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  1. says:

    When I picked up this novel I failed to pick up on the fact it was an author branded work I had heard of Clive Cussler His background and involvement with sunken ships and general marine archaeology is intriguing That and being a successful author were enough to lure me in I'd hoped to learn something as well as be thrilled with the adventure Only after a feeling of disappointment and depression set in did I l

  2. says:

    The Ronish family had owned Pine Island part of Washington State for generations The mystery of the deep pit on the island had been investigated by many but disaster struck each time In December of 1941 it was the turn of the five Ronish brothe

  3. says:

    I tried to get into this one but it had a very slow start and I gave up after a time Perhaps I will give Cussler another audio CD or book try but for now it's on to other readinglistening projects OVERALL GRADE D plus to C minus

  4. says:

    This is one of my faves of the series so far This one was story than characters but that is okay Neat ending

  5. says:

    35 stars Fun Oregon Files adventure set mainly in South America and the Antarctic As always lots of action

  6. says:

    The Silent Sea is the 7th book in The Oregon Files series by Clive Cussler This is the 5th book in which the co author is Jack Du BrulJuan Cabrillo and his crew are asked by the CIA to retrieve a piece of NASA technology that has been lost over Argentina While searching for the crashed satellite the crew makes an astonishing discovery that leads back to a small island in the US and a long ago Chinese expediti

  7. says:

    I'm not a huge fan of Clive Cussler's Dirk Pitt novels They're fine but I just never connectedHowever I have enjoyed both of his Spy series novels The Silent Sea is the first I've read from the Oregon Files and I really enjoyed itThe Oregon is a super high tech ship disguised as a decrepit junk heap It has its own helicopter torpedos minisubs

  8. says:

    The story seemed a little too fantastic and unreal but exciting

  9. says:

    So I decided to take a break from vampires and werewolves and all things paranormal I picked up The Silent Sea bec

  10. says:

    What spoilt this book for me was the sloppy editing If you’re buying a self published book for 99p off Kindle you might expect a few typos – but if you’re paying rrp £1899 for a first edition hardback you expect uality and p

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REVIEW ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ï Clive Cussler

Rothers exploring a shaft on a small island off the coast of Washington State make an extraordinary discovery only to be interrupted by news of Pearl Harbor In the present Cabrillo chasing the remnants of a crashed satellite in the Argentine jungle stumbles upon a shocking revelation of his own His search to 35 stars Fun Oregon Files adventure set mainly in South America and the Antarctic As always lots of action The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family present Cabrillo chasing the remnants of a crashed satellite in the Argentine jungle stumbles upon a shocking revelation of his own His search to 35 stars Fun Oregon Files adventure set mainly in South America and the Antarctic As always lots of action

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Untangle the mystery leads him first to that small island and its secret and then much farther back to an ancient Chinese expedition and a curse that seems to have survived for than five hundred years If Cabrillo's team is successful in its uest the reward could be incalculable If not the only reward is death So I decided to take a break from vampires and werewolves and all things paranormal I picked up The Silent Sea because I have enjoyed all of Clive Cussler s books I was not disappointed Clive Cussler has a way of creating great action stories full of suspense and lots of firepower and explosions This story starts on an island off Washington State moves to Argentina Texas and Antarctica And just when I thought I would read a book that was vampire free there was a reference to the Twilight books as the action moved to the town of Forks WashingtonIt doesn t really matter what the story is about It s about all the gadgets and machinery that the Corporation uses It s a fun read and that s all Icebergs paranormal I The Line picked up The Silent Sea because I have enjoyed all of Clive Cussler s books I was not disappointed Clive Cussler has a way of creating great action stories full of suspense and lots of firepower and explosions This story starts on an island off Washington State moves to Argentina Texas and Antarctica And just when I thought I would read a book that was vampire free there was a reference to the Twilight books as the action moved to the town of Forks WashingtonIt doesn t really matter what the story is about It s about all the gadgets and machinery that the Corporation uses It s a fun read and that s all

REVIEW ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ï Clive Cussler

Clive Cussler's tales of the Oregon and its crew the clever indefatigable Juan Cabrillo and his merry band of tough tech savvy fighting men and women Publishers Weekly have made fans of hundreds of thousands of readers But the Oregon's sixth adventure is its most remark­able one yet On December 7 1941 five b When I picked up this novel I failed to pick up on the fact it was an author branded work I had heard of Clive Cussler His background and involvement with sunken ships and general marine archaeology is intriguing That and being a successful author were enough to lure me in I d hoped to learn something as well as be thrilled with the adventure Only after a feeling of disappointment and depression set in did I look closely at the cover and realize Clive Cussler is used as a brand name While brands are suppose to be a guarantee of a certain uality or that a story will meet a beloved formula to me they are sterile and predictable Characters move as the plot dictates Wry lines are thrown in for candy toppings Sunken ships are involved but again the urgency the fascination is missing In sum I am not a fan of branded novels If I were to read Mr Cussler again I d pick up one of his first works when he was hungry and dug deep into his personal resources for inspiration