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Serpente ✯ [PDF] ❤ Serpente By Clive Cussler ✼ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Uma corpora o poderosa amea a a estabilidade pol tica mundial A viagem secreta de colombo e o seu t mulo, escondem a chave para defrontar uma amea a que pode mudar o MundoH mais de anos que jazem no Uma corpora o poderosa amea a a estabilidade pol tica mundial A viagem secreta de colombo e o seu t mulo, escondem a chave para defrontar uma amea a que pode mudar o MundoH mais deanos que jazem no fundo do mar gelado do Atl ntico Norte os destro os do paquete de luxo Andrea Doria Nas suas entranhas repousa uma rel quia pr colombiana que pode mudar o destino do MundoPara Kurt Austin, director de uma equipa de explora o mar tima, o perigo come a quando salva uma bela arque loga marinha na costa de Marrocos Ap s socorrer Nina Kirov, ambos v m se envolvidos numa miss o para desmascarar uma poderosa corpora o cujo plano levar a uma vaga de destrui o e morte, e at forma o de um novo pa sKurt e a bela Nina Kirov desvendaram segredos muito mais valiosos do que as suas vidas E h tesouros perdidos que nunca deviam ser encontrados.


10 thoughts on “Serpente

  1. Glen Glen says:

    A madman wants to create a new nation from the Southwestern US and Mexico, and the only one standing in his way is Dirk Pi I mean Kurt Austin.Kurt rescues a woman from a hit team that massacred an archaeological dig, which also destroyed some of the artifacts found Kurt and his team start a game of cat and mouse with the mysterious killers, and eventually gets to the bottom of things.This is Cussler Inc s first attempt at a spin off series They take the safe route of creating a group that is A madman wants to create a new nation from the Southwestern US and Mexico, and the only one standing in his way is Dirk Pi I mean Kurt Austin.Kurt rescues a woman from a hit team that massacred an archaeological dig, which also destroyed some of the artifacts found Kurt and his team start a game of cat and mouse with the mysterious killers, and eventually gets to the bottom of things.This is Cussler Inc s first attempt at a spin off series They take the safe route of creating a group that is almost exactly like Pitt s group of people The only problem is, every page reminds us we d rather be reading about Pitt


  2. Rob Rob says:

    Meh Think there s a reason why I haven t picked up one of his books for at least 5 years In my defense, I was on vacation and finished the books that I had brought along and this novel was one of the only reasonably good choices available at the hotel gift shop At one time in my life, I thoroughly enjoyed the Dirk Pitt series of books from Cussler Sort of a modern swash buckling adventurer who always knows the right thing to do, the right thing to say and always gets the girl and the villa Meh Think there s a reason why I haven t picked up one of his books for at least 5 years In my defense, I was on vacation and finished the books that I had brought along and this novel was one of the only reasonably good choices available at the hotel gift shop At one time in my life, I thoroughly enjoyed the Dirk Pitt series of books from Cussler Sort of a modern swash buckling adventurer who always knows the right thing to do, the right thing to say and always gets the girl and the villain in the end While this was not a Pitt novel per se although he does show up early on , the same formulaic approach applies historical event, usually the sinking of some type of floating object, shift to modern times and the emergence of some villain affecting random person while the protagonists Kurt Austin and his crew in this case just happen to be close by Story progresses andamazing discoveries are learned, the villain intensifies action and the action is cleanly wrapped up in the end, again, with crazy discovery of historical event object that has been underwater for 100s of years I guess maybe I ve just tired of this formula but also noticed an increased discomfort with the dialogue nobody I ve ever heard talks like any of the people in this book Oh well, bottom line, I guess I d recommend this book if you were stuck at a hotel with no other reading materials and this was the only choice at the hotel gift shop Other than that, probably best to leave this alone and if you really must read Cussler, try to locate some of his earlier, fresher Dirk Pitt efforts.Cheers


