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While the follow the clues treasure hunt was interesting, my reason for enjoying this story was the authenticity of biblical history interspersed with the excitement of translating text and the electrical fizz as what was being read was dovetailing, although not exactly, of course, with what biblical scholars had already surmised. That is what makes a novel like this interesting. The story is given depth of narrative with information on the current relationships throughout the region. The information is presented as adjunct to the story- not some dry discovery channel delivery. I look forward to reading more by this author. Nice delivery!
I am a Clive Cussler fan and have read many of his books, but as of late, I am growing tired of the same plot formula; add to that the price for a Clive Cussler book and I started looking for something new. I have read a couple of titles by co-authors of Cussler and enjoyed the stories. This led me to giving other authors a chance, because I am very picky when choosing books. When I find something I like, I tend to stick with it. The more I order books on my Kindle, the more useful recommendations I get from Amazon.
The Moses Legacy was one of those recommendations, and I am very pleased that I gave David Kessler a chance. Put aside the spelling and grammatical errors, and the slight difference in the spelling of words between American English and the U.K. and you have a very entertaining story full of twists, obstacles for the protagonist, and in the end justice for the antagonist. This story is on par with the other big-name author's stories of this genre, and the characters and situations are more believable and real. Don't focus on the misspellings and grammatical errors. It doesn't take any work to figure out what the author meant to say and the story flows nicely.
I found the story to be a page-turner. If you read in spurts, there are plenty of chapter breaks for good stopping points so it is easy to pick up where you left off.
I am currently reading Hidden Menace by David Kessler and I am enjoying this story as well. I was pleased to find out the there is another Daniel Klein mystery available as well and I will be purchasing that next.
All-in-all, a good read for those who like the Dan Brown sub-genre, and, a possibly entertaining story for the reader who doesn't.
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