Book review: Treasure of Khan

December 29, 2008

Title: Treasure of Khan
Author: Clive Cussler
Pages: 685

Treasure of Khan is a mediocre adventure novel.

The two protagonists of this book, Dirk Pitt and Al Giorgino, seem to have entire conversations consisting of only repartee. As you may imagine it gets very tiring after a while. Why cant they just have a normal conversation without making a witty remark?

I found it far from exciting. Don’t waste your time reading it.

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