  3. Alaina Alaina says:

    Hello random book for a random challenge Serpent had an interesting synopsis. but in the end was just kind of meh I have never read a book from this author before so I didn t really have any expectations for it I thought Kurt was interesting guy that kind of reminded me of Indiana Jones However, I was also getting some Bones feelings too and that is probably when I started getting bored.It had an interesting plot that just sort of fell flat on me I wish I wasinterested than I was but Hello random book for a random challenge Serpent had an interesting synopsis. but in the end was just kind of meh I have never read a book from this author before so I didn t really have any expectations for it I thought Kurt was interesting guy that kind of reminded me of Indiana Jones However, I was also getting some Bones feelings too and that is probably when I started getting bored.It had an interesting plot that just sort of fell flat on me I wish I wasinterested than I was but it didn t happen I might go to the next book but maybe if I could get it in audio form


  4. Renee Renee says:

    I m a Dirk Pitt fan so when I first picked this up my first thought was Who s this Kurt Austin guy But I started reading anyway Glad I dI m a Dirk Pitt fan so when I first picked this up my first thought was Who s this Kurt Austin guy But I started reading anyway Glad I did Kurt is a great guy, has a fun sidekick, lots of NUMA people make an appearance I LUV MAX and the plot rocks I like the historical and archeology details My only complaint is the chauvenism of the genre I m a Dirk Pitt fan so when I first picked this up my first thought was Who s this Kurt Austin guy But I started reading anyway Glad I dI m a Dirk Pitt fan so when I first picked this up my first thought was Who s this Kurt Austin guy But I started reading anyway Glad I did Kurt is a great guy, has a fun sidekick, lots of NUMA people make an appearance I LUV MAX and the plot rocks I like the historical and archeology details My only complaint is the chauvenism of the genre I mean, the whole Bond esque feel to the women They all have brains and degrees, but you still get the feeling the bod comes first My only grrr moment Seems to be universal enough to be a genre requirement I find that sad Book was fun, but the helpless little woman aspect made me sigh


  5. Matthew Matthew says:

    3.5 stars.I read this book for a book club pick The first 200 pages or so were rather boring I found consistently the author was using very rich, lengthy description, reminding me a bit of The Fellowship of the Ring, but rather than describing the strange and wondrous, he seemed to be always only describing the boring and mundane He didn t give rich descriptions of the Mayan ruins at the center of the story, instead reserving most of his description for cars, planes, boats, faces, hair, eyes, 3.5 stars.I read this book for a book club pick The first 200 pages or so were rather boring I found consistently the author was using very rich, lengthy description, reminding me a bit of The Fellowship of the Ring, but rather than describing the strange and wondrous, he seemed to be always only describing the boring and mundane He didn t give rich descriptions of the Mayan ruins at the center of the story, instead reserving most of his description for cars, planes, boats, faces, hair, eyes, and the surface of the ocean This guy seemed to want to describe everything in great detail if he had seen it himself If he hadn t seen it, then his description was one line with no information.About halfway though, the story started to become involving and it was interesting enough that I skimmed my way through to the end The premise is unbelievable not because it is a thriller, but because the villains are never given a good motive for a massive, globe spanning campaign of destroying old artifacts and hiding evidence of a pre Columbian connection across the Atlantic Ocean But it was somewhat exciting.Others in the book club complained that the book established and gave many different perspectives and only gradually wove them together I did not find this bothersome it is a common practice in fantasy and science fiction novels and there really weren t that many important characters five heroes, two villains,or less And I felt there was less suspense than I would have expected.Some of the ocean fight scenes reminded me of Fire and Ice which was a pulse pounding sea adventure with less in the way of strange, irrational conspiracies and mentions of supernatural abilities that are never brought up again


  6. Kelly Furniss Kelly Furniss says:

    I have had this author on To read radar for ages And so after taking up some fellow bookworms advice on where to start I thought I would go with Serpent as its number one in the NUMA files and the thought of NUMA interested me.The books introduction is about the Italian luxury liner Andrea Doria sailing and we learn about the crew, passengers and what it holds However very quickly the story turns as there seems to be a conspiracy to capsize the Doria and suspicious activity is witnessed onbo I have had this author on To read radar for ages And so after taking up some fellow bookworms advice on where to start I thought I would go with Serpent as its number one in the NUMA files and the thought of NUMA interested me.The books introduction is about the Italian luxury liner Andrea Doria sailing and we learn about the crew, passengers and what it holds However very quickly the story turns as there seems to be a conspiracy to capsize the Doria and suspicious activity is witnessed onboard All this pulled me straight right in to the story.I enjoyed how action packed it is, its a real adventure mystery which includes the Spanish mafia and Mayan culture It is a skilful woven tale which builds the tension well I was kept hanging trying to understand why the archaeologist divers were been hunted as they tried to retrieve the artefacts I enjoyed the characterisation too The most difficult thing about the book was the numerous plots that intertwined as sometimes I lost my way but they did tie up at the end.I will be readingby this author


