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|tonym5||Posted on May 20 2008, 03:36 AM|
|A realistic tale of a Hero who is no longer as agile but still can kick butt when it's necessary. This is a gritty tale of surviving deserts, mountains, and Lake Baikal, a true test of a man's mettle and still can then piece together what he is up against. This is one epic adventure tale that will take your breath away.|
|pink little birdie||Posted on Jan 1 2007, 08:04 AM|
| This book is full of the old heart stopping acton of Dirk Pitt.
it's great read it (goes without saying)
|Raess||Posted on Dec 30 2006, 04:39 AM|
|Just finished Treasure of Khan, thoroughly enjoyed it. Glad they were able to fit everyone in.|
|Sandecker Fan||Posted on Dec 28 2006, 12:50 AM|
|Yeahhh I got the book for Christmas. Just finished reading it about an hour ago. What can I say except "Hail Hail the gangs all here" Of course I think Sandecker should have been in it more.|
|Joseph||Posted on Dec 22 2006, 02:27 AM|
|I just got my copy from the library yesterday, its excellent so far.|
|Richard Palmer||Posted on Dec 19 2006, 04:44 PM|
| Richard had eye surgery so I am reading for him right now. We both thoroughly enjoyed the Treasure of Kahn. I can tell when Dirk is writing and when it is Clive. It will take me a little bit to get comfortable with Dirk, although Black Wind was great. He just has a slightly different rhythm to his writing and a few words he throws in that just aren't old enough for Clive to use. The book was great and I loved the different plots that all tie together so nicely. Enjoyed the journey around Mongolia, with the dry dusty winds here, if I stepped into the yard and ate a mouthful of dirt it almost felt like I was with Pitt and Giordino walking across the desert again......Poor Al he get dragged through some nasty situation with his boss.
He deserves a great big glass of something at the end of these hikes.
Thank you for another day of exciting reading. I didn't put it down but read all night, then had to re read it for Richard. Just finished my 3rd time through and still like it as much as I did the first.
Jo-Ann E. Palmer
|bookworm||Posted on Dec 15 2006, 10:18 AM|
| Welcome Micheal. I am still waiying for my books ordered through the PP web site. Seems like some of you have already got them. Hope mine won't be long!
Shant read them of course!! Will have to wait 'till the PB comes out.
Merry Xmas everybody and a happy and healthy New Year.
|Ian Kharitonov||Posted on Dec 14 2006, 10:19 AM|
| Ace, you foiled my plan to keep it all quiet LOL
Thanks for all the kind words, folks.
Quite true, I still find it difficult to believe! I'm absolutely overwhelmed.
The most shocking aspect of ToK is that the wonderfully-named Captain stays in the book all the way until page 148.
Which makes Dirk Pitt a kind of a supporting character
All right -- I'm off to give the book another go. That's the kind of stuff I'll never tire of rereading.
P.S. Empress: Love your language skills
P.P.S. As to HOW and WHY I got into the book -- that's a tale I hope to share with all of you over drinks in Charleston.
|SunDown||Posted on Dec 14 2006, 07:38 AM|
that translates to "You can understand it" according to a russian to english translation website.
The only new guy is see on 73 is Ian Kharitonov.....is that someone on here? Sorry if its someone i should recogonize but dont...but congrats none the less!!!!
and by the way, how did this person get into clive's book? close friend? That is way cool though!!!
I am going to feel real dumb if its the owner of the site or something....
|lewisbejcek||Posted on Dec 13 2006, 12:15 AM|
|Welcome to the Board, Martin|
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