Una serie d'improvvise e potentissime tempeste solari innesca una catena di disastri naturali che sconvolge la Terra. Quando anche l'Air Force One scompare dai radar mentre era in volo sul Pacifico, la US Navy ordina a un suo ex ufficiale, Jack Kirkland, di recarsi col suo sottomarino di ricerca sul luogo della tragedia per recuperare le scatole nere e capire cosa sia successo. Ma le profondità dell'oceano nascondono un segreto ben più grande, un segreto che potrebbe distruggere l'intero genere umano.
- ISBN: 8842919004
- Casa Editrice: Nord
- Pagine: 451
Another fun Rollins read. Jack may be one of the more developed protagonists in Rollins's non-Sigma Force novels. Again we see the Rollin's winning formula at work here. However, this read seemed different. As in Excavation, the pace was different than in other Rollins books (including the Sigma For Leggi tutto
I have not read any other books by James Rollins, but judging by his popularity I would suspect that this particular book does not represent his best efforts. The story is interesting and creative enough, but it seems somehow uncompelling and not particularly well carried out. However, the book's tr Leggi tutto
My feelings about Deep Fathom are pretty in line with Rollins' first two books - fun adventure about finding hidden ancient civilizations, nothing much to write home about with regards to the writing style. It gets points for being a Bermuda Triangle mystery that doesn't actually involve the Bermuda Leggi tutto
রলিন্সও তাইলে আগডুম বাগডুম লিখতে পারে। আমাদের দেশে তো রলিন্স একটা ব্র্যান্ড হইয়া গেছে, সেই জন্যে তার বই নিয়া আশার পারদও চড়া থাকে। সেই হাইপটা মিট করে নাই এই বইটা। সো সো। সেই একই, 'দুনিয়া ধ্বংস হইয়া গ্যালো রে মমিন' আহাজারি দিয়া শুরু আর 'বাঁইচা গেলাম এইবার, নায়ক আমার সুপারস্টার!' দিয়া শেষ। কিন্ Leggi tutto
অন্য বইগুলোর তুলনায় লেখকের এই বইটা দুর্বল লাগল কেন যেন।
I have said in so many of my reviews of James Rollins books that I am a big fan of his stories. Deep Fathom did not disappoint. We have an eclipse that leaves the US coast in ruins, Air Force One with the President onboard has crashed, and a weird phenomenon smack dab in the middle of the Central Pa Leggi tutto
It seems even experienced writers are not immune to the temptation of wanting a specific outcome badly enough to twist their plot into contortions to get to the end they desire. The politics in this story are ridiculous. While some cynicism is justified, the political decisions aren't realistic or i Leggi tutto
Meh. Back in the days when I really loved Clive Cussler books, James Rollins' stand alones like this one were totally my jam. Fast forward ten years, and I'm a much more critical reader. While the overarching "big-ass crystal from the dawn of time at the bottom of the ocean" story was an intriguing
I love action, thriller, mystery, and sci-fi stories and this book has all of that and more! I was hooked from the time I started reading until the end. I love the creativity and imagination. James Rollins just became one of my favorite authors. In fact, I've decided to read all his books, starting
Interesting. That is the best word I can think of to describe this book. There were times I was extremely bored and times I had adrenaline pumping. There were times my eyes rolled in annoyance and times I smiled along with characters. This was my first Rollins book and will definitely try another. O Leggi tutto
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