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Iceberg par [Cussler, Clive]
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"Cussler has developed and patented a vibrant, rollicking narrative style that seldom shows signs of relenting." -Chicago Tribune

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The towering iceberg drifting in the North Atlantic was a floating tomb. Embedded in the great gleaming mass was a ship - sealed in so solidly that not even its mast protruded.

Here was a sea mystery to rank alongside the Bermuda Triangle and the Marie Celeste. But for Major Dirk Pitt, top troubleshooter for the National Underwater and Marine Agency, it was also the first link in a fantastic chain of events that would lead him too close - and too often - to violent death. And to the discovery of the most sinister and bizarre conspiracy of the century . . . ICEBERG.


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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 940 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 400 pages
  • Editeur : Sphere; Édition : New Ed (17 septembre 2009)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B002TXZSC6
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No All giordino but a great yarn all the same. Read the book years ago, but on reading it again, the suspense was still there.
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Keep the ideas coming - Bradd Pitt adventure - my husband loves them ... .... .... .... ... .... ....
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Dirk Pitt - Man of Action (and fashion sense). 3 juillet 2002
Par Christopher Leber - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I started reading Cussler beginning with "Atlantis Found" and I have gone back to the begining and have been reading the earlier Pitt novels. I would say "Iceberg" is better than "Pacific Vortex" and on par with the "The Mediteranean Caper." It interesting reading (or watching)the characters who are so well developed in "Inca Gold," "Atlantis Found," and "Valhalla Rising" develop. I was disappointed in the absence of Al in this story, kind of like Holmes without Dr. Watson. Pick this book up if you haven't read it and have read others in the series, but I would start off with "Inca Gold" or "Flood Tide" if you haven't read a Pitt adventure before. The later novels in the series feature strong female characters, however, the female character(s) in this one are just window dressing. It is important for the unread Dirk Pitt reader to know that Cussler has learned to write female chraracters much better at time has gone on.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Another winning adventure for Pitt 8 novembre 2000
Par Jeff Edwards - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
How many times has it been said, 'Nobody does it better than Cussler'? Well novel after terrific novel that holds true in a big way. This was one of Pitt's earliest adventures (yes, even in his pre-Titanic days he kept busy) and just a winning combination of fun and adventure. First we've got a great mystery in the ship frozen inside an iceberg, Dirk acting less than manly in one portion of the book (and when I say less than manly, well you just gotta read it to find out how UN-manly he acts) and a show-down inside the Pirates of the Carribbean at Disneyland--what more could you ask for in a book (other than the obvious absence of Giordino)? From one harrowing cliff-hanger to another, Dirk manages to do his best to pull off the impossible (yet AGAIN) and he does it in style. On occasion if you'll recall, Dirk goes back to his hanger/home at the airport and it's loaded with his cars, and all kinds of items he's collected over the years...well, if you'll recall his plane and ever wondered where it came from, 'Iceberg' will answer that question for you (that is if you ever HAD that question floating around in your noggin' in the first place...). All in all this wouldn't be Cussler's most intellectual novel, but I don't read a Pitt adventure to expand my intellect anyway. I'm looking for pure fun, and that is exactly what 'Iceberg' provided for me. I'm sure it will for you as well.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Early Cussler work still delivers the goods 5 novembre 2004
Par Darren Harrison - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It is close to heretical to say so in Clive Cussler fan circles I am sure, but I enjoyed this Dirk Pitt adventure (the second one published though the third actually written by Clive) precisely because of the absence of Dirks close friend and NUMA colleague Al Giordino.

You see, my favorite novels of the fantasy/action-adventure/thriller genre include those where it is the individual battling the good fight. So I was pleased as I came to realize reading this early Cussler work to find that it was Pitt doing all the investigative work and mixing it up with an assortment of hoods and villains.

One thing I did find distressingly absent from this work was the trademark Cussler style of tying in some seemingly unrelated preludes together. My favorite preludes (I have so far read) is the Viking history and Capt. Nemo chapters that formed the beginning of the later `Valhalla Rising.' I imagine their absence here is due to this being one of Cussler's early works when he was still searching for his own voice and still using Alistair MacLean's style as a template on which to paint Dirk Pitts adventures.

The plot revolves around the discovery of the burnt remnants of a ship encased in an iceberg and sinister goings on that takes Pitt from Iceland to Disney. I really enjoyed the early chapters with Pitt and Dr. Honeywell investigating the iceberg though I was surprised to find the Cold War references somwhat dating the piece.

With some fun action sequences and a decent plot this novel isn't half as bad as some Cussler fans might have you believe. Certainly the author still has yet to hit his stride (a feat he probably first achieved with `Raise the Titanic') and it is almost intolerably politically incorrect in its portrayal of the female characters but for page turning entertainment I liked this novel.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Do we really want to see the feminine side of Dirk Pitt? 2 octobre 1999
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Format: Poche
I am a big Clive Cussler fan. Iceberg, however, does not come close toCussler's best. Where were Al Giordino and Rudi Gunn? These two charactersreally add flavour to Cussler's stories, but they were never mentioned once in Iceberg. I envision Dirk Pitt as a "James Bond" type. His undercover disguise as a gay cross-dresser really seemed odd for Pitt's character. Despite the above-mentionned weaknesses, Iceberg was still entertaining enough to deserve three stars.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Iceberg 15 mars 2004
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
The title of this book is call Iceberg. The setting of the story takes place near Iceland and Alaska. This story is full of suspense which will always keep you wondering what will come next.
The first reason I liked this book is because it is full of mystery. The story starts off that a ship named the Lax got trapped inside of an iceberg. The ship was carrying very important people. A passing plane spotted the ship in the iceberg. The plane marked the spot and said they would come back. They did, in a helicopter. When they took a closer look they relized that there was a hole that looked like it had been drilled in the ship. When they got closer they saw ashes. They could'nt believe that the pile of ashe could actually be the people on the ship. Someone or something had vaporized everyone where they stood. The captain on the bridge. The cook in the gally. And the scientist in his room. As the helicopter left the iceberg, a black airplane attacked them. As they tried to get away the plane fired upon them. In return, they rammed the helicopter into the airplane. Sending the plane and the helicoper plunging into the ocean. The helicoper pilot and a man washed up on the shore. A farmer saw them and loaded them into his pickup truck. On the way to the farmer's house the man who was riding in the helicoper with the pilot died. When they got to the farmers house the pilot called the police. When the police came the pilot realized the men who came were imposters. They were Russian spies who had connections with the black airplane. The pilot and the farmer stopped the spies from killing them. They called the real police.
The second reason I liked this book was that you never know what will happen next. It is full of suspense. In every scene of the story there is always a feel of uneasyness. That is what makes it so interesting.
I recommend this book to kids between the ages of 12 through 14. Because it is very interesting book that has lots of mystery and suspense to make it a fun story to read. I would rate this book four stars.
Overall I think this book is very exciting, interesting and mysterous. It's a great read for someone who likes mystery and suspence that keeps you on the end of your seat.
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