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Please, if you have seen the movie but have not read the book, do yourself a favor and pick up a copy The movie was absolute shit A complete bastardization of a great read 3 4 of the book was not there The actors sucked and the screen playI have no words The characters as Cussler writes them are fantastic You get so wrapped up in this book you will not go to bed until you finish it The story starts out with a bang and just keeps twisting and turning This is not pulitzer material but i Please, if you have seen the movie but have not read the book, do yourself a favor and pick up a copy The movie was absolute shit A complete bastardization of a great read 3 4 of the book was not there The actors sucked and the screen playI have no words The characters as Cussler writes them are fantastic You get so wrapped up in this book you will not go to bed until you finish it The story starts out with a bang and just keeps twisting and turning This is not pulitzer material but it is a shit load of fun to read You will not be dissapointed I promise [[ DOWNLOAD EPUB ]] ⇺ Sahara ↡ Tre sono le lettere del puzzle l inspiegabile scomparsa avvenuta neldella corazzata Texas , punta di diamante della Marina confederata la sparizione dell intrepida aviatrice Kitty Mannock della quale non si hanno pi notizie daluna devastante marea rossa che, nel , sta per chiudere in una morsa letale il mondo e tutti i suoi abitanti Il controllo politico e finanziario di un intera nazione lo scopo dello spietato Zateb Kazim una ricchezza subitanea e vertiginosa unico desiderio di Yves Massarde, imprenditore senza scrupoli la salvezza dell umanit da un epidemia che fa impazzire gli individui rendendoli cannibali la speranza della dottoressa Eva Rojas, donna affascinante quanto determinata il ritrovamento di una nave in mezzo al deserto il sogno di un pioniere coraggioso e un po matto che si chiama Clive Cussler Eppure un uomo solo riuscir ad avere in mano le tre tessere e a comporre cos un puzzle il cui disegno finale destinato a sconvolgere la Storia se poi quest uomo si chiama Dirk Pitt, potete star certi che il gioco sar lungo e pericoloso This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is the first book I ve ever read that the movie is much better than the book Skip the book, see the movie Mr Cussler redundantly over explains even the most simplistic and obvious things and doesn t take full advantage of third person prose or even simple dialogue His use of a dozen different plots is exhausting and completely unbelievable In one book our hero saves the world from total oxygen depletion, takes down a dictator s regime, discovers a Civil War ironclad in the middle of th This is the first book I ve ever read that the movie is much better than the book Skip the book, see the movie Mr Cussler redundantly over explains even the most simplistic and obvious things and doesn t take full advantage of third person prose or even simple dialogue His use of a dozen different plots is exhausting and completely unbelievable In one book our hero saves the world from total oxygen depletion, takes down a dictator s regime, discovers a Civil War ironclad in the middle of the desert, stumbles upon the body and wreckage of a lost famous female pilot, uncovers a conspiracy to cover up the real demise of Abraham Lincoln, takes control of a dirty nuclear disposal site, frees a score of slaves in a gold mine, destroys one of the most wealthy and corrupt men in the world, successfully defends said slaves in an old fort from fighter jets, tanks and 2000 soldiers with just 40 people and luck And that s not mentioning the fact that the way he inserts himself into the story is distracting and inane Do not waste your time I saw the movie then read the book It wasn t bad, but was definitely a candy read A lot of unlikely events come together to make this a non stop thriller Suspension of disbelief is a must from the get go, but there is enough logic overall to make it enjoyable Pitt reminds me of a modern James Bond from the movies not the books in that he s the man s man, equally at home underwater or climbing a mountain, with top skills in just about everything, handsome, witty, Well, you get th I saw the movie then read the book It wasn t bad, but was definitely a candy read A lot of unlikely events come together to make this a non stop thriller Suspension of disbelief is a must from the get go, but there is enough logic overall to make it enjoyable Pitt reminds me of a modern James Bond from the movies not the books in that he s the man s man, equally at home underwater or climbing a mountain, with top skills in just about everything, handsome, witty, Well, you get the picture.Cussler is definitely a writer to read rather than listen to as I realized with Atlantis Found although that entire plot was a train wreck He s not a great writer, rather too wordy for me those