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While disrupting an attack on a Kuwaiti oil tanker, Juan Cabrillo and his team discover something even more dangerous: a ruthless billionaire’s dying wish has allowed a crippling chemical to get into the hands of a terrorist group.
When a member of the Oregon crew falls victim to poison, Juan Cabrillo will stop at nothing to find an antidote before it’s too late. He and his team must combine an ancient mystery with a cunning modern enemy in order to save millions of innocent lives, including his own.
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This is the 15th entry in the Oregon Files series, which was released following the sad loss of Clive Cussler earlier this year.
Follow the adventures of the Oregon, a treacherous almost-abandoned drift steamer with more than a few secrets, designed and operated by its intelligent and heroic Captain, Juan Cabrillo, and his experienced crew, as a for-profit enterprise, guided by Cabrillo’s moral compass. , these books consistently fail to impress and inspire.
The Oregon and her crew were introduced as a “guest star” in the Dirk Pitt adventure, Flood Tide. This book need not be read as a “precursor” to the series, but it provides a first-hand account of some important backstories, particularly for Cabrillo, and shows Oregon and his team in action.
Personally I would recommend starting with book 4 Skeleton Coast (or maybe 3) and then reading the previous books once you fall in love with Oregon and her crew.
The first two books in the actual series, Golden Buddha and Sacred Stone, are decent and readable, but get a little overwhelmed by the logistics. They’re definitely not representative of the entire series, so keep that in mind as you start these two books. In my opinion the series starts to catch up from books 3 and 4, Death Watch and especially Skeleton Coast (and this is where I start re-reading!), as the supporting cast is cut down a bit, the main character develops. and it becomes ‘Family’ and the series moves away from anything else I’ve read!!!
The scenarios in this series are spectacular, especially anything involving the Oregon in action, missions that throw the team a curveball, and of course Cabrillo’s infamous Plan C (sorry Max!). And I never tire of reading the opinions of ship inspectors and harbor pilots about the ship (and even here Cussler throws in another surprise in one of the books).
Stereotypes are thrown out the window; Experience and tenacity balance increasing age, training and skill balance gender disadvantages, geeks can still hold their own in a fight on and off the ship, and having a disability doesn’t mean you’re a geek. Also, the protagonist Cabrillo shows a maturity in dealing with the opposite sex that Pitt never achieves, which actually makes him sexier/a better role model (depending on the reader’s inclination!)
The plots move at a breakneck pace and are generally less political and more plausible than Pitt’s plots, occasionally losing an established member of the team and hurting others and requiring time to recover physically or mentally to tell the true story keep respect.
The technology is state-of-the-art and well-researched, the Oregon’s capabilities are always amazing (and constantly updated and improved!), and the various onboard and underwater sequences offer all the attention to detail you’d expect from the Oregon’s experience and background Mr. Cussler. .
Marauder is a very solid fifteenth entry in this series.
After the incredible 14th book Final Option, which still takes my breath away on re-reading, Marauder continues as expected and does a very good job of doing “what he has to do” (if you’ve read Final Option, I I’ll understand!!) There are some great additions to the Oregon’s capabilities, but the plot doesn’t address them, in fact they are offset by the urgency with which the Oregon needs to get out of dry dock, so I had to add a paragraph read once and mutter oh this is new/clever/awesome, or share Cabrillo’s frustrations when something breaks or the paint gets scratched.
Marauder is the only in this series that I haven’t read at breakneck speed. And that’s simply because it’s (currently) the last book in this brilliant series and I have no idea if Mr. Cussler’s estate will continue the series (I really hope they do, many more nautical miles ahead! ). So I really did, I don’t want it to end. And yet, in a way, it doesn’t really end no matter what the future holds…
From the warmth of his writing, I have no doubt that Mr. Cussler will be greatly missed by his family and mourn his loss.
Adventure fans like me will definitely miss his writing.
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