Book Review – Black Wind – Clive Cussler & Dirk Cussler

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In the waning days of World War II, the Japanese tried a last desperate measure–a different kind of kamikaze mission, this one carried out by two submarines bound for the West Coast of the United States, their cargo a revolutionary new strain of biological virus. Neither sub made it to the designated target. But that does not mean they were lost. Someone knows about the subs and what they bore, knows too where they might be, and has an extraordinary plan in store for the prize inside–a scheme that could reshape the world as we know it. All that stands in the way are three people: a marine biologist named Summer, a marine engineer named Dirk, and their father, Dirk Pitt, the new head of NUMA. Pitt has faced devastating enemies before, has even teamed up with his children to track them down. But never has he looked upon the face of pure evil…until now.

The second book featuring the father and son teams. One writing them, the other starring in them. Its a very strange idea and there are moments when its easy to confused father with son, especially since they share the same name. The plot seems to take from early Cussler thrillers as well as Bond movies and others. Its a good story but not one of his best.

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