another tall tale by cussler w/polar shifts, wooly mammoths and the end of the world. Fast read, but you better leave your brain at the door. good for its genre.
Another in the Cussler Kurt Austin series, this is another good read. True to form Cussler offers adventure, intrigue, cunning, a slight flirtation, and a prologue that grabs interest from page 1 because it is the basis for the story that follows. And there is the usual bit of fantasy that offers a fun let down from the suspense. Anyone who reads Clive Cussler will want to read this one.
Very good book. I love Clive's mix of actual scientific facts and mind gripping action! This is a welcome addition to the NUMA series!
THE USUAL CUSSLER BUT A FUN ADVENTURE
Typical of Cussler, full of information, outrageous characters and plot and a great read.
This book raises a good question. What would happen if the earth's magnetic poles shifted? Would we still have the same environment we do now? And who or what could do such a thing? This is a Kurt Austin adventure but a very good read.
This was a very good book. I couldn't put it down.
As usual, clive cussler creates another masterpiece. This book has everything....mystery, suspense, history, and passion. If you are looking for a nice easy and boring book-------this is not the one for you.
Cussler and Kemprecos ride again! This story is another romp across the globe chasing down another evil megalomaniac and discovering what the idiot is up to. The cataclysmic premise this time is one that involves changing the polarity of the Earth to catastrophic results. The technique was discovered by an eccentric Hungarian genius in the murky days at the end of World War II.(of course, what else?) Then the body of work done by the Hungarian disappears only to be rediscovered sixty years later by the aforementioned megalomaniac (idiot) and he attempts to put it to evil use. All in all a good, fast paced, entertaining yarn!
I thought the story was way to technical.Not enough action &suspense