Another action-packed thriller from Cussler! I always enjoy Cussler's novels and this was no exception. I got drawn into the story from the beginning with the opening sequence of the downed Nazi reconnaissance plane and what appeared to be the discovery of Noah's Ark on a glacier in Norway. It took quite a while into the story for this to tie into the rest of the story but as usual Cussler tied all the loose threads together. The premise of the book was somewhat similar to the last James Rollins novel I read - The Judas Strain - with a deadly virus or plague as the backdrop of the novel. Some of the other details were quite fascinating including the Responsivist group and their plans to reduce global overpopulation, the Japanese Unit 731 which I found was a real biological warfare unit and worse than described in the novel, and the Stalin's Fist weapon. This is the second Oregon Files novel I have read (Skeleton Coast was the first) and I really enjoy the Juan Cabrillo character and his group - almost as much as Dirk Pitt.
one of the best of Clive Cussler I've read. Plenty of action. You always learn something new. I do like the way he researches his stories. This old lady like to get on his ship and escape to a wild adventure in other parts of the world.
This one the bad guy cult are trying to reduce the world population for their own benifit. The crew of the Oregon and Juan Carillo are fun to be with and are magnificent in their abilities. Wahoo ! A wild ride !!
Great book, as with all of Cussler's books. Only two more and I will complete the Oregn Files series.
Clive Cussler is back with another winning adventure - the Oregon crew is stretched thin by all the problems they face but as usual they pull through!