The Noah's Ark Quest, Paperback Book
3 out of 5 (2 ratings)


Do the remains of Noah's Ark really exist? Before he dies, the father of ambitious young architect Dilara Kenner leaves her tantalising clues about the location of the legendary historical artefact - Noah's Ark.The most fabled relic of all time, the search for Noah's Ark has obsessed many over the years. And when Dilara starts her quest - aided by former army engineer Tyler Locke - she rapidly becomes transfixed by the thought of discovering it.

But there are sinister forces gathering who have deadly reasons for wanting to be the first ones to get to the relic.From a helicopter crash in the Atlantic, to a sinister sect in Arizona's Mojave desert, to the remote slopes of Mount Ararat, this thrilling page-turner blends nonstop action with fascinating historical fact.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 576 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
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  • Category: Thriller / suspense
  • ISBN: 9780751544152

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A fairly routine adventure thriller based around a doom laden artefact hidden in the site of Noah's ark. In a Dirk Pitt (Clive Cussler) style adventure complete with a glamorous heroine, the hero does battle with the wealthy bad guy. Some of the story set ups are a bit predictable, but the book is sufficiently entertaining to pop in the suitcase if you are anticipating a long flight or a boring evening in a business hotel.

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A more generic thriller based on a historical/religious artifact cannot be found - young, pretty archaeologist meets ex-military, cynical man and they get shot at a lot.It's readable though, and I enjoyed it despite its predictability. That is the novel's only flaw really, aside from prose and dialogue that occasionally doesn't QUITE flow as it should.There are no twists, no turns, and I really can't emphasise the generic-ness enough. But hey, it's worth a read.

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