words often get him into trouble One of these days I might get around to reading one of the earlier books in the series, but I certainly won t read any later ones I can t say with any certainty, but it seems to me that Cussler is cranking them out getting wilder ideas as the series goes on Time for another Clive Cussler Wednesday For a guy working for Numa, Dirk Pitt spends a lot of time in the desert.I watched the movie based on this book several times It wasn t so bad, but fairly generic, and Matthew McConaughey is not really action hero material I can see why Hollywood wanted to make a movie based on this I can see why they decided to change parts of the book I can see why Clive Cussler became disgusted with the whole thing.To the bookDirk Pitt is called to find the sour Time for another Clive Cussler Wednesday For a guy working for Numa, Dirk Pitt spends a lot of time in the desert.I watched the movie based on this book several times It wasn t so bad, but fairly generic, and Matthew McConaughey is not really action hero material I can see why Hollywood wanted to make a movie based on this I can see why they decided to change parts of the book I can see why Clive Cussler became disgusted with the whole thing.To the bookDirk Pitt is called to find the source of a mysterious pollutant that is causing a red tide capable of ending all life on the planet He and his partners sail on the River Niger to find it Of course, it s in the worst possible spot Pitt wrangles with the dictator of Mali and a French billionaire to save the world.Great stuff, lots of derring do Cli fi fans should also enjoy it Okay Statements like this got the feminist inside of me all sorts of angry Like most women, Eva couldn t resist a take charge man Like too many women who are drawn to aloof men who treat them indifferently, she could not help herself from falling in love with him Strangely, it was Pitt and not the woman who saw a magnificence in the parched and hostile landscape, despite the fact that it had almost killed him To a man, the Aussies climbed the steep bank to express their thanks and hear Okay Statements like this got the feminist inside of me all sorts of angry Like most women, Eva couldn t resist a take charge man Like too many women who are drawn to aloof men who treat them indifferently, she could not help herself from falling in love with him Strangely, it was Pitt and not the woman who saw a magnificence in the parched and hostile landscape, despite the fact that it had almost killed him To a man, the Aussies climbed the steep bank to express their thanks and heartily shake Pitt and Giordino s hands What does that even mean To a man I m just confused Why was that even written as the opening for that particular sentence It didn t make any sense Unless it was men express their gratitude by climbing up steep banks and heartily shaking hands with other men Whatever.So I tried to remind myself that this story was written in the 90 s so I should give the author a break, right HmmmBut then I read sentences like this and the human being inside of me started to really not like the author Muriel Hoag was quite tall and built like a starving fashion model She wore no makeup, which was just as well A complete makeover by Beverly Hills top beauty salon would have been a wasted effort Evan Holland looked like a basset hound contemplating a frog in his dish His ears were two sizes too large for his head His companion was a woman who was built like a gravel truck whose bed was fully loaded She was dressed in a dirty loose fitting dress that stopped short of the knees, revealing legs that were as thick as telephone poles Ultimately, you re either Dirk Pitt and Eva Rojas or you re ugly Like Really ugly.But then I read sentences like this and I found myself wanting to hide out of pure embarrassment for what was happening Eva stumbled, barley able to keep on her feet, as Pitt helped her to where the laborers assembled Al and I will get through, he promised her But you ve got to hang on until we return with an armed force to rescue you and these other poor souls Now I have reason for living, she said softly I ll be waiting He kissed her on the lips and the bruises on her face lightly PS They ve known each other the total of one day Actually,like 4 hours Pretty much he saved her from being murdered and then they had dinner That s it Seriously Now I have reason for living BLAH Giordino shook his head slowly, wonderingly, from side to side It would have been the easiest thing in the world to lie back on the ground, and let death peacefully carry him off to oblivion The temptation was overwhelming But deep inside him beat a heart that wouldn t quit and a brain that could not die without a fight So Dramatic.Also Dirk Pitt s perfectness is ridiculous Great survival adventure with zombies and toxic waste all on top of a shocking conspiracy theory I know that movies never ever live up to the