Dark Watch (Oregon Files Series #3)

Dark Watch (Oregon Files Series #3)

by Clive Cussler, Jack Du Brul
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Dark Watch (Oregon Files Series #3) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 123 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This has to rank as one of the better, if not the best Clive Cussler has written about the adventures of the Oregon and her crew. I found it difficult to put the book down, always spending another hour or two reading follow on chapters. Wish there was more from him on the crew of the Oregon. Would certainly make a good subject for a movie, but given how Hollywood screwed up a couple of his previous books, he probably would not even want to suggest same. But, and excellent piece of work, no doubt about it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
but I just can't imagine why they'd charge double for the e-book vs the paperback. I really like the ability to have the "book" on my phone, that's very convenient however, it's not worth the cost...
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a long time Cussler fan. I was very disappointed in the book 'Black Wind' in which Clive Cussler teamed with his son Dirk. Big Mistake! Dirk does not have Clive's talent. But Clive's collaboration with Jack DuBrul hit the mark. Dark Watch is a compelling read. Bravo. Buy it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My husband and son have been reading Clive Cussler for years. I figured he was just a "man's" writer, and that I couldn't possibly be interested in his books. Well, one night about six month's ago, I had nothing to read--this was before I got my Nook. I picked up one of Cussler's books (an Oregon File) and have been in love ever since! He is my favorite new author! And thanks to Barnes and Noble and my Nook, I can read Cussler's books nonstop!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent book full of intrigue. He does an excellent job of have multiple plots without leaving anything dangling. I do find in this series that there are many structural characteristics of the story that are predictable.
P_Murder More than 1 year ago
It's a good cussler to me worth the read
Guest More than 1 year ago
USA Today Best-selling author Jack Du Brul takes the reigns of Clive Cussler¿s successful Oregon Files series and debuts with a knock-out punch in the just released, Dark Watch. Du Brul sets the tone right off the bat with a plausible plot, a breath of fresh air in a time when outlandish scenarios fill the pages of similar adventure novels. This action-packed high seas adventure places the main character, Juan Cabrillo and the crew of the Oregon in a race for time as pirates and smugglers work the coasts of China and Japan. It¿s a plot worthy of the finest Dirk Pitt adventure and places the Oregon Files where it belongs, in the high echelon of the best action-adventure novels. Readers will put this book down and immediately want more from this author. The good news is he already has a successful series of adventures published (Vulcan¿s Forge, Charon¿s Landing, The Medusa Stone, River of Ruin, and Deep Fire Rising) and another on the way in 2006. I highly recommend this adventure and all the other published work by this excellent author!
Anonymous 7 months ago
Exciting, great heroic characters, has everything; suspense, tons of action, humor, bad guys getting what they deserve, love "stuff", great technological and historical accuracy.. you'll love it !
Anonymous 9 months ago
Very good read
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Formulaic adventure story and typical of Cussler's books of the type, but taken for what it is it's entertaining. A little wild in places, requiring some suspension of belief, but a reasonably satisfying way to pass the time without a lot heavy thought. I've read several of the Oregon stories and enjoyed them all.
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Foxxboy More than 1 year ago
If you have read even one of Clive Cussler's Dirk Pitt/NUMA novels, you already know how addictive his work is. Add Jack DuBrul's magic touch (beginning with this installment of the Oregon Series) and you will be instantly hooked. Juan Cabrillo and his band of merry mercenaries (who pick and choose their jobs based on how white their hat gets to be) will absolutely cast a spell on you, keep you up well into the night and make you beam every time you close a book and scramble to open the next. This cast of characters was introduced to the world in FLOOD TIDE, Clive's story of massive illegal immigration and attempted destruction of the Mississippi delta region. If you're a stickler for reading stories in their chronological order, you really must start there. This series expands on the Oregon and her crew and establishes a new standard for fictional heroes. I cannot recommend this book about modern day Asian pirates highly enough.
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