An Empty Coast

An Empty Coast Sonja Kurtz former soldier supposedly retired mercenary is in Vietnam carrying out a personal revenge mission when her daughter sends a call for help Emma is on a dig at the edge of Namibia s Etosha

  • Title: An Empty Coast
  • Author: Tony Park
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 244
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  • Sonja Kurtz former soldier, supposedly retired mercenary is in Vietnam carrying out a personal revenge mission when her daughter sends a call for help.Emma is on a dig at the edge of Namibia s Etosha National Park studying archaeology and she s discovered a body that dates back to the country s liberation war of the 1980s.The remains, identified as Hudson Brand, are aSonja Kurtz former soldier, supposedly retired mercenary is in Vietnam carrying out a personal revenge mission when her daughter sends a call for help.Emma is on a dig at the edge of Namibia s Etosha National Park studying archaeology and she s discovered a body that dates back to the country s liberation war of the 1980s.The remains, identified as Hudson Brand, are a key piece of a puzzle that will reveal the location of a modern day buried treasure A find people will kill for.Sonja returns to the country of her birth to find Emma, but she s missing.Former CIA agent Hudson Brand is very much alive and is also drawn back to Namibia to finally solve a decades old mystery whose clues are entombed in an empty corner of the desert.

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    • Helen says:

      Tony Park's novels are always page turners, set against an inspiring African backdrop. This one is no different. He uses his tried and true formula found in his novels - a fast moving thriller with deadly outcomes in exotic, yet often, dangerous African locations. This can be read as a standalone, however a couple of characters reappear after roles in previous books. 'An Empty Coast' is set in Namibia and focusses on poaching and illegal international trade in rhino horn. I have read previous Pa [...]

    • Aiden Bailey says:

      BOOK REVIEW: THE EMPTY COAST by TONY PARKI’d read a previous Tony Park novel a long time ago, and while I remember enjoying it, I was not spurred on to read more. I regret that now, because read The Empty Coast on a long flight for an overseas trip I took recent. I quickly found the book engaging and vividly African, and a vast improvement on the earlier works of this prolific Australian author.The Empty Coast is set in Vietnam, South Africa and Botswana but mostly it focuses on the desert reg [...]

    • marlin1 says:

      I've read a few of Tony Park's previous novels many years ago and have enjoyed them but I didn't realise that 'The Empty Coast' features Sonja Kurtz who was also in 'The Delta', which coincidently was the last one I read.Sonja has retired from being a mercenary but she can't help herself avenging the death of her lover Sam Chapman, a wildlife movie maker. After carrying out this assassination in Vietnam she has arranged to visit her daughter in Africa. Emma is an archaeology student, who is help [...]

    • Margaret says:

      Quite an exciting story with mercenaries battling each other to find a fabulously rich lost treasure in the African desert. Great descriptions of National Parks through the country. A bit of love interest and death and destruction galore.

    • Colette Hinton says:

      This is the first Tony Park novel I have read. I struggled to get into the story in the beginning, but as I persevered I became hooked. I would categorise this story as an adventure novel. The novel is not a classic and I would not keep it in order to re-read it, but it had plenty of adventure in it, the characters were fleshed out enough to be believable and the setting of Namibia was fascinating. All in all I ended up thoroughly enjoying it.

    • Rakhi Jayashankar says:

      It's always refreshing to have a pump of adrenaline while watching action packed movies. To deliver same efficacy in words is not everyone's cup of tea. Tony Park is one writer who is blessed with the capability. The empty coast is an action packed thriller edge-of-the-seat thriller.The plot takes off when Sonja Kurtz, a former soldier, sets out on a vindictive mission to avenge the murder of her boy friend. The inception of the book is marked with action providing the readers with a supposition [...]

    • MarciaB - Book Muster Down Under says:

      Greed, corruption and illicit trafficking combine to give you a read that is full of action, terror and the wild beauty of the African wilderness, in this case, the dry and isolated plains of Namibia and its Skeleton Coast.Born in South-West Africa (now Namibia), Sonja Kurtz, a former soldier and now supposedly retired mercenary, finds herself having to make the uncomfortable decision of returning to her homeland after she receives a cryptic message from her daughter Emma who is currently there [...]

    • Michelle says:

      I have to say that I thoroughly loved this book. The story is set in South Africa and beautiful Namibia largely and brings up it's murky past- South West Africa's war for independence coupled with the fighting in Angola involving the Russians and Cubans. Rhino poaching is a hot topic with rhino numbers being pushed aggressively towards extinction and this too is sewn into the story amidst the historical conflict that they reflect on.I admired the main character Sonja Kurtz, she is really kick-as [...]

