December 20, 2016

The Librarians and the Lost Lamp (The Librarians #1) by Greg Cox #BookReview

 
The story toggles between the past, as Flynn Carsen tries to find Aladdin’s Lamp before an ancient criminal organization known as the Forty Seals gets hold of it, and the future, when Eve Baird and a new group of Librarians — protectors of ancient artifacts like King Arthur’s sword Excalibur — stumble on a mystery in Las Vegas that seems to relate to the Lamp and the powerful djinn it can summon.




GREG COX is the New York Times Bestselling author of numerous books and short stories. He has written the official movie novelizations of such films as GodzillaMan of Steel, The Dark Knight RisesDaredevilGhost Rider, and the first three Underworld movies. He has also written tie-in novels based on such popular TV series as AliasCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationThe 4400LeverageRoswellStar Trek, and Warehouse 13.
He has received three Scribe Awards from the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers. His official website is: www.gregcox-author.com.
He lives in Oxford, Pennsylvania.

In this book we are on a journey that is that the Librarians are tasked with safeguarding mystical and magical books and relic. The particular relic in this book is Aladdin's lamp. The Librarians and the Forty Thieves of legend are competing in the quest to find the powerful relic. I thought that the plot was okay and very typical of a YA fantasy fiction, and has plenty of action to keep you on the edge of your seat. Overall I think that this book was a great read. 

P.S. This book is based on the TNT TV show, The Librarians. 








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