books they were based on, but this one takes the cake If I heard right, Cussler even tried to sue the movie for using his character names and book title because the movie was so far from the book The characters were all wrong, the plot was missing its key element and the action that movies usually can replicate to a degree was boring But, the book st Great survival adventure with zombies and toxic waste all on top of a shocking conspiracy theory I know that movies never ever live up to the books they were based on, but this one takes the cake If I heard right, Cussler even tried to sue the movie for using his character names and book title because the movie was so far from the book The characters were all wrong, the plot was missing its key element and the action that movies usually can replicate to a degree was boring But, the book still rocks I loved this book, it was one of my favorite until some of his new ones came out I love the surprise ending, it was a great book and the movie was great fun If all you have seen is the movie then you have missed the best part of the duo The combination of Al and Dirk is so good in this book just like in their other books where they are together They play well off of each other and the story moves forward as seen through their eyes Even though you know that everything will be all right these I loved this book, it was one of my favorite until some of his new ones came out I love the surprise ending, it was a great book and the movie was great fun If all you have seen is the movie then you have missed the best part of the duo The combination of Al and Dirk is so good in this book just like in their other books where they are together They play well off of each other and the story moves forward as seen through their eyes Even though you know that everything will be all right these books are still fun to read Love you CLIVE CUSSLER The best part of his books is that the language and sex is minimal or non existence I am a great fan of action adventure and Cussler is like one of the superstars of this genre I meant to read his book for a long time and Finally i finished Sahara And believe me it was worth the wait I am glad that I ve started Cussler with this one D Full on action right from the start Evil industrialists, corrupt governments, an ecological disaster in the making that couldsee the end of all life on earth And of course there is a hot chick in distress The story has been broken into 3 I am a great fan of action adventure and Cussler is like one of the superstars of this genre I meant to read his book for a long time and Finally i finished Sahara And believe me it was worth the wait I am glad that I ve started Cussler with this one D Full on action right from the start Evil industrialists, corrupt governments, an ecological disaster in the making that couldsee the end of all life on earth And of course there is a hot chick in distress The story has been broken into 3 pieces which have been methodically put together.1865, A ironclad Confederate ship, the Texas is lost at sea amidst a raging battle, all the while playing host to an impossible man.1931, Kitty Mannock crash lands into a Sahara Desert in the middle of trying to break a world record, only to be found 60 years later Present Day, The world is facing extinction in the form of oxygen depletion due to someunknown source in Western Africa.I enjoyed the depth to this book The historical fiction aspect that Cussler brings in is an interesting element He takes a greatstory line, in and of itself, and throws in some historical based plots that enrich the reading experience This was a unique read for me and I am now moving on to other Cussler novels.Brilliant twists and turns A must read for fans of the fast paced action genre Overdone and convoluted Though certainly containing some intriguing mystery, the writing is very bland and unexciting the action is ridiculous and unnecessarily violent the dialogue is flat and limited to lengthy tech talk that would make a star fleet engineer s head spin and the character development is basic at best Further, this book is pretty sexist take this passage Like most women, Eva couldn t resist a take charge man On the other hand, the movie is actually way better, and Overdone and convoluted Though certainly containing some intriguing mystery, the writing is very bland and unexciting the action is ridiculous and unnecessarily violent the dialogue is flat and limited to lengthy tech talk that would make a star fleet engineer s head spin and the character development is basic at best Further, this book is pretty sexist take this passage Like most women, Eva couldn t resist a take charge man On the other hand, the movie is actually way better, and has brisk, witty dialogue fun and mostly believable action intriguing historical mysteries good humor and great acting Advice Don t bother with this book Watch the movie it has better writing