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I enjoyed this Book by Cussler as I have enjoyed the previous novels read.
What seemed to be an attempt to keep me entertained just left me confused and to think the author was to lazy to develop any plot and deep character backgrounds.
Most of his books I want to finish because I want to know what happens but on the other hand I hate to finish them because they are such good reading.
I'm a huge Cussler fan, having read about 25 of his books so far. This one is a stand-out. Very cinematic. I'll never understand why these are not routinely made into films.Published 21 days ago by Mistervic
Been reading Clive's books since 1978. He is simply the best at what he does. These books are fantasy books. Folks they are not real. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ricky Neross
One of the weaker Dirk Pitt adventures, focusing on illegal Chinese immigrants initially, with the part about a Peking Man feeling somewhat tacked on.Published 2 months ago by J. Gallen
As others have said, this is my favorite Dirk Pitt novel. It starts great, and while I agree you can start here and read this novel as a "starter novel" for Dirk Pitt... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Brittany Swedelius
This is only the second Cussler novel I’ve read, following the excellent Sahara which I sought out after I saw the film. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jamil Bhatti
Great book series! Highly recommended!if you like other Clive Cussler books, chances are you will like this too! Great read!Published 8 months ago by Mary A. Arkin
Suspenseful action from start to finish.
How does Clive keep churning out such great novels again and again? Read more