The Silent Sea - Clive Cussler & Jack Du Brul

The Silent Sea

By Clive Cussler & Jack Du Brul

  • Release Date: 2010-03-09
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 609 Ratings

Description

An ancient curse...
A prize beyond imagination...
Juan Cabrillo will face one to win the other.

Reviews

  • Good

    4
    By jms1127
    I thought the book was a really good book, but maybe not as good as a couple of others in this awesome series of books.
  • The Silent Sea

    5
    By Skooboidua
    It has been a long time since I have read a book. I have been enjoying Clive Cussler's books as audio books for some time. I purchased this book intending it to be audio but made a mistake that has turned into a huge enjoyment. The "Silent Sea" has brought me back to the enjoyment of reading. I could hardly turn off my iPad to do anything because I couldn't wait to read the next suspenseful page. I highly recommend this and all of Clive Cussler's books. And I encourage reading!
  • A Ripping Yarn!

    4
    By Youngplayer
    While Cussler may not be a great author in the literary sense, his greatness resides in his ability to come up with scenarios that are intriguing and believable. His descriptions of dramatic action are taut and exciting enough to overcome any stylistic deficiencies most of the time, including this story. A very entertaining and satisfying read!
  • The silent sea

    4
    By Owenlentz
    Easy reading
  • The Silent Sea

    4
    By Dash500
    Good read
  • I liked it.

    5
    By dont read much
    I got hooked on these books 2yr ago and they just get better every time
  • The Silent Sea

    4
    By OrdwayLee
    I have followed Clive from Rase the Titanic way before the ship was found. This is great forget your problems reading. I wish I had meet Him before he found the civil war submarine the Hunley. I can feel the pages come to life and wash away my modern day problems. Lee Starnes USCG Ret.
  • Great read

    5
    By Reagandog
    I recommend this book to all. It's a great read.
  • Pleasant surprise

    4
    By Ragnouomo
    Took me a bit to get into it, but once I did it was very engaging. From the title I figured it was a sub book, but was pleasantly surprised to find an entirely different plot. I'd recommend this to anyone that likes military thrillers.
  • Creative

    4
    By Tex in Dubai
    Great book and creative. I recently started reading this series of Juan Cabrillo books and found it interesting and this one no less thrilling. I look forward to more of this series.