Clive Cussler’s Dark Vector By Graham Brown
Book/Novel Author: Graham Brown
Book/Novel Title: Clive Cussler’s Dark Vector
Kurt Austin must find a vanished ship and stave off a global catastrophe in the latest novel in the #1 New York Times-bestselling series created by the “grand master of adventure” Clive Cussler. A freighter carrying top-secret computers of unparalleled capability disappears in the Western Pacific. While searching for a lost treasure that once belonged to the famous Chinese pirate queen, Ching Shih, Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala are redirected to look for the missing vessel. Discovering that the sinking of the ship is just part of an intricate web of deception, they find themselves in the middle of a cyber-war between rival groups of hackers, both of whom want to control the flow of data around the world. With no allies except a group of pirates who operate under their own crude laws, Kurt and Joe must rescue a colleague held hostage—while keeping the computers out of Russian or Chinese hands and the world’s digital information safe from the hackers.
Even though Clive Cussler has now gone on to the great treasure in the sky Graham Brown produced a world class novel. Complete with page turning excitement and intrigue, international underworld events, top secret technologies and intelligence services, this is as good as it gets.
Haven’t read it yet. Have read every book he’s ever written; not a single bad one (since 30 years ago). ALL his books are 5/5, 10/10, 100%; I’m sorry he has passed away (I wish he was still I with us, writing until 110 years old)!!!
As usual an energy filled adventure with daring, twists, and humor. Good storyline! My husband and I read these aloud when we are on a road trip. Need a new one for September!
Once again we have Kurt and Joe in the thick of it. Non stop action from start to finish. Absolutely great read for people who love a fast paced read that you just don’t want to put down. Well done Graham Brown for a fantastic adventure with our boys from NUMA.
Clive and Graham have a great relationship. Like Dirk and Al, Kurt and Joe, and the rest are great reads. Vector has the here and now technology that is expected in the early 2000 decades. Not as much Gamay and Paul in this one. But Graham did a good job.
I’ve always enjoyed reading books about computer and technology that could happen or has happened, about boats and aircraft by land or by sea.