Clive Cussler, “The Grand Master of Adventure,” sends his intrepid heroes Dirk Pitt and Al Giordino on their wildest, boldest mission into the ancient world. Results 1 - 10 of 13 Browse ebooks from the the-dirk-pitt-adventures series to read online or download in epub or PDF format. Atlantis Found (A Dirk Pitt Novel) (Dirk Pitt Adventure series) by Clive Cussler. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format.

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Dirk Pitt has 42 entries in the series. The Mediterranean Caper. Dirk Pitt (Series ). Book 2. Clive Cussler Author (). cover image of Iceberg. Results 1 - 12 of Search results for "dirk pitt adventure" at Rakuten Kobo. Read free previews and reviews from booklovers. Shop eBooks and audiobooks. Read "Atlantis Found (A Dirk Pitt Novel)" by Clive Cussler available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Marine explorer Dirk.

Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. site Edition Verified download. I enjoyed "Black Wind" more on this go-around than I did the first time I read it circa , partially because the plot line seems more timely than ever now with North Korea being such a major news item, but there are still some technical gaffes explained below and the lack of edginess so prevalent in the classic Cussler novels of the s and 80s that prevent me from giving the novel a full 5 stars.

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So, even back then and in non-U. Lookup Steller's sea lions. Lookup "Laissez le bons temps rouler? Basil named for the sea serpent from "Shock Wave? Um, although the AK rifle may have full-auto capability, it's not technically considered a "machine gun.

Our own steel tariffs may still get in the way of an agreement. Or does Dirk actually know how to read Kanji? I'll have to look that one up Promotions to that level of seniority just don't happen that fast nowadays, not even battlefield promotions especially not within the senior NCO ranks! Wow, Dae-jong Kang is the ultimate Cadillac communist!

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Referring to an Ingram Mac as a "burp gun? G8 meeting, how timely! A SIG-Sauer P holds a round magazine, not 13, and moreover, it's supposed to go to slide-lock when out ammo, therefore no "firing pin beat down on an empty chamber. The thing i love most about Clive Cussler books is that they are good, clean, adventure novels that hold your attention, are exciting, and the good guys always win!

And can you imagine a writer can write good, successful books without sex, bad language, and all the other nasty stuff writers and movie directors claim you have to have in order to sell their stuff? This is what sets Clive Cussler apart from the rest.

You'll love his books and you won't have to put them in a drawer so the kids don't read them. Keep up the great work Clive and the other writers who work with you! This story is a contemporary struggle of a power hungry nation to use any means to cause destruction and suffering to US citizens, and the people behind this take pleasure in causing pain.

In this novel, the evil permeates from North Korea, disguised at originating with the Japanese to throw off the US intelligence forces. In the meantime, without government authority, a group of Americans work to ferret out the bad guys. Dirk Pitt is the Arnold Schwarzenneger of Cussler's books.

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He can do anything under any circumstances and still pop up in one piece. Cussler introduces cutting edge technology in underwater equipment and his characters use it and other equipment in interesting ways to trick or stop the enemy. The enemy's threat in this book is unique and readers will be holding their breath to see if it can be stopped, and how, in time to avert catastrophy.

I enjoyed the book but feel Cussler is getting too nefarious with his plots. His villains are taking on a very dastardly nature and I am not always enjoying the books anymore, especially the number of times his heroes and heroins get caught by the bad guys and then have to escape.

Just once I'd like to see them do some reconnoitering, get in and get out, and all without being caught, tortured, etc. I love action but continuously contrived action gets boring after awhile.

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I feel it's time for a Cussler break and decided to begin reading other authors. I absolutely loved Black Wind! How does Cussler do it? This one however is not one of the best.

The old auto chase part is a bit repetitive of several other Cussler books. Still ok read however. I enjoyed this book. I have enjoyed the whole series so far.

This time, though, trouble has found him. From the frigid lakes of Siberia to the hot wastes of the Gobi desert, Dirk Pitt is on the trail of fabled treasure. Rescuing an oil survey team from a freak wave on Russia's Lake Baikal is all in a day's work for adventurers Dirk Pitt and partner Al Giordino. Yet when From the frigid lakes of Sabotage, conspiracy and piracy in the air, and below the waves, finds Dirk Pitt plunged into his most dangerous adventure yet.

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When the luxury cruise lined Emerald Dolphin - powered by a revolutionary new propulsion system - becomes a raging inferno and sinks Sabotage, conspiracy Clive Cussler's Black Wind is the eighteenth Dirk Pitt adventure, and a masterclass in adventure writing. In the dark, final days of World War Two, two submarines set out from Japan bearing a deadly virus destined for US cities.

But neither boat was heard of again Present day: Toggle navigation. New to eBooks. The Dirk Pitt Adventures Series. But my advice is to stay away from The Mediterranean Caper. Cussler is never what you might call politically correct, but this first Pitt story that I only read quite recently sets a new low - very low. Had I read this first I probably never would have picked up another. My pick of the earlier books are Cyclops and Sahara. I know it's out-of-date now, but I did rather like his "Raise the Titanic!

I do find it odd that people including Cussler say how different the movie Sahara was to the book. I don't see that.

Sure it wasn't a verbatim rendition, but I thought it captured the spirit of the Cussler novel very well. It could be that others take the stories more seriously than I ever did.


They're good fun gung-ho American hero stuff, with Dirk the indestructible and his plucky sidekick Al facing impossible odds and - of course - coming out on top: Originally Posted by Pulpmeister. Last edited by mbovenka; at Originally Posted by gmw. OK, let me ask this next question then. I really like James Rollins.

His "individual adventures" Subterranean, Ice Hunt, siteia, etc. But I've gone through most all of these, with only a few left before I'm all done. Cussler is an author I was thinking of as a "replacement" for Rollins, once I finish up all Rollins books.

Is that a reasonable conclusion? L Golemon. My favorite Rollins books are the ones that go into fantastical places - underground worlds, etc. Cussler may or may not be it.

Drib Track Posts by Dr. Drib via RSS. Originally Posted by Dr. These sound very cartoonish.

If so, I might enjoy them. Well, I've gone all these years encountering his name in airports, in used bookstores, garage sales, and yet never read a word.

Originally Posted by ZodWallop. From what I remember of my brother's description of the book he read, cartoonish would be accurate.

Luxury passenger submarines and a biplane duel. It made James Bond seem grounded in gritty realism by comparison.

All times are GMT The time now is Mark Forums Read. User Name. Remember Me? Tip Got Facebook?ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Keep up the great work Clive and the other writers who work with you! Early Cussler "Dirk Pitt" novels. site Edition Verified download.

My title is Mister Pitt. Read more Clive Cussler sends his great hero on an explosive mission in Atlantis Found , the fifteenth Dirk Pitt adventure.

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