into this book. This book had a good solid plot.I think this is my favorite book in the series. Tommy is my favorite character. If I could give this a 6 star I would!This book is great! Highly recommended! " said.

" My son who is 8 years old just finished this book. He said he loved the beginning, middle and end! It has action in all of parts. He would recommend this series for age 7-16+. He loves anything James Patterson and Stuart Gibbs. " said.

" This is another amusing Treasure Hunters story. It is a true gem, I Kidd you not! " said.

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