Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Ninth installment in the Dirk Pitt ocean-bottom salvage saga (Raise the Titanic, Cyclops, Treasure), with a dramatic upgrading in the writing. This time out, Cussler keeps a tight plot under a favoring wind and does not fill out his 416 pages with a surplus of subplots—though, to be sure, the story builds on Saturday-matinee cliffhangers and has the usual aircraft blueprints, as well as the ... Read full review

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Review: Dragon (Dirk Pitt #10)

User Review  - Steve Sarrica - Goodreads

Dirk Pitt is more James Bond than Bond in this outting. Some good ideas are marred a bit by predictable bad guys and a sub-plot about a WWII bomber that provides a deus ex machina ending. Cussler ... Read full review

Review: Dragon (Dirk Pitt #10)

User Review  - Carl Kleine - Goodreads

So....This was my first cussler book... It's a fun book... Unrealistic ... A bit hard to swallow but it's fun... I do love Dirk Pitt even if he is a bit of a sexist male-chovanistic "stud".... Read full review

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