I own every Cussler book written until he started sharing the story-line with someone else. The book is Cussler-esque but not on par with Atlantis Found, Treasure, and others. It's OK fluff, some exciting and imaginative moments, elementary plot, and read well. If you like his newer books then you won't be disappointed. If you are an old fan (NUMA and Dirk Pitt era) you will be let down.
While it may be already too late, we need to look more and more at getting to sustainability and nutrition. It really explains a lot of our food history.
The premise and the place are great...but the story didn't grab me. I just had to quit listening to the book. Not a book for me, but friends rave about it so it must be a matter of taste.
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