Sacred Stone Review ↠ 2

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Sacred Stone Review ↠ 2 ☆ Juan Cabrillo and his CIA backed Oregon crew must beat opposing factions to a meteorite that could end the conflict between America and the Middle East in this novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series Two embattled groups seek a 50000 year old meteorite first discovered and then hidden by Eric the Red and his Vikings KnD groups seek a 50000 year old meteorite first discovered and then hidden by Eric the Red and his Vikings Known as the Sacred Stone it has powerful radioative properties Muslim extremists have stolen a nuclear device and n. Good stuff I might not enjoy the Oregon series as much as the Isaac Bell stuff

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Juan Cabrillo and his CIA backed Oregon crew must beat opposing factions to a meteorite that could end the conflict between America and the Middle East in this novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series Two embattle. DisappointmentOf all the Cussler books I've read this is a major disappointment There are way too many characters The plot lineactually there were two plot lineswas so boring that the book was overflowing with filler text ie pages upon pages of dreary scene descriptions etc I make a point of finishing every book I start and that was a hard rule to follow with this bookbut I did finish it Yawn

Clive Cussler É 2 Read

Sacred StoneEed the stone to give them the power to vaporize any city in the west A megalomaniacal industrialist leads a group seeking to carry out the utter annihilation of Islam itself And caught between the two militant factions is. I read two Oregon Files by Cussler and Jack du Brul before and they were awesome This one cowritten by Craig Dirgo unlike the rest of the series except Golden Buddha And you see the difference obviously between two co writers Jack Du Brul does a much better job Still a Cussler book Joyful thrilling lots of knowledge about spying aviation sailing etc