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Cibola: A Dane Maddock Adventure (Dane Maddock Adventures Series Book 2) by [Wood, David]
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1539- In a remote Spanish outpost, one man holds the secret to the greatest treasure and deadliest secret in human history. Utah, Present Day Cave paintings in a newly-discovered Indian site provide evidence that Christ visited the New World. Or do they? Dane Maddock returns in another unforgettable adventure! When Dane rescues beautiful archaeologist Jade Ihara , he joins her on asearch for the legendary Seven Cities of Cibola. Cibola takes the reader on a journey across the American southwest, where the ruins of the mysterious Anasazi hide deadly secrets, and foes lurk around every corner. Dane and his partner "Bones" Bonebrake must decipher clues from the fabled Copper Scroll, outwit their enemies, and be the first to unlock the secret of Cibola.

"With the thoroughly enjoyable way Mr. Wood has mixed speculative history with our modern day pursuit of truth, he has created a story that thrills and makes one think beyond the boundaries of mere fiction and enter the world of 'why not'? Cibola is a worthy tale!" --David Lynn Golemon, Author of Ancients, Event, Legend, and Leviathan

"Ancient cave paintings? Cities of gold? Secret scrolls? Sign me up! Cibola is a twisty tale of adventure and intrigue that never lets up and never lets go!" --Robert Masello, author of Bestiary and Blood and Ice

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 978 KB
  • Print Length: 266 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Adrenaline Press (1 January 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001VH7PKE
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #123,089 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Once again my reading skills were hard tried to keep pace with the action in David's story. I hope he continues to be a prolific writer because I'd hate to run out of new David Wood novels.
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Well I did read another in the hope I had misjudged David, but no, it's the same old same old. Give it some proper mystery and build up the need to find this thing. Avoid it being for world power - that's old hat, try something different :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars A race against evil to find a fabulous treasure 11 April 2015
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Cibola is the 2nd in the Dane Maddock Adventure series that is written by David Wood.

Jade Ihara has spent her life searching for Cibola, or more accurately, the legend of the seven gold cities of Cibola that Coronado tried to find. She gets a lead which sends her to Argentina and an underwater well. She meets up with Maddock when she almost drowns in the underwater caves that lead to the well. He saves her life. She then talks him into going back down with her and they find a shield with a map on it. Thus beings their race against and organization bent on world dominance.

Bones is off helping his cousin with an archaeological dig in Utah and uncovers two very curious cave paintings and a gold artifact. The finds end up tying into the search that Jade and Dane are involved in. Bones and his girlfriend join up with Dane and Jade.

David Wood weaves history and myth from various cultures and time periods into an adventure that leads to a great treasure that must never come to light. Cibola is great addition to the Dane Maddock Adventures.
3.0 out of 5 stars Good not great book 20 August 2014
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Good book which I enjoyed for the most part, and would normally rate 4 stars, but I had to dock it another star because I felt the book really fell apart toward the end. If you like books by James Rollins, Steve Berry, and other similar authors you might enjoy this - but it's not nearly as good overall as books by Rollins or Berry. I actually purchased this about 3 years ago and got around to reading this last week . . . the premise of the story did not grab me at first. There are several good things about the book - some of the characters are pretty interesting, the story is exciting at times, once it gets going it is not boring by any means. But a few problems, also mentioned by other reviewers, include one element too many of common adventure story lines (i.e., biblical treasure hunt, following a trail of clues to find hidden passages, secret society, monsters); the plot seems to accelerate and suddenly end abruptly, to me, without a very good resolution; and the mistakes or abuses of protocol the archeology "heroes" commit along the way. Still, fairly enjoyable read if you just want to escape for a while and follow an adventure.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good but could have been better 28 January 2014
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This is the second in the Dane Maddock series and was par with the first novel. Typical ex Special Forces dudes team up with the obligatory gorgeous archaeologist (are there any female archaeologists in these types of books who aren't gorgeous, single and always the right age???) to search for a lost city of gold. Naturally there is an evil consortium hot on their trail who will nearly always seem to win but lose right at the end.

Was it a fluffy read - yes
Was it predictable - yes
Was it full of cliques - yes


If you are prepared to let your mind go along for the ride, this series is very enjoyable. You don't have to think too hard, the plots are kind of obvious, the goodies are good, the baddies are bad and even the good who turns out bad turns out to be good (if you get my drift. And there is enough real life references that had me turning to google to make some of the plot at least realistic, just proves the author did do his research and did it relatively well.

My minor concern covers both this novel and it's predecessor - our intrepid team of death defying adventurers survive all odds to final find the treasure and end up walking away with nothing, nadda, nil. Why can't they actually find something without having to destroy it in the process. Mr Wood is not alone in this, it seems to be a standard plot ploy by the majority of authors of this genre: search for treasure, find treasure, location where treasure is get destroyed, heroes survive but have nothing to prove what they found. It is so irritating (grumble grumble).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love the adventures and fast pace 21 January 2017
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I'm hooked on the Dane Maddock series. Love the adventures and fast pace. Read them all, only disappointed in AZATLAN because I did't read the review that told you about being at the end of another book... oh well. Have them all and have expanded to the other character's books.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Reminds me of Indiana Jones 26 November 2016
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Fun, quick adventure with nice "surprise" at the end. I really enjoy stories that twist together history, legend, myth, etc. If you like Dan Brown, Preston & Child, Clive Cussler, and the like, you will enjoy any Dane Maddock Adventure by David Wood.