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Final Option Cussler, Clive, Morrison, Boyd

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Additional information

Éditeur ‏ : ‎

Wheeler Publishing Large Print; Large Print édition (27 novembre 2019)

Langue ‏ : ‎

Anglais

Belle reliure ‏ : ‎

579 pages

ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎

1432871234

ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎

978-1432871239

Poids de l'article ‏ : ‎

794 g

Dimensions ‏ : ‎

14.48 x 3.05 x 21.84 cm

Commentaires client :

4 781 évaluations

10 reviews for Final Option Cussler, Clive, Morrison, Boyd

  1. Blueyorky

    Like all the Oregan Fiies this does not disappoint. From the beginning to the end you want to keep reading. Following on from previous adventures they fight for the good.

  2. Kindle Customer

    A brilliant read with an unlikely outcome which makes the reader not want to put the book down. It will be interesting to follow this as it is certainly up there with the best this duo have ever written. Cannot recommend it highly enough.

  3. Barbara Garwell

    I just love CC’s books. This was an exceptional read. Although would have been nice if some twit didn’t give part of the ending away though. I download his books, but it does take me a while to start it, as its like opening a Christmas present, that I don’t want it to end its that good, and once its read, its read. Look forward to his next Oregon book. Read all his Dirk Pitt books, up to when the twins appeared, then just dropped them, and took on the Oregon books

  4. Adam

    What is wrong with people that they keep giving huge spoilers in the title or text of their review? Don’t be so selfish and let others enjoy it too! As for the book, probably the best Oregon one yet, and one of Clive’s best for a long time. Excellent.

  5. Graham W

    I’m an avid reader of Cussler novels especially the Oregon file. The headline was the best one yet, so I expected something special. I was not disappointed at all. This was fast paced from the beginning. The storyline was linked well to tie Tate as the “bad” Cabrillo and thrown in was a set up for treason involving all the characters who were in the know. How all this was untangled by a savvy Cabrillo and his bunch of loyal experts and friends. I don’t know how Cussler will top this but I sure hope he tries really hard

  6. sandra colmam

    Have always liked the oregon files books, but this one was exceptional. Very sad at the demise of the ship. Hopefully the series will continue with another one.

  7. Kindle Customer

    A brilliant read, I love the Corporation and was so sad to read the end of the Oregon, but dying whilst ending its doppelganger _ what a way to go, can’t wait for the next one and the secrets the ship will hold.

  8. Kindle Customer

    Clive Cussler is an outstanding story teller, l could not put this with the rest of the books in this series it just gets better and better. I would recommend this series to anyone who enjoys a good thriller

  9. Taking it Easy

    Clive Cussler always tells an excellent yarn and “The Oregon Files” are some of my favourites.Somehow, however far fetched the tale, the more I enjoy it. This one (co-authored with Boyd Morrison) is right out there – as a doppelganger of the Oregon threatens Juan, the crew, the ship and even the CIA!I enjoyed every bit and couldn’t put the book down. He may not be everyone’s cup of yea but, if you like Clive Cussler books, you’ll enjoy this one!

  10. Myles Rees

    The oregon files were a bit of a happy accident in the numa files but are my favourite Cussler books and this is the best of them all.

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