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    review The Thief (PDF/EPUB) [The Thief] ¾ Clive Cussler Another very enjoyable Isaac Bell story can't wait to read the next one

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    free read Ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB õ Clive Cussler Clive Cussler õ 7 characters review The Thief I always have a prejudicial concern when I find a book credited to two authors one of whom is very well known and the other is to me

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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Thief] ¾ Clive Cussler Book 5 in the Isaac Bell series this time Isaac is sworn to protect an inventor and his machine which may change motion pictures forever in the process Isaac investigates a movie studio which may not be all it appears to beMy only criticism of this Bell adventure is that the epilogue felt tacked on and completely unnecessary Also The Thief is not really an appropriate title there are others that would have fit the book better

  4. says: Clive Cussler õ 7 characters free read Ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB õ Clive Cussler review The Thief

    free read Ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB õ Clive Cussler Clive Cussler õ 7 characters (PDF/EPUB) [The Thief] ¾ Clive Cussler I really enjoyed the first three novels in the Isaac Bell series especially The Wrecker however the last two have fallen somewhat short In this outing Bell is on the trail of a German ex army officer nicknamed The Akrobat Bell first encounters him on board The Mauretania while returning from Europe The Akrobat

  5. says: review The Thief free read Ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB õ Clive Cussler Clive Cussler õ 7 characters

    (PDF/EPUB) [The Thief] ¾ Clive Cussler This novel is co authored by a Cussler minion Justin Scott and there is a lot that is interesting and accurate a

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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Thief] ¾ Clive Cussler I have enjoyed this series up until this title Unfortunately I felt this one was not up to scratch My biggest concern was the main plotline Without giving anything away I didn't believe the stakes justified the

  7. says: review The Thief (PDF/EPUB) [The Thief] ¾ Clive Cussler Clive Cussler õ 7 characters

    Clive Cussler õ 7 characters free read Ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB õ Clive Cussler review The Thief “The Thief” the fifth Isaac Bell book but the fourth one I’ve read as I skipped “The Spy” I thought “The Race” the four

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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Thief] ¾ Clive Cussler review The Thief Dull totally unbelievable one of the only books I've not finished

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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Thief] ¾ Clive Cussler Another fast paced action adventure with Isaac Bell I really enjoy Isaac Bell he is such a good character and I love reading about his cases I liked how this one was set around the new moving picture industry and how to make talking pictures

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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Thief] ¾ Clive Cussler I recently finished the fourth and fifth volumes of Isaac Bell’s adventures The Race and The Thief written by Clive Cussler and Justin Scott Cussler is one of the premiere action adventuresuspensethriller writers we have He started out writing about the escapades of Dirk Pitt and his sidekick Al Giodino Dirk was created to be an anti Bond in response to Ian Fleming’s great spy Pitt is a marine engineer government agent and adventurer w

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review The Thief free read Ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB õ Clive Cussler Clive Cussler õ 7 characters On the ocean liner Mauretania two European scientists with a dramatic new invention are barely rescued from abduction by the Van Dorn Detective Agency's intrepid chief investigator Isaac Bell Unfortunately they are not so lucky the second tim. Book 5 in the Isaac Bell series this time Isaac is sworn to protect an inventor and his machine which may change motion pictures forever in the process Isaac investigates a movie studio which may not be all it appears to beMy only criticism of this Bell adventure is that the epilogue felt tacked on and completely unnecessary Also The Thief is not really an appropriate title there are others that would have fit the book better

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review The Thief free read Ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB õ Clive Cussler Clive Cussler õ 7 characters E The thugs attack again and this time one of the scientists dies What are they holding that is so precious Only something that will revolutionize business and popular culture and perhaps something For war clouds are looming and a ruthless es. This novel is co authored by a Cussler minion Justin Scott and there is a lot that is interesting and accurate about it It provides a window into the life of the well to do in the first decade of the 20th century Among the treats are a detailed description of a trans Atlantic steamship voyage ditto a trans continental railroad journey and some of the ins and outs of the movie business before talkies became the big thing Clive Cussler is known for getting these things rightThe hero du jour Isaac Bell is a detective casually thrown on the trail of a plot to grab new technology for nefarious purposes The thief of the title is a German army officer carrying out the Donar Plan to smooth the path for future German conuest easier The tension in the story is whether he can be identified and stoppedA number of interesting characters are presented including Bell s new wife the technical genius who has solved the problem of coupling sound with motion pictures and a young girl who becomes an apprentice in the detective agency s Berlin office Unfortunately they are hardly than cardboard cutouts with no development over the over 400 pages Illustrations were provided by Berkley Books who hired someone who had not read the material Thus they are often at variance with the text The epilogue does nothing to smooth out the many rough edgesA disappointment

