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The shadowy guide of those who have tried is Valverde, a Spaniard who some 50 years after Atahualpa's death is said to have become rich after being led to the gold by his Incan bride's family.
When he died, he left written directions to its location, the so-called Derrotero de Valverde. The gold trail went cold until the s, when English botanist Richard Spruce traveled to Ecuador in search of the cinchona tree, the seeds of which were used to produce the antimalarial drug quinine.
Spruce, when he finally returned to Britain, reported that he had uncovered Valverde's guide and a related map, made by a man named Atanasio Guzman.
Treasure seeker Barth Blake followed up Spruce's discovery in If his writings are to be believed, Blake was the last person to find the gold.
In one letter he wrote: "There are thousands of gold and silver pieces of Inca and pre-Inca handicraft, the most beautiful goldsmith works you are not able to imagine.
Taking only what he could carry, Blake left and never returned. Sources suggest that en route to New York, where he planned to raise funds for an expedition to recover his prize, he disappeared overboard.
Some say he was pushed deliberately. Which is annoying. And Cussler gives himself a cameo as a roadside diner operator. Which is amusing. Author cameos are odd.
The good people are for the most part handsome or beautiful. The bad people are mostly ugly. And there is very little ambiguity between the two.
The general shape of the plot is pretty obvious. Dirk and his crew are looking for a lost treasure. The bad guys are also looking for the same lost treasure.
Dirk is handsome, smart, courageous, daring, stoic, loyal, skilled, strong, pretty much unkillable, and takes decisive actions to achieve his goals.
The bad guys are sneaky and duplicitous and do bad things to everyone around them. They encounter each other several times, resulting in fight scenes and daring escapes.
And eventually the good guys win. The female characters are all smart and successful as well as beautiful. They are archaeologists, politicians, amature race car drivers, and government assassins, as well as ex-models or actresses.
To the author's credit Dirk is secure enough in his masculinity to let his beautiful successful girlfriend drive his cars.
Although she does seem to need a lot or rescuing. The writing was so bad that I assumed this must have been Cussler's first novel.
But it is the 12th in the Dirk Pitt series and I found one site that listed this as the second best book in the series. Which goes back to the porn idea.
Cussler clearly has a lot of devoted fans. They must enjoy this kind of "boys own adventure" the way some women enjoy romance novels.
This is the kind of writing his fans want. And there are things to love about this book. It is an unambiguous adventure. It is a fun book.
It's interesting, it's informative. Although some of the information is misleading i. And I don't think any of the information about the mountain, the statue carved at its peak, or the underground river are true.
There is an underground river on the yucatan peninsula, but none that I could find in northern Mexico.
That is the trouble with fiction. My favorite part is the touch of the supernatural. In addition to the Inca death deity guarding the treasures, there are some religious icons that have been stolen from the local natives in Mexico.
The story implies that the native gods are at least partially responsible for the good guys winning. May 14, Stefan-Iulian Tesoi rated it liked it Shelves: fiction.
It's a long book of mediocre quality and had a low priority in my round-robin reading list so it took me a few months to read this one.
I don't usually read adventure based fiction so I don't have other sources for a comparison. There is a lot of action and adventure going on and it's obvious that the author did his fair share of research and documentation but I don't think that it's meant for people like me who like to overthink, I think it's rather intended for people that just want to kill so It's a long book of mediocre quality and had a low priority in my round-robin reading list so it took me a few months to read this one.
There is a lot of action and adventure going on and it's obvious that the author did his fair share of research and documentation but I don't think that it's meant for people like me who like to overthink, I think it's rather intended for people that just want to kill some time having nothing else better to do.
I kept finding holes in the plot and this book is quite obviously made with the intention to become the screenplay for a movie someday there is already the movie Sahara made after the book with the same name by the same author , the heroes go through all kinds of adversities, evade and kill the bad guys, all ends well and the main hero gets the girl at the end he gets two girls actually It's not shadenfreude, I don't get enjoyment from the misfortunes of others but it wouldn't be bad if some of the heroes would end up stone dead The hero, Dirk Pitt, is some kind of superhero, he can climb near vertical cliffs and he can survive in situations that would kill an ordinary man, shoots a guy in his manhood not cool dude, not cool , outmaneuvers weak adversaries and he is very smug about it.
I nicknamed him Dick since he behaves like one and also likes to shoot the organ with the same scientific name. The book is called Inca Gold and it is technically speaking Inca gold but the real actors that do all the gold moving action are the Chachapoyas which were Inca allies actually.
I did some research and the Chachapoyas have some really neat fortresses hidden in the remote jungle that are worth visiting- but most of the people go to Machu Picchu instead.