  7. Barbara ★ Barbara ★ says:

    This is a seriously convoluted tale revolving around the Spanish mafia from Christopher Columbus s time and the Mayan culture Two things that really shouldn t have anything to do with each other Did Columbus really discover America That is the ultimate question and if not, who did And why are archeologists being killed when they find certain types of artifacts A skillfully woven tale that is wholly believeable The death defying adventures, the life threatening artifact thieves and the unde This is a seriously convoluted tale revolving around the Spanish mafia from Christopher Columbus s time and the Mayan culture Two things that really shouldn t have anything to do with each other Did Columbus really discover America That is the ultimate question and if not, who did And why are archeologists being killed when they find certain types of artifacts A skillfully woven tale that is wholly believeable The death defying adventures, the life threatening artifact thieves and the underwater of course adventures Just a wonderful roller coaster of a ride Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala are great characters who really can think on their feeter, flippers


  8. Mark Mark says:

    Probably the worst Cussler book I ll ever read, from what I hear, and so far it is the worst I ve read The plot is awesome and very detailed but the story moves slow and a few times he even insults the readers intelligence I know it was writen in 1999 but I know what a Hovercraft is Clive and I knew then tooshesh I didn t find the ending that exciting either and I would suggest that people only read this book if they are fans of Cussler I would never let a new reader have this as thier fi Probably the worst Cussler book I ll ever read, from what I hear, and so far it is the worst I ve read The plot is awesome and very detailed but the story moves slow and a few times he even insults the readers intelligence I know it was writen in 1999 but I know what a Hovercraft is Clive and I knew then tooshesh I didn t find the ending that exciting either and I would suggest that people only read this book if they are fans of Cussler I would never let a new reader have this as thier first ever Cussler read Overall it was ok but there s just too much garbage that didn t need to be in here It actually would have been an awesome book if it was say 150 200 pages shorter


  9. Jenna Jenna says:

    while i ve seen his books everywhere, i ve never read this author before I can understand why he s so popular I also see the point some make about him being too formulaic but as this was my first of his, i didn t have much of a frame of reference.apparently, this was a story with a spin off character from hispopular Dirk Pitt series which i ve never read the characters were likable good story that kept my interest.lots of action moved at a good pace and like a lot of action advent while i ve seen his books everywhere, i ve never read this author before I can understand why he s so popular I also see the point some make about him being too formulaic but as this was my first of his, i didn t have much of a frame of reference.apparently, this was a story with a spin off character from hispopular Dirk Pitt series which i ve never read the characters were likable good story that kept my interest.lots of action moved at a good pace and like a lot of action adventure thrillers, there are a lot of characters a lot going on ie multiple locations around the world which was my negative.i would read another of his books but not in ebook format It just took too long that way the page count increases by about 3X


  10. Sandy Sandy says:

    When Kurt Austin, head of NUMA, rescues a beautiful archaeologist after she discovers a carved stone head that brings into question that Columbus may not have been the first person to discover the Americas, he finds that other archaeology teams are also disappearing All clues lead to the sinking of an Italian luxury liner What could this possibly have to do with Christopher Columbus Kurt and Nina must find out what is happening because Nina is not out of danger This was an interesting read w When Kurt Austin, head of NUMA, rescues a beautiful archaeologist after she discovers a carved stone head that brings into question that Columbus may not have been the first person to discover the Americas, he finds that other archaeology teams are also disappearing All clues lead to the sinking of an Italian luxury liner What could this possibly have to do with Christopher Columbus Kurt and Nina must find out what is happening because Nina is not out of danger This was an interesting read with its reference to Christopher Columbus and the advanced culture that lived in South America A good interesting cast of characters Enough facts to be believable A good story


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