    • Sharon Jarvis says:

      So when’s the movie coming out? Lara Croft meets Indiana Jones in Mission Impossible!! Filled with fast moving action and dramatic explosive events I can just see it on the big screen.The setting is obviously magnificent - South Africa and Namibia areas - locations with great and contrasting scenery and wild life are brought to live as you read. There is also the conflict between Safaris, of seeing wild life in their natural habitat and preventing the extinction of the wild life with poaching [...]

    • Monique Snyman says:

      An Empty Coast by Tony Park is my first taste of the author's work, and I admit that I didn't know what to expect when I started reading it. Was it something along the lines of a Wilbur Smith novel? Maybe some Clive Cussler influence? I honestly had no idea what waited. It's probably also a good thing that I didn't read any reviews beforehand, because it would have spoiled the fun, but I wanted to go into this one blind. I mean, it's the type of book I sometimes crave, you know? Once I started r [...]

    • IanLindgren says:

      Great to see Sonja Kurtz' character back in Tony Park's latest novel. I enjoyed the way the story developed as it moved from Asia to Southern Africa and I felt it was a sound strategy to mix in conservation, specifically rhino poaching, but specially extending to the endangered animals of Namibia. It's hard to believe how endangered some are until you read the facts.This is a very readable book; it's action packed and it holds your attention from page 1 to the final page and clearly reinforces t [...]

    • Sarah says:

      Another page tuner by Mister Park!! I received this as a Christmas gift I read it all in one day - lying in the sun while camping!An Empty Coast is set in the beautiful Skeleton Coast - and while I myself have never actually been to Africa, I felt as if I was there! His writing is flawless and is the reason I now have a love affair with Africa! The characters are well thought out, I love how Parks often uses the same character from other novels - but this is not ALL the time either! So, even tho [...]

    • Nicola Sheridan says:

      Well another amazing tale from Tony Park, featuring one of my all time favourite characters, Sonja Kurtz. Yes, the gun toting, kick-ass, badass mercenary from Park's other novel "The Delta" is back, and she's carrying some heavy emotional baggage. Sonja Kurtz, mother, militant, assassin extraordinaire, comes steaming back to the front page in a blur of grief, blood and and righteous vengeance. and I couldn't love her more.*SPOILER*I was devastated by Sam's death, and Sonja's spiral into alcoholi [...]

    • Gerrie Engelbrecht says:

      An enjoyable action story.I enjoy this action-filled book. The storyline is full of twists but came beautiful together at the end. A book for someone who loves nature, action and a love story in one. I choose to give it a 5 star because the storyline grips me till the end of the book. Well written.

    • Jackie Kehl says:

      The story takes place in Namibia, which is why I read it. I enjoyed the descriptions of places I've been and those I know about and will visit. Otherwise, the story was a bit tedious as it's not very well written and didn't really engage me although I did plow through till the end. It would make a better movie than book.

    • Robert Borg says:

      What a great book an excellent read. The descriptive narrative of the locations, wild animals, the plight of the desert lions and illegal trade in rhino horn was astounding.When reading I was drawn into the story so much so that I felt I was actually there with Tony Park's characters.Highly recommendable.

    • Robyn Gibson says:

      Sonja Kurtz is indestructible. She's an ex soldier, mercenary and mother. She gets half a text message from her daughter so she's off to help. There's treasure in the harsh countryside of Namibia and everybody's heading there to find it. Should be made into a movie.

    • Jay Dwight says:

      This can be read as a standalone, however a couple of characters reappear after roles in earlier novels. Full of fast moving action, this is a real page turner. Another quality read from Tony Park with the beauty of Africa as the backdrop.

    • George says:

      RrVery good.Looking forward to more books from Tony Park to keep me on the edge of my seat again.

    • Denise says:

      2.5/5

    • Judy Horne says:

      Love his books

    • Radoslav Vician says:

      Well built up story but I do wonder why all the heroins in the books of these "liberal" authors have to be whores.

    • Ann Tonks says:

      This isn't my normal style of book - too much violence. But I liked the strong female characters and some of the strong but smart male characters. And the environmental theme was interesting as well.

    • Charles Moffatt says:

      SatisfiedTony Park's novels are always page turners. This is no different. Worth the read. Not his best but not his worst.

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