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by Clive Cussler

Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Clive Cussler
ISBN: 0399151141
ISBN13: 978-0399151149
Language: English
Publisher: Putnam Berkley Audio; Abridged edition (November 24, 2003)
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The new Dirk Pitt® adventure from the New York Times–bestselling author. Bestselling author Clive Cussler has kept readers on the edges of their seats for four decades with his thrilling action novels

The new Dirk Pitt® adventure from the New York Times–bestselling author. A desperate attempt in 1917 to preserve the wealth and power of the Romanov Empire. A Cold War bomber lost with a deadly cargo. Bestselling author Clive Cussler has kept readers on the edges of their seats for four decades with his thrilling action novels. As well as the NUMA Files series there are also the Oregon Files, the Dirk Pitt stories (which started it all), the Isaac Bell adventures and the Fargo series. The other titles in the NUMA files series are: Serpent, Blue Gold, Fire Ice, White Death, Polar Shift, The Navigator, Medusa, Devil's Gate, and The Storm.

Home Clive Cussler Trojan Odyssey. They listened intently as Barnum described the underwater geology to Pitt and Giordino

Home Clive Cussler Trojan Odyssey. They went silent as Dirk turned his attention to repairing the smashed underwater radio transmitter in a futile attempt to get it operational again. There was nothing frenzied about the manner in which he began reassembling the damaged connections. They listened intently as Barnum described the underwater geology to Pitt and Giordino. He paused to glance at a big twenty-four-hour clock on one bulkhead. We should be on site in another hour. Dirk came next with the second spare tank. Pitt gave him a quick embrace before they ascended together toward the only remaining inflatable.

Clive Cussler is the author or coauthor of over fifty previous books in five bestselling series, including Dirk Pitt® .

Clive Cussler is the author or coauthor of over fifty previous books in five bestselling series, including Dirk Pitt®, NUMA® Files, Oregon® Files, Isaac Bell, and Sam and Remi Fargo.

Long hailed as the grand master of adventure fiction, Clive Cussler has continued to astound with the intricate plotting and astonishing set pieces of his novels

Long hailed as the grand master of adventure fiction, Clive Cussler has continued to astound with the intricate plotting and astonishing set pieces of his novels. Now, with a surprising twist, he gives us his most audacious work yet. In the final pages of Valhalla Rising, Dirk Pitt discovered, to his shock, that he had two grown children he had never Long hailed as the grand master of adventure fiction, Clive Cussler has continued to astound with the intricate plotting and astonishing set pieces of his novels.

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Home Clive Cussler Trojan Odyssey. The drive to Pitt's aircraft hangar apartment at one deserted end of Ronald Reagan National Airport was traffic-free. Again, they were waved through a security gate when the guard recognized Pitt. Loren stopped at the old hangar once used by a long-extinct airline in the nineteen thirties and forties. Dirk and Summer retired to their separate compartments in the Pullman car while Pitt and Loren went up to his apartment, where he showered and shaved as she fixed a light brunch for the four of them. Thirty minutes later, Pitt exited his bedroom, dressed in casual slacks and golf shirt.

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Book Series: The Dirk Pitt Adventures Book Format: Hardcover, ISBN: 0718147022, Publisher: Penguin Publishing Publication .

Book Series: The Dirk Pitt Adventures Book Format: Hardcover, ISBN: 0718147022, Publisher: Penguin Publishing Publication Date: 2003, Co-Author: Dirk Cussler. June 14, 2015 SiteMedia.

Dirk Pitt is the larger-than-life hero reminiscent of Doc Savage and the main protagonist of a series of a bestselling adventure novels written by Clive Cussler from 1976 to 2019. Pitt is a citizen of the United States, on loan from the United States Air Force with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, after serving in Vietnam as a pilot.

Title: Trojan Odyssey: Dirk Pitts, Book 17 Author(s): Clive Cussler Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd Availability .