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review The Thief free read Ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB õ Clive Cussler Clive Cussler õ 7 characters Pionage agent has spotted a priceless opportunity to give the Germans an edge It is up to Isaac Bell to figure out who he is what he is up to and stop him But he may already be too late and the future of the world may just hang in the balance. The Thief the fifth Isaac Bell book but the fourth one I ve read as I skipped The Spy I thought The Race the fourth book was my least favorite of the series but that dubious honor now goes to The Thief All in all I thought the book lacked suspense I see a lot of reviewers lauding the book for intense action but I didn t see much of that at all The few fight scenes in the book were abrupt and not suspenseful The main antagonist was far from being the ruthless killers of The Chase and The Wrecker and what I liked about those books was the cat and mouse roles that Bell and the antagonists would play outsmarting each other out muscling each other narrow escapes for each of them The characters too were one dimensional and weren t compelling Bell included Several of the minor characters are so poorly involved in the story that I still have no clue who they were characters being named and I d be like who s that And I d finish the scene and it wouldn t really matter who they were They were only there to carry out some minor plot device or another The character development is lacking SPOILER WARNING even though Bell gets married at last he seemingly leaves his wife as soon as the boat reaches the shore There are also a lot of swaths of the book where there s over description or scenes that do not add to the story all in all the story probably could ve been cut down by ten pages or so Oh actually there s a substantial section of the book where Bell is looking into a piano company I forget entirely how he got involved in looking them up or what importance it was to the story I get that it was one of the Akrobat s front companies but the book never showed what the company was a front FOR Opening a piano business as a front company but never selling any actual pianos is just telling the whole world that it s not a real company Imagine going into Best Buy and them saying oh you re not allowed to buy anything here Wouldn t you be like ummm why I mean what would be the point in even OPERATING a front company like that So I thought that was a plot point that never got off the ground and was only there just to give Bell a means for discovering the bad guy s identity That s why you don t open a piano business that doesn t actually sell pianos It s obvious to anyone that something underhanded is going onSo for storytelling I d give it a 2 stars for characterization another 2 starsAs with The Race repeating words to death like flying machines this one mentions talking pictures till you wish you die though not uite as badly as The Race Instead of repeatedly having characters talk about what talking pictures would be like how about having action Increase the dangerNow the worst offense of all In The Race I noticed that Justin Scott I consider co authored books to chiefly be the work of the lesser known author so I view this as a Justin Scott novel than a Clive Cussler novel because I imagine Cussler did little actual work on this book other than putting his name on the cover In The Race I noticed that Scott ROUTINELY says Isaac Bell in the narration instead of just Bell There s only one Bell so you don t need to keep saying ISAAC BELL all the time We KNOW who Bell is When an author does that I get the impression that they re in love with their character and their character s name than I am It s not just Bell It s Isaaaaac Bell I can t really explain why it irritates me so much beyond that it just does It s one of the things I notice I believe you should only say your character s full name really when you first introduce them when they introduce themselves to others and that s about it In dialogue people will refer to them by their first name if they re friends or formally as Mr Bell if they re mere acuaintances So there SHOULD be about ten uses of Isaac Bell in the whole book And so you know what I did I COUNTED every single time Scott says Isaac Bell in the storyThe final tally 250 exactly and that s if I didn t miss any250 times Isaac Bell appears in the book That is bad writing and even worse editing There are several other characters in the book who are referred to as well almost inevitably by first and last name As I said it first makes me think the author is in love with their character than I am because their fawning over their full name but also in a way it makes me feel like I am less in connection with the character To me when the author says the character s full name they re telling me I assume you forget who BELL is so it s ISAAC BELL And then I m supposed to go OH yeah ISAAC Bell I remember now You JUST need to say Bell I know I m beating this issue to death but it seriously aggravates me Aggravates me enough that I marked down every single time Scott says Bell s first and last name It s amateurish So rating I was going to give it three stars but since the story was slow and pretty boring had several sections that should ve been cut had unresolved plot points had an unimpressive antagonist had an unimpressive protagonist did you know his name is ISAAC Bell had a throw away love interest who didn t serve much purpose in the book even though it deals with motion pictures which are her thing someone else also pointed out in the review that every illustration and the cover in the book is wrong for what s actually described as happening in the book I can only conclude that it s my least favorite book in the series I already have the next book in the series and will move onto it soon but if I don t like it much I might possibly only look for books that fans of the Isaac Bell series cite as their favorites Because aren t there like 15 of them I don t really want to keep reading the series if Scott doesn t get his act together and up his game Usually I d think it might take an author to get a sense of his characters and stuff but I come away from this book thinking that the first two books in the series were the best and it s going downhill fast And unless it turns around I m not going to stay in this mine cart that s plunging down a cave I m jumping the hell OUT of itAnd did you know his name is ISAAC Bell I almost forgot

  • Hardcover
  • 408
  • The Thief
  • Clive Cussler
  • English
  • 21 June 2020
  • 9780399158612