➿ Mirage (The Oregon Files, #9) Author Clive Cussler – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Mirage (The Oregon Files, #9) The Extraordinary New Novel In The 1 New York Times Bestselling 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 At Stake Than He Could Have Imagined But By The Time He Realizes It, He May Already Be Too Late.


10 thoughts on “Mirage (The Oregon Files, #9)

  1. says:

    Clive Cussler, author of the bestselling National Underwater and Marine Agency and Dirk Pitt series, created his most intriguing high seas action hero the enigmatic captain of the Oregon, Juan Cabrillo who was introduced with the first Oregon Files series Golden Buddha in 2003.Juan Cabrillo is Chairman of the Corporation , a special US Government sponsored group that operates out of a ship called the Oregon a marvel of scientific research equipment bristling with state of the art weaponry b Clive Cussler, author of the bestselling National Underwater and Marine Agency and Dirk Pitt series, created his most intriguing high seas action hero the enigmatic captain of the Oregon, Juan Cabrillo who was ...


  2. says:

    Although I ve always been a huge Dirk Pitt fan Raise the Titanic was one of the first adult novels I ever read I ve hesitated to check out any of Clive Cussler s other series Last year I finally got around to checking out the Fargo Adventures, with The Tombs catching my eye with its promise of archaeologists, secret historical sites, and hidden tombs and I thoroughly enjoyed it This year it s The Oregon Files wooing me deeper into Cussler s shared universe, with Nikola Tesla and the Ph Although I ve always been a huge Dirk Pitt fan Raise the Titanic was one of the first adult novels I ever read I ve hesitated to check...


  3. says:

    Love these books Always a lot of action The guys and gals of the corporation are fun Never a dull moment and they always save themselves and many others.


  4. says:

    Mirage is the latest instalment in The Oregon Files by Clive Cussler and Jack Du Brul Juan Cabrillo and his distinguished crew are back yet again for another death defying adventure on the high seas There are explosions, narrow escapes and a mystifying new weapon, however this action packed story was not as satisfying as previous Oregon adventures Though it doesn t live up to its predecessors, Mirage is still good read for adventure fans The appeal of this story lies in its extraordinary pre Mirage is the latest instalment in The Oregon Files by Clive Cussler and Jack Du Brul Juan Cabrillo and his distinguished crew are back yet again for another death defying adventure on the high seas There are explosions, narrow escapes and a mystifying new weapon, however this action packed story was not as satisfying as previous Oregon adventures Though it doesn t live up to its predecessors, Mirage is still good read for adventure fans The appeal of this story lies in its extraordinary premise A secret ship that appears to be a dilapidated but is instead a high tech, powerfully armed weapon whose mission it is to save the world on numerous occasions The crew are up to any challenge, whether it be acting as bodyguards or recovering weapons from enemy forces For me personally I love reading about the clandestine affairs of the Corporation They are the heroes of the story and...


  5. says:

    The Oregon Files is an extraordinary series that will appeal to fans of adventure, intrigue, mystery, with a dash of the scientific and a good dose of history Anyone that has read about any of Tesla s experimenter will soon be caught up in the mystery of how a 1940 s ship e...


  6. says:

    Juan Cabrillo is the leader of the mysterious Corporation, a highly skilled group of people who can be hired to find out information, track someone down, pick up or deliver some goods basically anything at a price Cabrillo works out of the Oregon a sea going vessel deliberately dumbed down to look much slower and older than she really is Her slightly battered facade hides a highly efficient motor, a shedload of sophisticated and deadly weaponry and an evenhighly efficient state of the ar Juan Cabrillo is the leader of the mysterious Corporation, a highly skilled group of people who can be hired to find out information, track someone down, pick up or deliver some goods basically anything at a price Cabrillo works out of the Oregon a sea going vessel deliberately dumbed down to look much slower and older than she really is Her slightly battered facade hides a highly efficient motor, a shedload of sophisticated and deadly weaponry and an evenhighly efficient state of the art technical hub and quarters for its crew, the employees of the Corporation There s nothing they can t find out and their exclusive contracts take them all over the world, flying the Oregon s different colours to throwpeople off the scent of what she really is and is doing.When Cabrillo goes undercover at a notorious Siberian prison, it is to break out an acquaintance, Yuri Borodin although things go awry in thei...


  7. says:

    Well, this book was typical Cussler Fast paced, unreal characters with access to money and toys, and of course the ever present bad guy It wasn t his best, but was an easy read I appreciate the books about the Oregon as there are multiple characters all with different quirks I could have done without the strange little aside in the middle of the book where they rescued a billion dollars for the U.S government, it was a waste of space Also, seriously Cussler needs to work with the editors m Well, this book was typical Cussler Fast pace...


  8. says:

    As always, Clive Cussler and Jack Du Brul deliver nonstop, full on action with core characters I care about The crew of the Oregon is family as stated at the end and while they are mercenaries, they are honorable men and women who choose jobs with a conscience I never want to give away a book s plot or twists because those are the parts I like the best I will say that if you like history, science and intrigue woven through your thriller adventure, this is right series Cussler and Du Brul c As always, Clive Cussler and Jack Du Brul deliver nonstop, full on action with core characters I care about The crew of the Oregon is family as stated at the end and while they are mercenaries, they are honorable men and women who choose jobs with a conscie...


  9. says:

    I ve probably read dozens of Clive Cussler books After a while, each of his various series becomes repetitive same stuff, different location I have stopped reading Dirk Pitt and Isaac Bell novels However, I look forward to Cussler s Oregon files books and enjoy the work of his coauthor, Jack Du Brul Du Brul also writes with Tom Clancy The Corporation and Captain Juan Cabrillo are back The plot doesn t matter I enjoy the characters a bunch of SEAL type mercenaries with a conscien I ve probably read dozens of Clive Cussler books Afte...


  10. says:

    Of the many series that Clive Cussler writes the Oregon Series staring Chairman Juan Cabrillo of the super spy ship the Oregon are by far my favorite I have read all nine in the series The non stop action, suspense,and daring escapes that I have come to expect are found in abundance in this latest effort Cussler combines actual history with science fiction to provide the canvas for these action packed adventures Let s face it we alwa...


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