Review: Stairway of the Gods by Vic Warren

In this tense situations, both adventure and fascination meet. Warren provides a great adventure with treasure, a past, action, and some romance all wrapped into one. With interesting and great visuals, Warren shows that he knows his locations very well. The story follows Joan Webster when she discovers buried artifacts The characterization and the dialogue flow with one another drawing you deeper into the mystery. He has you sympathize with the characters as well. With  some great plot twists, lots of adventure and action, readers will enjoy the turns that they take on the journey with the characters. Gripping fiction at it’s best, those who love mystery, different locals, and a retelling of a buried treasure tale will love this story. Its great for those who love to travel because once you read this book, you will want to visit the locales that the author writes about. It’s very much like a Dan Brown novel. Do not miss on Stairway of the Gods, you will not be disappointed! Figure out the mystery!

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Stairway of the Gods

Vic Warren

Genre: Travel, Fiction, Suspense


Book Blurb:

Stairway of the Gods. After an earthquake in the Philippines nearly kills her husband, Joan Webster discovers WWII artifacts buried by the Japanese and must find a way to keep her discovery secret–or die. Vic Warren takes the legendary story of General Yamashita’s buried treasure and turns it into riveting fiction.

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