Underwater adventurer Dirk Pitt and the NUMA crew are joined by his two grown children, fraternal twins whose existence he had been unaware, to investigate a black tide infesting the ocean off Nicaragua, a study complicated by the discovery of a mysterious artifact, a powerful storm, and an all-too-human conspiracy. Simultaneous.
Comments to eBook Trojan Odysey (Dirk Pitt Adventure)
greatest
Cussler started out with real flair for creating the Dirk Pitt series. Non-stop action, plenty of twists and turns in the mystery part of the plot, great historical inclusions, terrific marine biology and geology as well as early 20th Century seagoing and aeronautical craft information from the big wars of the era, and a good start at building the characters of Pitt and Al Giordino, as well as Gunn and Sandecker. Fun read.
Munimand
This is one of the early Pitt novels, written in a time before political correctness. The dialog is dated and the treatment of women is right out of Mad Men and the 1960s. Everyone smokes, drinks, and shamelessly chases women. And the women love it. This is a fun read, but don't expect the plot to be complex or the action to be credible. This is an adventure with a clear hero and unambiguous villains. The dialog is almost comical while intended to be serious. Character descriptions are shallow and the story line, while imaginative, is hard to believe. However, I liked the book and I didn't have to bother looking for meaning or messages. This is pure entertainment with a black and white plot, black and white characters and good over evil conclusion.
Vrion
I am never disappointed by a Clive Cussler novel. If you like adventure tales and escapist fun they are all universally like a balm for your otherwise over-occupied psyche. I have read about 25 of them... about 2/3 of the Dirk Pitts, most of the Kurt Austin's, and all the Fargos. Each is imaginative, cinematic, and beguiling in its own way. Clearly I am a FAN. That being said... it is hard for me to differentiate the books in any of the series from each other. The plots always involve a maniacal despot with unlimited resources, an axe to grind, and an unimaginably complex plot to do something that will cause a calamity our heroes must risk their lives repeatedly to thwart. The good guys always win. The baddies get their comeuppance. The world is changed for the better. And, more often than not, some aspect of previously assumed human history has been rewritten. I began reading the Dirk Pitt books way out of sequence - starting in his later life because I didn't know any better. "Trojan Odyssey" is later in the series, also. I went back and have been trying to read the older books. Lately I am reading them in sequence. I can say the earliest books are different and I think I prefer them to the later ones, like this one, where Dirk's kids are involved. I am glued to Pitt and Giordino and find any portion of the story arc focusing on the kids to be distracting - even when all of these episodes are basic variations on the same 'buddies in danger' scenario. You could easily switch the names from Dirk and Summer to Pitt and Giordino and the scene still works. If you like this type of book you will enjoy this one. But, to be perfectly frank, you will have a hard time remembering what makes this Cussler/Pitt all that different from the others. They are all quite entertaining but a tad formulaic. This will not keep me from reading - and enjoying - them all, however. In fact, I am committed to eventually reading every book of every series - ALL of them. There is a reason why Cussler is one of - if not THE - best-selling author in history.
Elizabeth
In looking for a new series to read since finishing the Jack Reacher series, a friend told me about Clive Cussler. I could not get the first of the series on my Kindle so I ordered that and began book two. A good read, well written with many plot twists. I am hoping to enjoy the series as much as the Lee Child books.
Fato
You can see how he developed as a writer . His current books are better in their story line. The beginning of a theme is there along with strong character development of his future team . It all leads to a series of great reads.
Kearanny
My boyfriend said this author was great and I would enjoy his books. This book was ok. It was; however, kinda sexist and that wasn't really cool with me. The author (and main character) treated women as dumb and sex objects. I am no feminist, but this book did bother me some when it came to the way he talked about the women characters. Other than that, it was a James Bondy kinda book.
Thorgaginn
STORY BRIEF:
A group of scientists are looking for a fish that may exist in the Mediterranean Sea. They thought it was extinct. Someone is sabotaging things. Dirk Pitt is assigned to help them. Some bad guys are nearby doing bad things.

REVIEWER'S OPINION:
I enjoyed the Lee Child books about Jack Reacher, and I thought this author might be similar. Although I've compared Jack to a comic book hero, I find Dirk is much more of a comic book hero than Jack. Dirk is a hero adventurer whose life is often in danger, but he always survives and outwits the bad guys. I've now read two Dirk Pitt books. I'm done. He just doesn't do it for me. I'm not sure why. Jack Reacher fascinates and entertains me but Dirk doesn't. The Dirk stories feel like action-adventure movies, not the kind of depth that I normally get from books. Maybe because the characters and motivations aren't developed enough for me? I'm not sure.

DATA:
Story length: 372 pages. Swearing language: moderate, including religious swear words. Sexual language: none. Sex scenes: one brief scene was vaguely referred to, no details. Setting: current day Mediterranean Sea, Island of Thasos, and Washington D.C. Copyright: 1973. Genre: action adventure thriller
This was a fun mystery. I absolutely love the Dirk Pitt in the books he is smart and tough but portrayed as a mere human with nothing special like in the movies. This book was also written in the seventies and it is very apparent that it is a sign of the times. Everyone smokes and drinks as well as smoking in buildings that hasn't been allowed in years. I thought it flowed well though. I would recommend it but first I would read the pacific vortex.
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