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White Death [Reading] ➿ White Death ➶ Clive Cussler – Kurt Austin e Joe Zavala recebem um pedido de socorro de uma tripulação no interior de um navio ue se afundou junto à costa das Ilhas Faroe Com poucas horas de vida esta é a sua última esperança Kurt Austin e Joe Zavala recebem um pedido de socorro de uma tripulação no interior de um navio ue se afundou junto à costa das Ilhas Faroe Com poucas horas de vida esta é a sua última esperança Tirando partido do mais recente submersível da euipa de operações especiais daagência subauática Austin consegue executar um salvamento ue parecia impossível aos olhos de todos Entretanto ele e Zavala percebem ue não se tratou de um acidente Uma organização de ambientalistas parece estar por trás de um plano mauiavélico capaz de deseuilibrar todo o ecossistema marítimo Com o apoio de uma corporação chamada Oceanus os ambientalistas revelam se afinal uma ameaça global Morte Branca é mais um fruto da talentosa capacidade de combinar História ciência e acção num livro intenso e divertido Este é um Cussler Vintage e como tal é um livro impossível de pousar até à última página.

  • Paperback
  • 343 pages
  • White Death
  • Clive Cussler
  • Portuguese
  • 03 March 2016
  • 9789896371135

About the Author: Clive Cussler

Cussler began writing novels in and published his first work featuring his continuous series hero Dirk Pitt in His first non fiction The Sea Hunters was released in The Board of Governors of the Maritime College State University of New York considered The Sea Hunters in lieu of a PhD thesis and awarded Cussler a Doctor of Letters degree in May It was the first time.

10 thoughts on “White Death

  1. Jerry Jerry says:

    Just like the last Clive Cussler book I read the action was thrilling and the story was exciting but some profanities and crude allusions muddled things a bit

  2. Paul Weiss Paul Weiss says:

    Definitely NOT vintage Clive CusslerA formulaic thriller that includes everything but the kitchen sink unrepentant Nazis Basue separatists an outcast murderous tribe of Eskimos Canadian natives in northern uebec environmental activists and the usual female sex interest This one goes beyond the pale and actually seems comedic at best The heroes can thank their lucky stars that the dastardly villains resort to that time worn cliche of gloating instead of getting on with killing them when they've got the chanceThis one's definitely a laffer Give it a pass and save your pennies for the next onePaul Weiss

  3. Jeff Herman Jeff Herman says:

    Not one of his best books but the story line kept it interesting and still very much worth the read

  4. Christine Christine says:

    I love clive cussler books fast reads when I am bored

  5. Caro Caro says:

    This was a pretty good book I really enjoyed listening to it However I think I would've like the unabridged version better It seemed a little short Great for reading anytime and pulls you in There suspense some action twists and turns great personalities and characters and a good ending Great for a relaxing evening or weekend Enjoy

  6. Bob Bob says:

    Another solid action adventure from Cussler

  7. Mark Mark says:

    Maybe it’s just me But Yawn

  8. Fredrick Danysh Fredrick Danysh says:

    Kurt Austin is called on to rescue Danish sailors from a sunk destroyer that resulted from a collision between environmentalist and the ship He comes in contact with a murderous Eskimo group that is bioengineering fish to destroy the native species and thereby take over the auaculture industry of the world

  9. Brian Brian says:

    Kurt Austin runs into Oceanus a vast corporation run by Frederick Barker that markets fish across the globe Austin initially encounters Oceanus as he volunteers to save the crew of a Danish ship accidentally sunk by a ship belonging to a group of environmentalist Austin learns that the environmental group led by an opportunist named Marcus Ryan was set up by Oceanus to distract the world from their nearby fish processing plant Sneaking into the unusually secure commercial fishery owned by the company on the remote Faroes Islands Austin finds clues to a darker plot involving mutant fish Meanwhile Paul and Gamay Trout investigate the waters near an Oceanus fishery in North America For those who live nearby but don't work for Oceanus times are tough Genetically altered fish are ruining the local fishing market there aas wellIn the first prologue you meet Diego Aguirrez Basue seafarer escaping from the Spanish Inuisition 1515 and attempting to hide 2 relics the horn and sword of roland – which are symbols of basue leadership In the second prologue you learn of a German 1935 airship attempting to journey to the North Pole which discovers Aguirrez's ship frozen in the ice Austin and team link Oceanus with a mysterious and legendarily violent tribe of outcast Inuit known as the Kiolya Led by a figure known as Toonook Barker the Kiolya and Oceanus are poised to unleash their genetically engineered eco weapon that will give them a stranglehold on the oceans of the world Before Austin and Joe fight Barker in a zeppelin in the final battle where Austin sends Barker into one of his mutant fish tanks

  10. Linda Linda says:

    Worth the time to see if Clive Cussler style is for you It's been a long time since I read a Clive Cussler book and the first that did not have Dirk Pitt as the main character I read many of those But there are a lot of similarities between Dirk Pitt stories and stories involving the new protagonist Kirt Austin First Cussler's books are slow starting as you have to understand the history behind his tales before he launches into the modern story; second unless you know something about the nautical topic at hand you have to accept the technical and historical aspects at face value and not get caught up in the details only reason for a 3 rather than 4 rating; and third you also have to accept at face value the super powers of the main probably hot characters and love them for what you imagine them to be There are lots of DC area references location of local offices and homes throughout Falls Church restaurant and Fairfax County home in this one although the main stories are located in or near large bodies of water all over the world A really good but different reading experience especially for people that don't usually travel in these types of circles Readers need to try one of the early Dirk Pitt or Kurt Austin books to see if Cussler is for them

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