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on 19 December 2016
As usual the story is well written. Exploring ultimate power taken by a singular mind who wants to remove free will from the world.
Why is it that people who think they have everything figured out wish to bully everyone into thier believes. Even though the best they can offer is "Faith". Forgetting that the people who started these ideas, only wished to have the enlightened.
People only take what they want, then beat it into others, literally.
Forgetting that enlighten people see the whole picture.
You can't end a journey, before its at an end...
Just like this book, you become enlightened at the very end.
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on 1 May 2018
This was the first book that I started with and enjoyed it so much I went back to the start of the series. Having reached up to it again I re-read it. It was better than the first time.
Highly recommend this book and the rest of the series.
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VINE VOICEon 4 May 2011
The plot is outlined above. What can I add other than this is again a novel from the master with action, adventure and unforgetable characters. Clive Cussler (who always makes a personal appearance)is without doubt the master of the "Ripping Yarn" (sorry, love that phrase). I look foward to his very novel and have yet to be disappointed. Money well spent on this great book. Juan Cabrillo and the crew of the Oregon have undergone many hair-raising adventures before - but never one quite like this. This time Cabrillo and his team travel from Aghanistan/Pakistan/Northern Thailand (real jungle territory) to prevent global domination one more time! The novel is very up to date in it political asperations and apart from that a terrific fun read. The Jungle (Oregon Files 8)
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on 20 July 2017
This was a really great read, enjoyed it from start to finish.
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on 19 July 2012
Another in the "Oregon Files" series by Messrs Cussler/Du Brul. Set chiefly in Myanmar it starts with the company rescuing an Indonesian child held by the Taliban for his distraught father then proceeds to a search for a Swiss millionaires missing daughter.Thrills,spills and kills are delivered in copious quantities. Later in the book the U.S President is given an opportunity to end all handouts to Israel and Pakistan; sadly he passes.
Overall an excellent read.
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on 14 February 2018
Great read
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on 13 May 2012
I do enjoy a good cussler and this is a good cussler,

The plot has a good tempo, a new team member and lots of twists along the way, we learn a bit more background of the 'members' and the start of the corporation.

Some of the books I feel like i've read before and I thought he may be losing his edge, this one though feels like the story has a bit of depth and has been given time to develope in the writters mind before putting it to paper.

It has continious action and suprises, a good book for action readers.

In my opinion as a no-one...... its the best oregon file so far
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on 2 August 2017
Another gripping yarn from a top story teller.
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on 26 January 2016
Another great book by Clive Cussler, he really is a great adventure writer.
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on 30 August 2017
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