[Epub] ❧ Deep Six (Dirk Pitt, #7) ➛ Clive Cussler – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Deep Six (Dirk Pitt, #7) Another Impossible To Put Down Houston Chronicle Classic Dirk Pitt Adventure From The New York Times Bestselling Author Of The NUMA Files And The Sam And Remi Fargo Adventures.A Deadly Tide Of Poison Flows Into Ocean Waters A Ghost Ship Drifts Across The Empty Northern Pacific A Luxury Soviet Liner Blazes Into A Funeral Pyre The Presidential Yacht Cruises The Potomac Night And The President Disappears Without A Trace.Dirk Pitt Takes On A Sinister Asian Shipping Empire In An Intercontinental Duel Of Nerves In His Most Dangerous, Fast Paced Adventure, He Fights To Save The US Government And To Seize One Desperate Moment Of Revenge


10 thoughts on “Deep Six (Dirk Pitt, #7)

  1. says:

    One of two Cusslers I ve read this one is so over the top it feels that he s kind of the Ed Wood of thriller writing As such, it is quite enjoyable, but if you like your stories to be about things that can actually happen and heroes that could be real people, skip this one.


  2. says:

    After this chapter in the Dirk Pitt saga, its really time to call a halt Sensible, rational, self respecting readers should all retreat, beyond this point Its the last of the Pitt episodes which has any kind of credibility or plausibility whatsoever Clive Cussler the author unfortunately, does not know when to stop with this goofy series He is dazzled by his name on movie posters and on supermarket check out aisle paperback racks An author of grossly immodest self appraisal, overweening a After this chapter in the Dirk Pitt saga, its really time to call a halt Sensible, rational, self respecting readers should all re...


  3. says:

    It seems like each time I start reading a Clive Cussler book I finish the first chapter and say, Oh my god this guy can write This was no exception This story is quick, entertaining, and thoroughly enjoyable As I noted last time, it also has too many coincidences, takes on plot elements so big that they verge on ridiculous and diverges sharply from reality This doesn t bother me, although I admit that I think that Tom Clancy does a better job with realism On the other hand, I don t think It seems like each time I start reading a Clive Cussler book I finish the first chapter and say, Oh my god this guy can write This was no exception This story is quick, entertaining, and thoroughly enjoyable As I noted last time, it also has too many coincidences, takes on plot elements so big that they verge on ridiculous and diverges sharp...


  4. says:

    I enjoyed the book, but for some reason I had trouble keeping my attention Maybe it was just me, but with so many characters and everything going every which way, it sometimes lost me It was definitely unpredictable, to be honest, I m not sure what happened to some of the characters I ...


  5. says:

    I cannot say that I disliked the book, but I m not sure that I need to read another Cussler story He s a good writer, in that action and adventure sort of way, where leading men are strong, moral and all of the women love them His stories are well plotted, lots happens, not necessarily by the way of surprise plot twists, but the action scenes are well thought out with the hero racing from one predicament to the next At the end of...


  6. says:

    One of the better books I have read in a long time, excellent thriller You have just got to love how Cussler pulls all these seemingly random strands together.


  7. says:

    There is a lot of science fiction in this book and the prose is often clunky, but it doesn t lack for suspense, especially at the climax Dirk Pitt has at least nine lives and possibly a lotsince this is the seventh book featuring him The author is very knowledgeable about diving and salvage operations, and this expertise is evident The book has a lot of characters that are difficult to keep track of, since they are often mentioned by just their names rather than a title or affiliatio...


  8. says:

    In the 7th installment of Clive Cussler s Dirk Pitt NUMA action adventure series, Deep Six, Dirk Pitt returned in this thrilling novel A deadly tide of poison flowed into the ocean, a ghost ship drifted across an empty ocean, while a Sov...


  9. says:

    Typical action, one man army hero type novel A good read for people liking such novels.


  10. says:

    My 9th outing with Dirk Pitt adventures.Clive Cussler the master storyteller, this is yet another feather to his cap I was awestruck by his skill of interweaving various sub plots in the story The novel starts in the year 1966, with Arta Casilighio the teller of Beverly Wilshire bank steals 120000 dollars and hatches a plan to escape from San Francisco to Auckland, New Zealand in a cargo ship, but she was killed by Korean seamen Another sub story, in Augustine Island, Alaska a poison leak in My 9th outing with Dirk Pitt adventures.Clive Cussler the master storyteller, this is yet another feather to his cap I was awestruck by his skill of interweaving various sub plots in the story The novel starts in the year 1966, with Arta Casilighio the teller of Beverly Wilshire bank steals 120000 dollars and hatches a plan to escape from San Francisco to Auckland, New Zealand in a cargo ship, but she was killed by Korean seamen Another sub story, in Augustine Island, Alaska a poison leak in sea kills many, the nature of the agent is that it is absorbed through skin which turns out to be a deadly biological weapon, called Nerve Agent S Years back the nerve agent was to be buried in desert, however some of the containers disappeared NUMA is asked to find out the source of the poison Working along with Dr.Julie Mendoza, Pitt finds out the sunken ship and all the containers of Nerve Agent S But unexpected erup...