The Patriots Legacy: Forbidden Treasure
Publication: The Write Place
Page Count: 302
Genre: Historical Fiction
A fabulous treasure is amassed by the Rulers of the Kingdom of Allegiance. However as the kings succumb to greed and corruption, the secret group of Patriots is born. Over the centuries the bloodline of Patriots ensures that their secrets are successfully passed on through the subsequent generations.
A motley group of seven youngsters from all over the world is brought together at the Convention Centre at Geneva where they meet the enigmatic Priscilla. Identified as the Young Patriots, they are mobilized to be sent on a treasure hunting quest. The quest that will take them all over the world facing the most incredible situations that challenge their very limits. All this and more for a breathtaking sum of money.
The Young Patriots pool in their resources and intellect in a bid to achieve the ultimate treasure. Hey, this could be their adventure of a lifetime. Of course, they have Priscilla and her secret organization helping them every step of the way.
What they hadn’t factored in is the greed of the greatest Mafia lord of all time. Zuraan will stop at absolutely nothing to get his hands on the ultimate treasure. He waits to strike when the time is right.
Will the Young Patriots survive in this cat and mouse game or have they taken on way more than they can chew? Is all the wealth in the world worth playing with and even losing their life? Can they really outplay Zuraan in this game of life and death and truly getaway? Read and find out for yourself.
Do I recommend it?
An interesting book about a bunch of super-intelligent youngsters on a treasure quest. Forced to learn on the job, they track clues in the most amazing ways. Just as I started off wondering how the random 7 scattered all over the globe got together for this treasure hunt, Bhuta managed to pull me back and give insight about the background of the Young Patriots.
It turned out to be quite an interesting and informative read with glimpses of the seven new wonders of the world. I’m sure it will be quite a Hit with the Target Audience- Teens and Young adults.
Rating: 4/5 stars
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