The Hunters : The Hunters

  • by Chris Kuzneski
  • Narrated by Dudley Hinton
  • Series: The Hunters
  • 11 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The first in a brand-new series from the international best-seller Chris Kuzneski.
"If you seek, they will find...."
The Hunters: Financed by a billionaire philanthropist, this elite team - an ex-soldier, an historian, a computer whiz, a weapons expert, and a thief - is tasked with finding the world's most legendary treasures.
The mission: Fearing a German victory in WWI, the Romanian government signed a deal with Russia to guarantee the safety of the country's treasures.
In 1916, two trains full of gold and the most precious possessions of the Romanian state - paintings, jewellery, and ancient artefacts - were sent to the underground vaults of the Kremlin. But in the turmoil of war, the treasure was scattered - and lost. Almost a century later, the haul is valued at over 3.5 billion dollars. Despite hundreds of attempts to find it, its location has remained a mystery...until now. Can the Hunters find the treasure and succeed where all others have failed?

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

a gripping start to a new series

Where does The Hunters rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

this is possibly the best audiobook I have ever heard, and definitely the best Chris Kuzneski novel.


What did you like best about this story?

I loved the author's ability to shift the opinions of the listeners with regards to the characters again and again, without ever getting lost or confused. And the level of research which has clearly gone into the story.


Which scene did you most enjoy?

I love any scene in which the abilities of the main characters come together in beautiful harmony with spectacular results.


Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

The book will make you experience every emotion possible, as you are taken through comedy, betrayal, love and hate.


Any additional comments?

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a well researched gripping novel, that is also filled with comedy and black humour.

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- Rupert

Decent story, some odd pronunciation

Whilst this type of story is by no means original (think A-team for the 21st century), the author provides a story which is detailed enough to satisfy, while containing enough action to keep the plot moving along. Clearly the author has done a lot of research in preparing this book, and the cross-generational linkages provide a continuity seldom found in this type of book.

The characters are quite well developed - although only limited back-story is provided, and then mostly through the device of round-table introductions when the team get together. There are also a couple of errors/loose ends which were a little annoying, but mainly in the initial phase of the book so they were not essential to the overall plot.

The one downside is some rather eccentric pronunciation from the reader. Overall he does a good job, even with the different accents and voices, but there are a number of instances of unusual pronunciation and blatant errors - a railway is described at one point as narrow gouge rather than gauge. As something of a pedant when it comes to grammar and pronunciation, I found this somewhat off-putting and it did spoil my enjoyment of the book a little.

If you like Tom Clancy and Frederick Forsyth but prefer a little less technical detail, or were a fan of the A-team but prefer a little more technical detail, chances are you will enjoy this.
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- Suffolk Nobody

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-02-2013
  • Publisher: Headline Digital