Una serie di inondazioni, catastrofi naturali e disastri che vengono dal mare diffondono il terrore e l'idea che gli oceani striano per «ribellarsi». Ma alla NUMA, l'agenzia per le operazioni di controspionaggio in mare, Dirk Pitt preferisce sempre restare aderente ai fatti e, anche con l'aiuto di due giovani e inaspettati collaboratori, comincia a indagare. E presto scopre una traccia che lo porterà lontano, molto lontano, tra basi segrete sotterranee, incursioni subacquee, una misteriosa setta femminile e uno sconcertante enigma archeologico, verso un'autentica odissea...
- ISBN: 8850239556
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 500
This is the first Cussler I have read. Initially I was a bit skeptical although the reviews were good. The book cover also did not impress me (believe it or not), so it sat on my shelf for a couple of years when I decided to finally dust it and start reading. It was not a bad book at all. The backgr Leggi tutto
You know reading a Clive Cussler book for me is hard to put down. I was up until past midnight to finish this one. Even though I 'almost' figured this out, the ending was a real 'wow moment' for me. Clive Cussler himself shows up (as he always does) in the last few paragraphs of this book... at a we Leggi tutto
While this was a good story parts of it are questionable. I mean really...the hurricane about tears apart a hurricane plane but a helicopter can fly through it and drop 'em off on a boat in the storm so they can "save the day"? And one of the druid male victims...starts out saying he was a rich publ Leggi tutto
Dirk Pitt and the gang remain one of my favorite guilty pleasures, even though I've fallen a few books behind in the series. The plots are far-fetched, the plot holes are sometimes gaping, and the dialogue is often stilted. (Someone in this day and age referring to something as "heavenly"? Or a 24-y Leggi tutto
This potboiler is the sort of bad writing that comes of too much, or too easy success that leads one to think he or she can just knock out a book over a weekend or two and a bottle of Scotch. Just in the first part, there is a hurricane barreling towards the Caribbean heading "due east." This is rep Leggi tutto
A friend loaned me this book to read. I hadn’t read any other Cussler books, and this is the 17th book in the series, so perhaps I would have rated it higher if I had a better understanding of the main characters. The book begins with a new theory of the Trojan War - that it actually involved the Cel Leggi tutto
As usual for this author, this book was a blast.
A diabolical plot to change the climate of the Northern Hemisphere is intertwined with an historically significant discovery with one man finding himself in the middle of it. Trojan Odyssey is the seventeenth book in Clive Cussler’s Dirk Pitt series which sees the titular hero, his best friend, and Leggi tutto
I’m the kind of guy who buys reprints of pulp fiction. I’m delighted that Charles Ardai’s Hard Case Crime series reprints gritty novels from that era and I even buy reprints of Doc Savage, Justice, Inc., The Shadow, and The Spider when I see them. I have often lamented the fact that there isn’t anyt Leggi tutto
2/5 stars. It's hard to tell whether Clive Cussler is actively trying to destroy the Dirk Pitt franchise, or whether even before his son got his name on the cover he was already writing the books. This is the last Dirk Pitt book that claims to be written by Clive alone, but either he's lying or has
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