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Juan Cabrillo and the crew of the Oregon sail into a perfect storm of danger to try to stop a new world war, in a thrilling suspense novel from the number one New York Times best-selling grand master of adventure.

Hired to search for a collection of paintings worth half a billion dollars, Juan Cabrillo and the crew of the Oregon soon find themselves in much deeper waters. Not only is the vicious leader of a Filipino insurgency using them to finance his attacks, but he has stumbled upon one of the most lethal secrets of World War II - a Japanese-developed drug, designed, but never used, to turn soldiers into superwarriors. To stop him, the Oregon must take on not only the rebel commander but a South African mercenary intent on getting his own hands on the drug, a massive swarm of torpedo drones targeting the US Navy, an approaching megastorm - and, just possibly, a war that could envelop the entire Asian continent.

©2017 Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison (P)2017 Penguin Audio

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Best one yet...Loved it!

Loved Boyd's Jeopardy Easter Egg. Like the new crew member...interesting. I was really sweating The Oregon would be gone...on the edge of my seat, my heart sank, and then...LOL you guys are. just going to have to read the book to see what happened. Each time I say how can the next one be better and then it is the best one yet. I had to remind myself to breathe from time to time.

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  • Jean
  • Santa Cruz, CA, United States
  • 11-27-17

A Rousing Tale

I have enjoyed the Oregon File Series by Cussler. This is book number twelve in the series. I noted Cussler has a different co-author, Boyd Morrison, for this book.

Project Typhoon was a military name given to the drug developed by the Moral Division in World War II. Cabrillo and the Oregon crew are assigned the mission of finding the alleged hidden cache of the drug. Cussler provides a strong women character in this story. Beth Anders and her female bodyguard, Raven, have infiltrated Udom and his group who are also after the drug. Anders is kidnapped. Cabrillo and crew to the rescue.

The book is well written and is jam-packed with action. As with all of Cussler’s stories, there is a historical perspective. Most of the story is set in Asia which adds more excitement to the story. The characters are well developed and the plot twists and turns. This is a good “get away from it all” book.

The book is just over twelve hours. Scott Brick does an excellent job narrating the story. Brick has narrated the entire series. Brick is as actor and a multi-award-winning audiobook narrator. He was a 2017 inductee to the Audible Narrator Hall of Fame.

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Not one of the best

I love the Oregon Files books, but this one not so much. I found the story boring and a little too far fetched. It almost felt like I was listening to a Marvel Comics book. Scott Brick is great, as usual, but the story wasn't very appealing to me. Maybe Clive Cussler is grasping at straws to come up with a new adventure?

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  • Paat S.
  • New Castle, De United States
  • 01-18-19

classic Cussler.

while I like all of the Cussler characters, the Oregon Files are my favorites. And this does not disappoint.

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I tried but couldn’t stick with it.

I love Scott Brick and Cussler but this one just seemed to drag on with lame characters and a slow moving plot. Sorry Clive. I’ve listened to all your books including the Fargo’s, the Pitts, the Oregon and my favorite Isaac Bell. This is the first one that I abandoned. Looking forward to your next offering. I hope it’s with Mr. Bell.

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Non stop action

This story is nonstop action. A little more that I would expect from Cussler. But it doesn't seem to detract too much from the overall tail.

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Horrible

This book could have been with in half of the length. Jumping all over the place and no real defined story. He should have two versions, one for new readers and one for those that already know half of what he's saying again and again and again and again. It drug out so long I didn't bother to finish the book

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  • Daniel
  • GALLATIN, TN
  • 11-10-18

Love it!!!

This is one of the best book series out there; highly recommend that you check them out.

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Great story, but repetitive

It was a great story with good action and drama. My only issue was this book created some very similar suspense points as the previous Oregon Files novel, and solved them in the exact same way. Brick did a fair job of creating a Filipino accent, but it detracted form the suspenseful feeling hearing his struggle with it.
Overall, a great book and any Oregon files fan will enjoy it.

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excellent audible

always enjoy the readings by Scott brick, and of course the story was a masterpiece