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Poseidon's Arrow: Dirk Pitt #22
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Poseidon's Arrow: Dirk Pitt #22 [Format Kindle]

Clive Cussler
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Revue de presse

The Adventure King (Sunday Express)

Cussler is hard to beat (Daily Mail)

Nobody does it better than Clive Cussler, nobody (Stephen Coonts)

Présentation de l'éditeur

Poseidon's Arrow by bestselling Clive Cussler is the twenty-second thrilling Dirk Pitt adventure.

In 1943 a submarine returning from a secret mission is attacked, its vital cargo believed lost . . .

Three quarters of a century later, NUMA director Dirk Pitt is asked to help locate a missing person: the scientist responsible for the design of the revolutionary Poseidon's Arrow submarine. This craft is so advanced and dangerous that any government would kill to posses it - and not only has its designer disappeared, but so too have the plans.

But this is no simple search.

It leads Pitt from Washington to the Panama jungle, draws in the full resources of NUMA, and slowly unravels a deadly conspiracy that seeks to bring the world to its knees- and only Pitt can prevent it.

Poseidon's Arrow follows Artcic Drift, Crescent Dawn and Atlantis Found as the next in the enthralling Dirk Pitt adventures. Clive Cussler is on form as ever, fans of previous work in the Dirk Pitt series will love this as will anyone who has enjoyed work from his NUMA files series of indeed the Fargo adventures.

Praise for Clive Cussler:

'The Adventure King' Sunday Express

'Cussler is hard to beat' Daily Mail

'The guy I read' Tom Clancy

Clive Cussler is the author or co-author of a great number of international bestsellers, including the famous Dirk Pitt®; adventures, such as Arctic Drift; the NUMA®; Files adventures, most recently Medusa; the Oregon Files, such as The Jungle; the Isaac Bell adventures, which began with The Chase; and the highly successful new series - the Fargo adventures. He lives in Arizona.

Détails sur le produit

  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2313 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 529 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0399162925
  • Editeur : Penguin (20 novembre 2012)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1405909870
  • ISBN-13: 978-1405909877
  • ASIN: B009LVOY74
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: n°48.095 dans la Boutique Kindle (Voir le Top 100 dans la Boutique Kindle)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Mesmerizing 4 janvier 2014
Par John T C
In this story, we find Clive Cussler at his best again. Masterful plot, breath-taking pacing, rich characterization and great narrative. Held my interest all the way to the last page. Also, an intriguing title that is very inviting. I wanted to find out what Poseidon's world held this time around and got lead in a masterful manner through this fascinating story. Fast-paced like in Triple Agent, Double Cross, Clive Cussler's Posiedon's Arrow are among the thrilling stories I read in 2013.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Du grand cussler 6 août 2013
Par phenix-v
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Tout çà fait dans le style de la série.
toujours du suspenses et un fond de faits historique.
Les amateurs apprécieront !
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Whatever happened to Clive Cussler? 22 novembre 2012
Par Jerry Saperstein - Publié sur
Time was that a new Dirk Pitt adventure meant several hours happily spent. Cussler had (past tense deliberate) great talent as a storyteller. He weaved fact and fancy into a spellbinding concoction of thrills, chills and, ultimately, a resounding victory over the bad guys.

Not anymore. For a long time, Cussler has listed others as co-authors, which at least is more honest than some of the authors who have become writing factories.

This time out, Cussler gives co-author credit to his son.

Of course, I don't know who wrote what in "Poseidon's Arrow", thus I don't know who to blame for this failure.

Cussler, pere, has always pushed the limits of getting the reader to embrace credulity and accept his often over-the-top storytelling. But with the co-authors involved, the magic simply isn't there. I gave up on his last book in less than 100 pages.

In "Poseidon's Arrow", Cussler begins as he often does with a bit of history, in this case a German submarine being attacked in the Indian Ocean in 1943. Then we abruptly transition to the development of a new class of American submarines. Things start getting shaky though when Cussler introduces an eccentric genius who . . . and that's where I will stop. There are people who may enjoy this book and I don't want to destroy it for them with spoilers.

Suffice it say, though, that Cussler's plotting on this one is thin to point of becoming ludicrous - which is precisely what happens on page 176. I won't tell you what happens, but it is so transparent, so outlandish and so stupid that it killed my interest in the book. On the one hand, the authors want you to accept their characters as being super-smart - and then have them take actions that are just plain stupid and unbelievable. The writing here is high-school level, the author(s) obviously stumped as to how to move the story forward, so they put their faith in the reader being willing to suspend disbelief.

It has worked in different circumstances for Clive Cussler in the past.

But it doesn't work here - and didn't work in his last novel either.

I am disappointed. I won't stop reading new Cussler novels yet, but for the moment, the thrill is gone.

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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Clive, please revive Dirk Pitt... 13 novembre 2012
Par Captain Ron - Publié sur
Pitt-ism's tossed in, predictable, outlandish. When I started with Dirk Pitt 25 years ago while traveling heavily, these were great entertaining reads. And the originals still are (been recently re-reading most of the series). All of the other "Cussler" novels (Fargos, Kurt, Isaac Bell, Oregon) that appear to be mainly written by others I also have found to be quite entertaining. But not the recent Pitt novels co-authored by Dirk Cussler. Clive, please authorize a different good writer to revive Pitt and Al to their former selves, with decent continuity to their younger lives. Bring them back. I've stopped buying most of the recent books, and donated the couple I wasted my money on (only one was reasonably good). I'd like to add more Dirk Pitt to my shelves.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointing 28 janvier 2013
Par Thomas - Publié sur
Having read every single book that Mr. Cussler has written, I was extremely disappointed with this one. The female FBI agent, Ann, was more like a damsel in distress. Who ever heard of an FBI agent that NEVER carried a weapon? She had no sense of anticipation, no fighting skills and needed more rescuing than a helpless nun. And Dirk and Al also seemed to be oblivious of their surroundings and were seemingly captured more than ever before. If they are simply slipping because of their advanced years, the author should write that into the book so that we would know it. Either this is an aberration or old Clive and his offspring have lost their touch.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Straight as an arrow 9 novembre 2012
Par Marcus A. Lewis - Publié sur
The Cusslers' last outing was in November of 2010 when "Crimson Dawn" was released. I think the quality of the writing in "Poseidon's Arrow" is much better than that and certainly head and shoulders above "The Tombs" from just a few months ago.

The year is 1943, and the location is the Indian Ocean. An Italian submarine has been reconfigured to carry cargo rather than being a war machine. When the "Barbarigo" goes down, you know its contents must have some implications in the present. That is the standard Clive Cussler formula, and he almost always does it really well.

I am always pulled in by the plot in Cussler's novels, and it's a treat to have Dirk Pitt back in the field again. If you've been with the series for a long time, you will encounter a lot of your old friends in "Poseidon's Arrow."

A hat tip to Roland Dahlquist for his endpaper and interior illustrations.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Same Old - Same Old 4 janvier 2013
Par Mark M. Baran - Publié sur
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Have always loved the Clussler books, but I'm afraid they have become a bit too predictable. It's as though Clive is begining to use a template and only go through the motions. I know its high adventure, fantasy and a bit tounge in cheek, but I couldnt wait to get to the end of this one as I hate to leave any book unfinished. Readable and mildy amusing but unremarkable.
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