The extraordinary new audiobook in the #1 New York Times - best-selling series from the grand master of adventure.
In October 1943, a U.S. destroyer sailed out of Philadelphia and supposedly vanished, the result of a Navy experiment with electromagnetic radiation. The story was considered a hoax - but now Juan Cabrillo and his Oregon colleagues aren't so sure. There is talk of a new weapon soon to be auctioned, something very dangerous to America's interests, and the rumors link it to the great inventor Nikola Tesla, who was working with the Navy when he died in 1943. Was he responsible for the experiment? Are his notes in the hands of enemies? As Cabrillo races to find the truth, he discovers there is even more at stake than he could have imagined - but by the time he realizes it, he may already be too late.
©2013 Clive Cussler (P)2013 Penguin Audio
A brief word to Mr Du Brul. Some of us are still waiting for you to keep your promise on returning to a certain Geologist AKA Phillip Mercer, it been 8 years........
Very good Oregon novel. Better than the last few I hate to say it but to me this was a bit better than the last Dirk Pitt book. Topical and timely in its fiction with the Far East as the area most involved in the story. I will very much recommend this book to any Cussler fan.
If you have read an "Oregon" book, you've read them all. Don't get me wrong, it's still enjoyable, the characters are the ones you know and like, but it's like watching any 1980-2010 James Bond movie. You can pretty much cut and paste plot/bad guy/love interest from one to the other and still have an enjoyable, if predictable, 007 experience. Which brings me back to Cussler's latest effort... Enjoyable, but very formulaic.
Good book, Clive brings a story, an idea together.
Always Juan, innovative and action-like
Scott did an excellent job, his voices made the story more interesting. the minor problems of mispronunciation of places didn't cause too much of a problem. Overall, great job as usual.
Looking forward to more Juan and the Oregon, maybe with Dirk
A fun listen!
Scott Brick did a tremendous job! Thank you!
Someone who enjoys gluing things to other things
the story was a glancing blow - be better.
He should study up on his craft - I compare all narrators to Jim Dale
It would have centered on the tech itself - that was the selling point of the tagline.
The story is a typical cussler story good suspens, good action and a good performance
This book compares to just about all other books in these cussler series, it is getting old perhaps if you are a newer Cussler reader this may not be the case. CLive time for some new twists for us old timers that have followed you. Throughout the years.
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