Juan Cabrillo e l’equipaggio della Oregon devono affrontare la loro impresa più rischiosa quando, a seguito di un violento colpo in banca durante il Gran Premio di Monaco, i conti della Corporation vengono prosciugati.
Per recuperare i suoi soldi, Juan dovrà unire le forze a quelle di un amico di vecchia data conosciuto durante i giorni alla CIA e scovare un hacker e uno spietato ex ufficiale della Marina militare ucraina.
Ben presto Cabrillo e compagni scopriranno che la rapina era solo il primo passo di un piano che mira alla morte di milioni di persone e al crollo delle maggiori economie del mondo. L’elemento chiave? Un documento dal valore inestimabile creduto perso sin dal disastroso tentativo di invasione della Russia da parte di Napoleone. Duecento anni dopo, il segreto in esso contenuto potrebbe diventare l’arma che metterà in ginocchio l’intera Europa.
- ISBN: 8830449547
- Casa Editrice: Longanesi
- Pagine: 408
The Emperor's Revenge is book eleven of The Oregon Files by Clive Cussler. Juan Cabrillo and his team were on a mission when he was told that the Corporation's money was gone. The readers of The Emperor's Revenge will continue to following Juan Cabrillo and his team to see how they got their money b Leggi tutto
The best Oregon Files novel since Plague Ship , The Emperor's Revenge is a long, complex, action-packed ride. The beginning, in which we see the stuff of conspiracy theories - did Napoleon really die in exile, or did someone stage it that way? - is classic Cussler, but then we get a veritable metric Leggi tutto
For those of you who truly enjoy Clive Cussler novels, this is one you do not want to miss out on. This is the eleventh in the "Oregon Files Adventures". I suppose because I am retired Navy; that I am drawn to all of these particular novels on the Oregon characters. Without giving away a lot of the
Another wonderful, action packed adventure for the Oregon files. Juan Cabrillo and his team respond to a massive 'robbery' at the main bank in Monaco. Where unfortunately Juan has the most of the Corporations' money deposited. Even Napoleon Bonaparte has a role in this mystery!
Loved it! Top class action, adventure and espionage with out-of-this world gadgets, cold war type bad guys, and heroic good guys, who believe risking their lives to save the global financial system is all in a days work.
Another entertaining and enjoyable book in the Oregon series by Clive Cussler! Non-stop action from start to the end.
I always loved the Oregon series. Juan gets it done with some help from his friends.
Great book with an intriguing historical line. My only teensy complaint is too much time in the beginning of the book rehashing all their history. After 11 books in order, I know all that. I understand it is necessary for someone who hasn't read of the previous books but this one seemed to do it in
Cussler and his writing partners are always good for a fast moving, entertaining tale. Good guys versus bad guys in the world of high technology. Nothing heavy here. I've read all "The Oregon Files." A modern warship disguised as a tramp freighter slithering among the villains on the high seas.
The book opened up in the Sahara desert with Juan Cabrillo, Eddie and Link infiltrated into a terrorist group. The terrorists found a downed USAF Strategic Command plane from the Cold War with nuclear weapons aboard. No sooner has the team dealt with this problem, and then they find someone has stol Leggi tutto
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