The Lost Curse by T. Lynn Adams

July 11, 2012 | 2 Comments

Easing his pace, Jonathon advanced only inches at a time. Instinct heightened beneath unseen eyes, and he knew he moved in the presence of a creature that could kill him. As he progressed forward, his light caught a presence to his left…a human presence.

Jonathon has had more than enough adventure for one lifetime. That’s why he’s planning to spend this summer camping in quiet central Utah with his Peruvian friend, Severino. But when the two of them accidentally discover an ancient artifact, they wind up in more danger than ever!

Now Jonathon, Severino, and their new friend, Tallie, will have to choose between protecting a secret that’s been hidden for centuries and saving their own lives!

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Title: The Lost Curse (Tombs of Terror, #2)

Author: T. Lynn Adams

Publisher: Sweetwater/CFI

Release Date: July 10, 2012

ISBN: 978-1599559551

Size: 304 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: YA Mystery/Speculative

Jonathon Bradford Series: Tombs of Terror (book 1)

2 responses to “The Lost Curse by T. Lynn Adams

  1. Gayla

    I loved this book! I loved the first book also “Tombs of Terror”. This book hits very close to my heart. I grew up listening to all the legends of the lost Rhodes mines. I spent many hours with my Dad and family searching for many mines and artifacts left by the Spanish and Native Americans. My Dad is gone now and this book kept me so caught up in the finding and searching of the lost gold that I could imagine myself and my Dad finding all the markings they did. I loved the story progression and the way the lives were intertwined. I loved the conclusion of the book. It wrapped up the story very nicely. I loved the loyalty to the Indian heritage and the way they protected each other. I can not wait for another book from this author. She is a great writer and a wonderful story teller. Thank you for giving me a wonderful memory to hold on to.

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