There were some rumors in the past that they might be descendants of another race than the local south american population since they look a bit different physically, however, the myth that they are descendants from europeans has been historically busted.
In the book they are presented as being white, with blonde hair and with guardians reaching a towering height of almost 2.
They are described as being practically northern europeans which makes me feel cheated because I was curious about the Incas and the likes, if I wanted to read something about northern europeans I would have read Beowulf.
I think that this kind of cultural appropriation is just disrespectful. Jul 06, Jeremy rated it really liked it Recommended to Jeremy by: Mr.
One of my most inspiring English teachers in high school had recommended Clive Cussler as one of the many authors that I should check out at some point.
It took me about 8 years, but I finally got around to that part of my bookshelf, and what a treat it was. I didn't learn that Inca Gold was the 12th installment in the ongoing adventure series helmed by larger-than-life hero Dirk Pitt until after I polished this beauty off, but that alone speaks to how well written this novel is.
There are pl One of my most inspiring English teachers in high school had recommended Clive Cussler as one of the many authors that I should check out at some point.
There are plenty of series out there in book or TV form in which you have to start from the very beginning in order to be able to follow along with the main storyline and to be able to identify, understand, and breathe the same air as the main characters in a chapter or episode do, and picking up midstream is simply out of the question.
In Inca Gold , though, Cussler does a terrific job of strapping diving gear straight onto the reader so that you're ready right away to take the plunge with Dirk Pitt and not fear the dreaded bends when you have to come up for air once in a while.
Now that I've taken the plunge, I can't wait to dive back down for more in the rest of the Dirk Pitt series. When you combine all of the best elements of James Bond action, classic maniacal villains, and gadget techno-trickery with all of the best elements of Indiana Jones fearless exploration, historical fiction that you'd swear has to be authentic, and stunts that'll knock your teeth out, you get Dirk Pitt.
It's a shame Hollywood has botched up turning this franchise into movies so far, according to accounts that I've read about film adaptations Raise the Titanic!
That's not even trying. With the next Bond film currently in development hell, unleashing a franchise like this that already has a strong library of stories to use would be phenomenal right now Mar 02, Quinn rated it really liked it.
Also, with surprising plot twists, the reader learns that the first solution presented is not always the best one. While this book was exciting and entertaining, there were some aspects where the predictability exhausted some of the energy from the book.
This, in turn, resulted in the absence of any anxiety that the reader may have felt. Regardless of this aspect, the book was exiting and fun to read.
This style of writing paired with an exciting plot line and surprising twists make up an excellent book.
Anyone who is looking for a thrilling plot with many twists would enjoy the novel. In conclusion, this book is void of complete plausibility in that the character seems to be invincible.
Also, this book contains figurative language that complements the action-packed plot line. Thus, Inca Gold is a perfect option for a reader looking for entertainment rather than a realistic story.
Shelves: favorites. May have some spoilers! A Dirk Pitt favorite!! This twelve installment of the Dirk Pitt series gives us every thing we've come to expect but more!
Dirk Pitt comes into the book pretty quick in this installment, unlike the others where we had to read quite a bit before he put in an appearance.
In this one we get our back ground info of how in Sir Francis Drake captures the Spanish Galleon filled with Inca gold, and the key to a long-lost treasure.
As the ships split to take the treasures home May have some spoilers! As the ships split to take the treasures home to England, the Spanish Galleon is lost and her or her crew never seen again.
Then in a group of archeologist is diving in the "sacrificial pool" in the Andes of Peru, after two divers disappear inside, Dirk Pitt and Al come onto the scene.
After this which isn't very far into the book, things really pick up when they are captured by treasure hunters, all except Dirk who was left to die.
That is only the tip of the iceberg for this action packed and suspenseful ride that Clive Cussler has created for us!
This has to be a favorite my favorite from the Dirk Pitt Series so far. Cussler has really out done himself with this one.
Also in this one Dirk isn't saving the wold. I was surprised as well! Though he does help out people and discover things that will benefit the world, he doesn't have to save the world from blowing up.
Not that I diss the world saving because Dirk makes one hell of a super hero. Again we have another appearance from Cussler in the book, which as also I think is ironic and slightly funny.
I definitely recommend this book to anyone and everyone, especially for fans of the Dirk Pitt series! View all 4 comments. Dirk Pitt is an amalgamation John D.
He is a character that unlike MacGyver has no qualms about using a gun but he also relies on his wit to solve problems.
Inca Gold is the 12th novel in a series created by Clive Cussler. Dirk Pitt and Al Giordino, a veteran team of marine salvage divers, volunteer their services to aid in the rescue o Dirk Pitt is an amalgamation John D.
