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The Amazon Code – Paperback

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Deep within the Amazon rainforest, a secret lurks. A secret that could change the world.

…A secret worth killing for.

The Amazon Code – Paperback

Deep within the Amazon rainforest, a secret lurks. A secret that could change the world.

…A secret worth killing for.

When her company discovers a remarkable hidden message in the dreaming brains of her subjects, Dr. Amanda Meron unknowingly invites disaster unto her company. The clues seem to be pointing her to one of the remote places on the planet:

The Amazon Rainforest.

When Harvey “Ben” Bennett gets a hint that the nefarious organization he's been searching for has turned up in Brazil, he and his new girlfriend Juliette Richardson race to the jungle to discover what they're after — and hopefully stop them.

From the myth of the lost city of El Dorado to emerging science technology, The Amazon Code has it all: action-packed adventure, an exotic setting, and characters you'll fall in love with.

451 reviews for The Amazon Code - Paperback

  1. Kindle Customer

    I saw one review here which said this was terrible — I just couldn’t disagree more. Sure, it’s a little unbelievable, but that’s one thing that makes adventure stories such fun. Remember Indiana Jones? This is just as readable, with suspense, action, fantastic situations, and even a bit of budding romance. Wish we didn’t have to wait for the next book to find out how the bad guys are vanquished, but that’s one of the draws. You’ll like it.

  2. Mary Griffis

    I just finished reading the Amazon Code by Nick Thacker. It was well written and full of historical and current details about the Amazon Jungle and El Dorado. It was a good fast-paced read without the vulgarities so many writers resort to these days. There is a good love story and realistic human relationships between the characters. I look forward to reading more by this author.

  3. The Engineer

    I gave it a 3 because I finished the book. It was a slog. Started our very good and the finish was okay. But there was way to much forced story situations and unbelievable plot twists.

  4. StPete

    I simply could not finish reading this book. The author loses the essence of his characters. Plot lines lose directions. Characters come out whining (reflecting) about past life experiences prior to making a decision for particular action, not wanting to go forward but ultimately knowing they must. And this is repeated over and over and over throughout the story. That sequence really gets old and causes the story to just die. New event? Uh oh, have to have another reflection time before moving forward.Characters aren’t true to their type. Two science researchers, a park ranger, an ex-army sniper all of whom fail simple deductive reasoning that any plain person would apply given the developing situation. These deficiencies create a negative feedback loop for the reader that just keeps intensifying as more is read. Too many skill gaps, too many reflections, too many contradictory words combine to bury this story. It should stay lost in the Amazon rainforest!

  5. William S. Lis

    I read a number of books by this author and I felt that this was not one of his better work. I felt it started very slowly and without anything to hook me. If I don’t get interested right from the beginning, it feels like I have to drag my way through.

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About Nick Thacker

About Nick Thacker

Nick Thacker is the USA Today Bestselling Author of action-adventure thrillers and mysteries, including the Harvey Bennett Thrillers series. Often mentioned as a cross between Clive Cussler and James Rollins, his stories are written in a fast-paced, punchy style.

He lives on a volcano in Hawaii with his wife, two kids, and two dogs.

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