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10 thoughts on “The Silent Sea (The Oregon Files, #7)

  1. says:

    When I picked up this novel, I failed to pick up on the fact it was an author branded work I had heard of Clive Cussler His background and involvement with sunken ships and general marine archaeology is intriguing That, and being a successful author were enough to lure me in I d hoped to learn something as well as be thrilled with the adventure Only after a feeling of disappointment and depression set in did I look closely at the cover and realize Clive Cussler is used as a brand name Whil When I picked up this novel, I failed to pick up on the fact it was an author branded work I had heard of Clive Cussler His background and involvement with sunken ships and general marine archaeology is intriguing That, and being a successful author were e...


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    The Ronish family had owned Pine Island, part of Washington State for generations The mystery of the deep pit on the island had been investigated by many, but disaster struck each time In December of 1941 it was the turn of the five Ronish brothers to uncover the mysteries of the deep four were old enough but the youngest could only watch on But once again tragedy struck then with news of the war and Pearl Harb...


  3. says:

    3.5 stars Fun Oregon Files adventure set mainly in South America and the Antarctic As always lots of action.


  4. says:

    I tried to get into this one but it had a very slow start and I gave up after a time Perhaps I will give Cussler another audio CD or book try but for now it s on to other reading listening projects OVERALL GRADE D plus to C minus.


  5. says:

    The Silent Sea is the 7th book in The Oregon Files series by Clive Cussler This is the 5th book in which the co author is Jack Du Brul.Juan Cabrillo and his crew are asked by the CIA to retrieve a piece of NASA technology that has been lost over Argentina While searching for the crashed satellite, the crew makes an astonishing discovery that leads back to a small island in the US and a long ago Chinese expedition What ensues is a race to prevent territorial thievery, avoid ecological disaster The Silent Sea is the 7th book in The Oregon Files series by Clive Cussler This is the 5th book in which the co author is Jack Du Brul.Juan Cabrillo and his crew are asked by the CIA to retrieve a piece of NASA technology that has been lost over Argentina While searching for the crashed satellite, the crew makes an astonishing discovery that leads back to a small island in the US and a long ago Chinese expedition What ensues is a race to prevent territorial thievery, avoid ecological disaster and find answers to a mystery that is decades old Oh, and doing that all in direct opposition to the wishes of the US This plot was interesting but convoluted and took some time to all come together As usual, Cabrillo and his crew manage near impossible feats of derring do and are able to bring the mission and then some to a successful conclusion The only sour note was that th...


  6. says:

    So, I decided to take a break from vampires and werewolves and all things paranormal I picked up The Silent Sea because I have enjoyed all of Clive Cussler s books I was not disappointed Clive Cussler has a way of creating great action stories, full of suspense and lots of firepower and explosions This story starts on an island off Washington State, moves to Argentina, Texas, and Antarctica And just when I thought I would read a book that was vampire free, there was a reference to the Twili So, I decided...


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    I m not a huge fan of Clive Cussler s Dirk Pitt novels They re fine, but I just never connected.However, I have enjoyed both of his Spy series novels The Silent Sea is the first I ve read from the Oregon Files, and I really enjoyed it.The Oregon is a super high tech ship disguised as a decrepit junk heap It has its own helicopter, torpedos, minisubs, and priceless works of art on the walls No, I m not kidding.Anyway, Argentina and China have claimed sovereignty over Antarctica, and they ve b I m not a huge fan of Clive Cussler s Dirk Pitt novels They re fine, but I just never connected.However, I have enjoyed both of his Spy series novels The Silent Sea is the first I ve read from the Oregon Files, and I really enjoyed it.The Oregon is a super high tech ship disguised as a decrepit junk heap It has its own helicopter, torpedos, minisubs, and priceless works of art on the walls No, I m not kidding.Anyway, Argentina and China have claimed sovereignty over Antarctica, and they ve built a secretIt doesn t matter, really There are bad guys and wisecracking good guys, strong women, smart people, and lots of gadgetry It s not plausible, and that s fine It s neither a military history nor a scientific treatise It s an entertaining, fast read, and there...


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    Silent Sea is the seventh of the Oregon Files series The book begins with a prologue set in 1941 where five brothers living in Washington search for buried treasure in a cave Tragedy ensues, along with Pearl Harbor, so we are left in the dark about what was discovered We then fast forward to modern times where we join Juan Cabrillo in Argentina to retrieve the remains of a lost American satellite Before long we are ready to go to Antarctica where the ream uses cutting edge technology and the Silent Sea is the seventh of the Oregon Files series The book begins with a prologue set in 1941 where five brothers living in Washington search for buried treasure in a cave Tragedy ensues, along with Pearl Harbor, so we are left in the dark about what was discovered We then fast forward to modern times where we join Juan Cabrillo in Argentina to retrieve the remains of a lost American satellite Before long we...


  9. says:

    I loved this book This reminded me of the Oak Island Money pit and that seems to be an inspiration for this book This is an action packed book that does not skimp on the character development and it really pulls you in from the start I ve always been intrigued by old sec...


  10. says:

    3.9The Silent Sea is a great novel, simple as It s fast paced and hassubstance to it than most of Clive s novels I ve become accustomed to Clive s style of writing over the years but you can sense a slight change with the influence of Jack du ...


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The Silent Sea (The Oregon Files, #7) Clive Cussler S Tales Of The Oregon And Its Crew The Clever, Indefatigable Juan Cabrillo And His Merry Band Of Tough, Tech Savvy Fighting Men And Women Publishers Weekly Have Made Fans Of Hundreds Of Thousands Of Readers But The Oregon S Sixth Adventure Is Its Most Remark Able One Yet On December 7, 1941, Five Brothers Exploring A Shaft On A Small Island Off The Coast Of Washington State Make An Extraordinary Discovery, Only To Be Interrupted By News Of Pearl Harbor In The Present, Cabrillo, Chasing The Remnants Of A Crashed Satellite In The Argentine Jungle, Stumbles Upon A Shocking Revelation Of His Own His Search To Untangle The Mystery Leads Him, First, To That Small Island And Its Secret, And Then Much Farther Back, To An Ancient Chinese Expedition And A Curse That Seems To Have Survived For Than Five Hundred Years If Cabrillo S Team Is Successful In Its Quest, The Reward Could Be Incalculable If Not The Only Reward Is Death.