Sacred Stone (Oregon Files Series #2)

Sacred Stone (Oregon Files Series #2)

by Clive Cussler, Craig Dirgo
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Sacred Stone (Oregon Files Series #2) 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 135 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the things i often enjoy about cussler's work is how he shows the so-called "bad guys" in a layered way that gives you something to think about. Another solidly written enjoyable book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is definitely a step up from Cusslers first book on the Oregon files. A lot more cohesive. Hopefully he cuts down on the number of characters a little in other books in this series (I'm reading them in order). Plenty of action.
BonsaiRM More than 1 year ago
I like the Oregon files better than the Pitt series. I like the characters and how theyve been developed.
GROGTX More than 1 year ago
Loved Dirk Pitt novels, but this one was just TOO busy. At times good reading but mostly 2 or 3 sentences and a change of scene.TOO many balls in the air at once. I got within 40 pages of the end and just gave up. Couldn't follow all the characfers and plot lines. Don't waste your time on this one. Avid reader, GROGTX
KLT More than 1 year ago
If you are a Cussler fan this is standard fare in the Oregon Files. A good read, but not a page burner. The plot is right out of today's headlines and is well developed.
bighalfromsactocal More than 1 year ago
This was a great read. It is the third of the Oregon files I have read and enjoyed it very much. The last 50 or so pages were extremely exciting. I like the short chapters and the fact that the author keeps a large number of balls in the air at the same time. The Oregon Series is an interesting contrast to the Dirk Pitt series and the Kurt Austin/NUMA series since there is a bunch of hero characters instead of a single one or two with Dirk and Kurt's sidekicks. I am definitely a Clive Cussler booster.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There has been much criticism surrounding the factual details within this book. Sure, the book clearly shows how the authors have never studied a map of the UK, and perhaps some people might get annoyed at the inaccuracies of train station announcements, but these are just small details and can be forgiven seeing as this is not real life, but a work of fiction! So what if the book puts Edinburgh west of Glasgow, it's not a geography book, but an adventure novel set in a make believe world. It would be nice if facts could be researched, but I feel that many publishers put such stringent deadlines on these mass paperback authors that they simply don't have the time to fact check the smaller things. It's also obvious that most of this book is written by Craig Dirgo, and that Cussler's name is on it because he invented the character in a Dirk Pitt novel. The style is very different from his others, and it does tend to jump about and it's sometimes hard to keep up. However, all this aside, the book is an enjoyable read and it did keep me wanting to turn the pages to see what happens next, which is always the mark of a good author. I put another unfinished book down to read this Cussler book, and did not regret it. Which goes to show that his work is still a cut above the rest.
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A great read
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Clive does it once more- this is a good ebook.
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