Yes, great story full of suspense.
I enjoy most of the main characters
Stop with them being captured all the time. Absurd situations that are filler rather than continue the story line. I think a third of the book could have been cut.
Scott is always excellent.
Ann was supposed to be a strong character but was actually very weak.
It starts off very good but rapidly declines as things don't make sense and the dialogue is very qeak
Love the continuing stories of Clive Cussler's characters. Have read many of his books, they always keep you wanting to read on.
Have listened to three of Mr. Cussler's books all read by Scott Brick. He reads like he is there.
Well worth the time.
A Lot of people talk about Clive Cussler but I love his works. This story falls right in line with the rest of the Pitt books. I enjoyed the story line as well as the narration. I will continue to purchase his books.
All the action but especially the interaction of the characters and the trust between him and his girlfriend
yes I will try another book.
This book started off VERY slow as far as the Dirk Pitt series is concerned. It seemed to get lost in telling an alternate story with auxillary characters and no MAIN characters. It was like another author was writing the first part of the book and did not have the concept of why Dirk and Al work so well together. In the second half of the book it got back on the winning formula and narrative. If you can pain through the first part you will be rewarded for your tenacity and end up with a good story.
Scott Brick IS THE PERSON TO READ THESE STORIES... his timing is perfect for the Dirk Pitt series.
It does not need a follow-up because I could not go through another lack luster beginning.
I can tell the difference in the writing styles of the authors, please do not attempt to put an alternate style of writing in these series... stick to what works...Make another series of books to do the alternate style of writing.
Yes because its classic Cussler at its best. Real characters and real situations!
Yes.Scott Brick is one of my favorite readers.
I have read almost all of Clive Cussler's books, and this is the only one I haven't really liked.
Cussler's characters are always very sharp and alert, or at least they have been until now. Most of the key figures in this book repeatedly walked stupidly into risks that they would never have in past books. It was as if they were all rank beginners at their jobs again. The parts of the story that were the most unbelievable were the ones that should have been easy to fix.
Not a good one.
I don't know what went wrong with this book. I have loved all the other books by Clive Cussler, and I will continue to read any new books he puts out, but I was very disappointed by this one.