(Download) Black Wind Author Clive Cussler

Summary Black Wind

Ical virus Neither sub made it to the designated targetBut that does not mean they were lostSomeone knows about the subs and what they bore knows too where they might be and has an extraordinary plan in store for the prize inside a scheme that could reshape the world as we know it All that stands. More entertaining the second time aroundI enjoyed Black Wind on this go around than I did the first time I read it circa 2005 partially because the plot line seems 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 1970s and 80s that prevent me from giving the novel a full 5 starschokengtitiktitikchokeng 8 the Bungo Strait shades of Run Silent Run DeepLookup Seiran floatplane p 11 Naval authority on submarines was notably relaxed even in the Japanese Navy Time Life Books War Under the Pacific noted the same thingSo even back then and in non US countries sub crews got better chow than the rest of the Navy eh p 17 Lookup Farragut class destroyer USS Theodore Knight p 29 Lookup Steller s sea lions Lookup Laissez le b

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Black Wind

Clive Cussler's dazzling new Dirk Pitt adventureIn the waning days of World War II the Japanese tried a last desperate measure a different kind of kamikaze mission this one carried out by two submarines bound for the West Coast of the United States their cargo a revolutionary new strain of biolog. You know what you re getting with a Clive Cussler novel The format s all a bit cut and paste whoever is introduced in the first section will die and leave behind some dastardly way of destroying the world then NUMA will stumble across it and almost avert disaster but the baddies will win round one and then all the same cat and mouse will happen again but this time NUMA will save the world in the nick of time Still usually the series is a good escapist read but this one was just dull Far far too long and drawn out with long dull breaks in the action When there was action although as unbelievable as ever it lacked the humour and character development to pull it through One of my main irritations with this book is that Cussler has written himself in as a character Usually this is done a bit tongue in cheek and he s a hapless bus driver or something but this time he

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In the way are three people a marine biologist named Summer a marine engineer named Dirk and their father Dirk Pitt the new head of NUMA Pitt has faced devastating enemies before and has even teamed up with his children to track them down But never has he looked upon the face of pure eviluntil n. A North Korean agent has become a billionaire in South Korean When he learns of biological weapons aboard two Japanese World War II submarines he plans to attack America blaming Japan and reunite Korea under the North s rule Hundreds of thousands of lives are at stake


10 thoughts on “Black Wind

  1. says:

    Time for another Clive Cussler WednesdayDuring World War 2 a Japanese submarine off the west coast of the US is sunk It contains some kind of germ warfare Now years later some group wants to use it for their own ends The Dirks Pitt and company have to save us all againPretty exciting Most of the book focuses on Dirk Jr but Dirk and

  2. says:

    You know what you're getting with a Clive Cussler novel The format's all a bit 'cut and paste' whoever is introduced in the first section will die and leave behind some dastardly way of destroying the world then NUMA will st

  3. says:

    It's been so long since I've read a Clive CusslerDirk Pitt adventure and I've read many mixed reviews on the ones

  4. says:

    Cheesy beyond all reasoning If you like seeing super classic evil dudes with nefarious plots waging war against chivalrous daring uber lucky hyper intelligent when they aren't putting themselves in danger for absolutely no reason lady killer heroes who can do everything James Bond can without any of the training even make corny puns like I w

  5. says:

    A fun but long adventure story written in true Clive Cussler fashion North Korea biological weapons and space rock

  6. says:

    More entertaining the second time aroundI enjoyed Black Wind on this go around than I did the first time I read it circa 2005 partially because the plot line seems 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 1970s and 80s that prevent me from giving the nov

  7. says:

    Another fun read from Cussler with the usual cast of characters and all the action and adventure you expect

  8. says:

    I read a lot of Clive Cussler books many years back and remembered thoroughly enjoying them so decided to pick one up again I don't know if my tastes have changed or these books were always so predictable but Black Wind was eye rollingly bad The outcome was apparent from page 1 and all the characters are infallible super heroes Bleh

  9. says:

    A North Korean agent has become a billionaire in South Korean When he learns of biological weapons aboard two Japanese World War II submarines he plans to attack America blaming Japan and reunite Korea under the North's rule Hundreds of thousands of lives are at stake

  10. says:

    Its amazing how many books have pandemics scenarios involved and I loved how Dirk Pitt's sister and father are in it