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Fifteen years ago, 8-year-old Ethan Jones watched a stranger bury something in the mining ruins of the Rhyolite Desert, Nevada. Even at his young age, he knew what he’d just seen was important. In present day, a US Navy SEAL takes refuge in a secret chamber beneath the ancient streets of Syria and discovers an unusual stone artifact, like nothing he’d ever seen before. Fifteen years ago, 8-year-old Ethan Jones watched a stranger bury something in the mining ruins of the Rhyolite Desert, Nevada. Even at his young age, he knew what he’d just seen was important. In present day, a US Navy SEAL takes refuge in a secret chamber beneath the ancient streets of Syria and discovers an unusual stone artifact, like nothing he’d ever seen before. When news of the discovery reaches Sam Reilly, he is forced to return to his past, where his search for the Master Builders originated – and complete a mission he’d hoped could have stayed unfinished forever.


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Fifteen years ago, 8-year-old Ethan Jones watched a stranger bury something in the mining ruins of the Rhyolite Desert, Nevada. Even at his young age, he knew what he’d just seen was important. In present day, a US Navy SEAL takes refuge in a secret chamber beneath the ancient streets of Syria and discovers an unusual stone artifact, like nothing he’d ever seen before. Fifteen years ago, 8-year-old Ethan Jones watched a stranger bury something in the mining ruins of the Rhyolite Desert, Nevada. Even at his young age, he knew what he’d just seen was important. In present day, a US Navy SEAL takes refuge in a secret chamber beneath the ancient streets of Syria and discovers an unusual stone artifact, like nothing he’d ever seen before. When news of the discovery reaches Sam Reilly, he is forced to return to his past, where his search for the Master Builders originated – and complete a mission he’d hoped could have stayed unfinished forever.

30 review for The Labyrinth Key

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dchamp

    Ok, the first third of this book sucked, plain and simple. Way too many questions about why they were even doing what they were doing. No backstory at all. It got better as it went, but I'm getting tired of stringing out the same thing over multiple books. Good read... not great sad to say. Ok, the first third of this book sucked, plain and simple. Way too many questions about why they were even doing what they were doing. No backstory at all. It got better as it went, but I'm getting tired of stringing out the same thing over multiple books. Good read... not great sad to say.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I really hate to write bad reviews, but I feel compelled to do so here as I found myself becoming increasingly annoyed as the book progressed. I had to force myself to finish this novel to see if it ended better than it read throughout. Sadly, it did not. I find it difficult to believe the same author who began the Sam Reilly series wrote this. The characters were caricatures of their earlier selves. The dialog was stilted and unbelievable, Sam and Tom were portrayed as novice simpletons, and th I really hate to write bad reviews, but I feel compelled to do so here as I found myself becoming increasingly annoyed as the book progressed. I had to force myself to finish this novel to see if it ended better than it read throughout. Sadly, it did not. I find it difficult to believe the same author who began the Sam Reilly series wrote this. The characters were caricatures of their earlier selves. The dialog was stilted and unbelievable, Sam and Tom were portrayed as novice simpletons, and the action...well it was almost non existent. I don’t think I will be reading anything further in this series.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tracey Brown

    I was puzzled with how different Sam and Tom were in this book. Where did the confident, brave heroes go? It felt as if someone had taken over writing. I finished the book as I felt I needed to follow the bigger story. Here’s hoping the next book in the series gets back to the characters I have enjoyed.

  4. 5 out of 5

    willysnutlive.com

    Didn't like what was done with the main characters. Didn't like what was done with the main characters.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Savsandy

    DNF - I'm putting "The Labyrinth Key" on the Did Not Finish shelf. Hate to but...... I really dislike having to DNF a book but "The Labyrinth Key" by Christopher Cartwright simply didn't do it for me. After frequently dozing off through the first 27 chapters I realized I didn't care what happened in the next chapter, let alone the forty-something remaining chapters I'd have to slog through to finish this book. I couldn't get invested in any of the characters. They're like cardboard cutouts but it DNF - I'm putting "The Labyrinth Key" on the Did Not Finish shelf. Hate to but...... I really dislike having to DNF a book but "The Labyrinth Key" by Christopher Cartwright simply didn't do it for me. After frequently dozing off through the first 27 chapters I realized I didn't care what happened in the next chapter, let alone the forty-something remaining chapters I'd have to slog through to finish this book. I couldn't get invested in any of the characters. They're like cardboard cutouts but it wasn't that I disliked either Sam or Tom, I just didn't care what happened to them. So I skipped all the way to the last two chapters and the Epilogue to find out if I would regret my actions. Nope! Thus my DNF on this pne. I wish Goodreads would add a DNF category so readers wouldn't be required to award unearned stars. In this case, I felt the writing itself, from a purely grammatical standpoint, deserved three stars. That's the best I can muster for this snoozer. #TheLabyrinthKey #ChristopherCartwright #SamReillySeries#19 #ReadMyLips.home.blog #Goodreads.SavSandy #Twitter.savsandy #Instagram.sandragarlandhardy #Facebook.SandraGarlandHardy Amazon.KindleUnlimited

