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ISBN:0425235823
Author: Clive Cussler
ISBN13: 978-0425235829
Title: Medusa
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Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Inc.

Medusa by Clive Cussler



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The pacific ocean, 1848. IN ALL HIS YEARS SAILING THE WORLD’S OCEANS, CAPTAIN Horatio Dobbs had never known the sea to be so barren. The captain paced the quarterdeck of the New Bedford whaling ship Princess, gray eyes darting like twin lighthouse beams to every point of the compass. The Pacific was a disk-shaped blue desert. No spouts feathered the horizon.

For seven books, Clive Cussler has dazzled readers with the spine-tingling adventures (Chicago Tribune) of Kurt Austin, Joe Zavala, and the rest of the NUMA® Special Assignments Team, but in Medusa the NUMA® team faces what may be its most perilous mission of all. In the Micronesian Islands, a top secret, .

Author: Clive Cussler. At the same time, off Bermuda, a bathysphere is attacked by an underwater vehicle and left helpless a half mile below the surface, its Zavala-left to die.

NUMA Files – 8). Prologue. The pacific ocean, 1848.

Clive Cussler, Paul Kemprecos. Скачать (epub, 419 Kb).

In the Micronesian Islands, a top secret, . Only Kurt Austin's heroic measures save them from a watery grave, but, suspecting a connection, Austin puts the NUMA(r) team on the case. He has no idea what he's just gotten them all into.

Medusa is a Kurt Austin novel, of the series NUMA Files. This book is the eighth of that series. This novel centers around the exploits of Clive Cussler's characters Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala. These two and other members of NUMA respond to several mysterious incidents.

For seven books, Clive Cussler has dazzled readers with the "spine-tingling adventures" (Chicago Tribune) of Kurt Austin, Joe Zavala, and the rest of the NUMA Special Assignments Team, but in Medusa the NUMA team faces what may be its most perilous mission of all. government– sponsored undersea lab conducting vital biomedical r For seven books, Clive Cussler has dazzled readers with the "spine-tingling adventures" (Chicago Tribune) of Kurt Austin, Joe Zavala, and the rest of the NUMA Special Assignments Team, but in Medusa the.

Medusa is Clive Cussler's eighth NUMA files novel featuring hero Kurt Austin. In the Micronesian Islands, a top-secret US undersea lab vanishes. At the same time, off Bermuda, a bathysphere operated by NUMA and overseen by Kurt Austin is attacked and becomes stranded half a mile below the surface. Only quick thinking and bold action will save the crew - which includes the head of a certain, now-missing undersea lab - from a watery grave. Austin is convinced both events are connected, and he puts NUMA on the case.

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Reviews: 7
Olwado
I've read ~30 Clive Cussler books and enjoy them despite their somewhat predictable plot layout and pace. Perhaps having read so many of his books they come as little to no surprise. The details vary of course but the overall tempo and series of character interactions seems like a common thread. For me the predictability does not detract from the reading enjoyment. I suspect that is because I suspend disbelief when I pick up one his books because they're fiction.
Auridora
I have read many of Cussler's books. Each of them are great. Its easier knowing the characters from book-to-book. The story lines are always great. They are different enough that I can't see what is going to happen or predict who is the bad guy or what the reason is for the problem they face.
Thanks for good reading. There is usually not any graphic sex scenes or gory detailed descriptions. The wars or fights are detailed but not so much that it is hard to read.
Musical Aura Island
Full disclosure, I'm a Clive Cussler fan. Although I haven't read all of his books yet, I currently own all of them that are currently released and am just a bit behind in my reading. This is another "Kurt Austin Adventure" written with Paul Kemprecos. For me, the book started slow for about the first third of the book. In my opinion, this is not typical for Clive Cussler or a "Kurt Austin" story. However, the story line did pick up and it had an ending made for a movie. This story has it all, from surface ships to submarines, to exotic places to medicine and science. Well done to Clive and Paul. Highly recommended!
Skillet
My wife is a dedicated Clive Cussler fan & I get these books for her but I read them as well. Cussler is always good. Though some of his stuff is purely fantasy (Raising the Titanic, etc.) they still make a good story. The way he has transitioned from the early DIRK Pitt to Numa, Fargo & Oregan series has been good. I will always be a Clive Cussler fan RAG
Mash
Haven't gotten to the end yet...I miss Dirk Pitt though...Austin isn't too bad. You can't say Cussler isn't prolific...biggest problem I have is remembering if I read this, that or another! :)
Goldcrusher
I've read the first 7 books in this series and this is the best one so far. I liked the plot and especially one bad guy. Loved the first part of the book. Great ending
Conjulhala
I truly enjoyed this book. While following the standard "heroes vs zeros" tale & all the subplots & escapes that border on the impossible, this book took some unexpected turns that kept me even more interested than I thought I would be (I read all of Cussler's books). The overall premise - that the ocean could hold the key to solving diseases - could've been explored a little more, a minor complaint. I'll read again in a couple months to get more out of this one.
Just a wonderfully entertain story with twist and turns with a "wow"factor. Cannot wait to get to#9 For more adventure