The self-proclaimed Maoist revolutionary Tupac Amaru leaves Pitt for dead in the well and takes the group of archeologists, students and Al Giordino hostage.
Later it's revealed that the so-called revolutionary leader is nothing more than a self-aggrandizing tomb robber. The biggest challenge is finding out who was really the head of the tomb robbers.
The beauty of Clive Cussler's novels is his ability to bring history to life by prefacing his Dirk Pitt and other novels with historical events.
My favorite class in 4th or 6th grade was the history class that discussed the ancient native cultures of Mexico and Peru.
My only complaint about this book is the same complaint I have for Pacific Vortex! WTF are the Kindle editions? Dirk Pitt is getting a little old for this stuff now.
However, except for that s Dirk Pitt is getting a little old for this stuff now. However, except for that similarity, I found this plot to be unique and able to stand on its own.
Another great story with lots and lots of details from Cussler. Why do we wander over the battlefields of Gettysburg and Waterloo or stand on the cliffs and look down on the beaches of Normandy?
Because we have to look back into history to see ourselves. Julien Perlmutter May 29, Morgan rated it it was amazing.
The main character, Dirk Pitt, and his best friend Al Giordino are called on a mission to recue two American archaeologists from a sacrificial pool.
This is only the beginning. Behind the plot to kill the archaeologists is a crime family of illegal art and ancient artifact stealers.
This family, the Zolars, also want the ancient Chachapoyan treasure. Pitt and Giordino not only have to stop the Zolars, who will kill to get what they want, but also rescue the archaeologists and many others who are captured by the evil syndicates.
Amidst all of this, the Zolars have traced their way to over a billion dollars worth of Incan gold. The goal that they have is to smuggle the gold out of Mexico, where it was hidden in a massive cavern under the desert, only accessible by a treacherous underground river.
Everything relies on Dirk Pitt, his brains, will, and uncanny ability to survive whatever life-and assassins- throws at him. I really liked this book.
I honestly had trouble putting it down, so thank goodness that we had down time in class so that I could finish the book. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes adventure, daring chases around the world, romance, and even a little mystery.
May 18, James rated it it was amazing. Clive Cussler is a great adventure novelist. All adventure and action books that I have read, that have been written by him have been superb.
The book Inca Gold is no different; as usual Clive gives the readers a firsthand view of the events of the history of the mystery.
His adventure books usually remind me of famous movies, and this one in particular reminds me of Indiana Jones with all the treasure hunting and gun fights.
In this book the book starts with the events of a Spanish treasure shi Clive Cussler is a great adventure novelist. In this book the book starts with the events of a Spanish treasure ship and its raid and capture by pirates.
Eventually after many great endangering scenarios Dirk finds himself in a race to find the lost treasure of the Spanish galleon before an international artifact smuggling business.
This book is great because it is not only full of great action scenes, funny commentary, and great mystery; but because it is written in a easy to read and understand way that allows any reader to pick up this adventure book and read it.
One of my favorite parts about this book is that Clive writes himself into the book as a very important cameo. I would recommend this book to many young adults because it is violent and gory in some chapters, but these constant action scenes will keep a young adult entertained and keep them from getting bored with the book.
Jul 12, A. While I believe the earlier shorter books in the series were better, this one is still a fun read albeit mildly patronizing at times and with more filler than necessary.
I understand why it captured my interest in the 7th grade I wanted to be Indiana Jones AND a Marine Biologist and I understand why a decade and a half has made it less enjoyable for me.
It's one of those books though, if you like Clive's novels, and if you've read any of his others, this one does exactly what you'd expect.
I was in the 7th grade and for once found a book that didn't bore me to tears. My middle school librarian was ecstatic. As it was the first of his I read and I was a 7th grader, I absolutely adored it.
I do think I might circle back around one day to re-read it with a better informed opinion. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Readers also enjoyed. About Clive Cussler. Clive Cussler. Cussler began writing novels in and published his first work featuring his continuous series hero, Dirk Pitt, in His first non-fiction, The Sea Hunters , was released in It was the first time Cussler began writing novels in and published his first work featuring his continuous series hero, Dirk Pitt, in It was the first time since the College was founded in that such a degree was bestowed.
The clash between the art thieves, the FBI and the Customs Service, a tribe of local Indians, and Pitt, along with his friends from NUMA, two of whom are captured and threatened with execution, rushes toward a wild climax in a subterranean world of darkness and death — for the real key to the mystery, as it turns out, is a previously unknown, unexplored underground river that runs through the ancient treasure chamber.
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