  6. 5 out of 5

    Patricia A Spring

    Adventure and action So disappointed, the characters Tom and Sam have gone from caring, intelligent, interesting characters to whiny brats, throwing tantrums, being confused, mad, forgetful. Unpleasant and stupid, not using the team or their resources. Are the last few books being written by someone else? Has the author gotten bored with the series. Things not tied together well anymore. Who believes a tourist can walk around the pyramids by themselves, no guards, no guide? Who believes that alth Adventure and action So disappointed, the characters Tom and Sam have gone from caring, intelligent, interesting characters to whiny brats, throwing tantrums, being confused, mad, forgetful. Unpleasant and stupid, not using the team or their resources. Are the last few books being written by someone else? Has the author gotten bored with the series. Things not tied together well anymore. Who believes a tourist can walk around the pyramids by themselves, no guards, no guide? Who believes that although they've been followed and shot at, with everyone and his brother looking for them, the keys, and the library that all of a sudden three guys can find this all important place by themselves and get others there to view what everyone has searched centuries for while they go looking for something else. Don't know if the characters can be worth following any further. Loved the first stories, lost interest in these last few

  7. 5 out of 5

    Roger

    The Labyrinth Key (Sam Reilly #19), my nineteenth read from author Christopher Cartwright & the nineteenth book in the highly entertaining Sam Reilly series. A well-written rollicking thriller with captivating & well-developed main characters. Reminds me of the writings of Steve Berry, Dan Brown & James Rollins. Next up is The Obsidian Chamber (Sam Reilly #20). (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).

  8. 4 out of 5

    Debra H. Wruble

    Intense Well written story about a team looking for something built by the Master Builders that sends them on a quest through multiple countries and many interesting locations. Great read

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Good Thriller Another excellent Sam Reilly story continuing the search for information based upon the Master Builders. There were several twists and turns with a surprising ending...leading to the next adventure.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Sparks

    Always a great read... I enjoyed this book and will continue to the next book in this series! I get so caught up in the story and the characters. All of these books are great reading! Start from the first book and you will too!!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    Still binging these fast and furious novels

  12. 5 out of 5

    Geraldine R. Gaugler

    Interesting I enjoyed this book much more than the Tomb of Eldorado. The story seemed to flow along better for me. I still get bogged down in all the technical jargon.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Matt Kelland

    Way too many improbable coincidences in this one. And too many direct copy & pastes from Wikipedia.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mike Ibbotson

    Quite an involved story but very readable.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Another great adventure Another great adventure tale, with plenty of intrigue and action. The series would make good movie material. Look forward to the next book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Justin Redman

    Sam Reilly is always a pleasure This series is well worth reading. It's great with action that keeps you turning the pages Even though you know by now Sam comes out on top no matter what as he should as the hero. Only gripe I have is waiting for the next book. Thanks for the great imagination Sam Reilly is always a pleasure This series is well worth reading. It's great with action that keeps you turning the pages Even though you know by now Sam comes out on top no matter what as he should as the hero. Only gripe I have is waiting for the next book. Thanks for the great imagination

  17. 4 out of 5

    Diane Shonitsky

    Labyrinth key I have read every book and I love sam Reilly and his group of colleagues hope eathan joins them every book is better than the previous one. Sounds like the saga of the master builders is close to being solved if so I hope sam and crew have new adventures. Can't wait for obsidian chamber. L Labyrinth key I have read every book and I love sam Reilly and his group of colleagues hope eathan joins them every book is better than the previous one. Sounds like the saga of the master builders is close to being solved if so I hope sam and crew have new adventures. Can't wait for obsidian chamber. L

  18. 4 out of 5

    pauline faller

    Another good read Really enjoyed this book, once I start to read your books Chris, I can't put them down. I have to finish them. Was glad to see that Sam and Tom had someone else on their side, Ethan would make a great crew member, and he thinks a lot like Sam so they make a great team. Can't wait for the next book. Another good read Really enjoyed this book, once I start to read your books Chris, I can't put them down. I have to finish them. Was glad to see that Sam and Tom had someone else on their side, Ethan would make a great crew member, and he thinks a lot like Sam so they make a great team. Can't wait for the next book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Karen Kepner

    The Labyrinth Key Sam Reilly’s life goes back 15 years to start this story and time winds thru to present day. There is danger, intrigue, false friends and enemies alike making this another entertaining adventure. I am looking forward to the next one already!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Julian Hamilton

    The labyrinth Once again I’m left confused how did they get out of the labyrinth if the entrance was closed behind them after they entered is my download missing a chapter ? Anticlimactic finish to the discovery

  21. 5 out of 5

    Paul Thompson

    Interesting This was both a fun and interesting read that took place mostly above the water level. Some questions were answered but of course new ones were uncovered. The quest for the Master Builders continues

  22. 4 out of 5

    Delo

    Tooo drawn out Toooo drawn out just one problem after another really, not solving any of them. Just ended?.. What happened to Tom & Ethen?

  23. 5 out of 5

    Fred De Vera

    A bit disjointed....and the end didn't get me too excited either..!! A bit disjointed....and the end didn't get me too excited either..!!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Casile

    Every story I read is unbelievable. It's amazing how this author just keeps you so enthralled in his books. God bless Sam and Tom they keep searching for the truth. Every story I read is unbelievable. It's amazing how this author just keeps you so enthralled in his books. God bless Sam and Tom they keep searching for the truth.

  25. 4 out of 5

    DEBRA H. GRIFFIN

    Rally great series I just love Sam, Tom and the crew. Each book is full of excitement. As usually, can’t wait for the next

  26. 4 out of 5

    Juanita

  27. 4 out of 5

    thomas rutherford

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alfred Antonelli

  29. 4 out of 5

    Arlis Perry

  30. 5 out of 5

    allen pilnick

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