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Pitt and his trusty pal Al Giordino track the sinking to the boardroom door of a multinational conglomerate called Cerberus, whose evil CEO has designs on the world's oil supply. He'll do anything to keep Egan's advanced engines and secret formula for frictionless oil off the market--even sabotage another vessel, this time a luxury passenger submarine. By the time our heroes have foiled the mastermind's nefarious plots, they've also uncovered the existence of a working submarine nearly a century before one actually existed--irrefutable proof of a Viking landing on the Hudson River--and the remains of the British sailor who inspired Jules Verne's Captain Nemo. A solid page-turner that even features a cameo appearance by the author himself, Valhalla Rising snaps, crackles, and pops with Cussler's usual brio. --Jane Adams --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Love Cussler an his penpal Dirk, its been a while since i read anything from him, i better check for some new books.Published 6 months ago by Ulcaster555
I enjoy this thriller although I found it had way too much suspense in it. You will find yourself tangled in ancient Viking runes, diving in Captain Memo's nautilus, and flying... Read morePublished on July 9 2007 by Toni Osborne
Clive Cussler's Valhalla Rising is a good addition to the long-running series featuring the intrepid Dirk Pitt. Read morePublished on April 29 2004 by Edmund Khoo
The only reason I finished reading this book was to see how it all tied together. Unfortunately it ended more ridiculously than it began. I won't make the same mistake again.Published on April 24 2004 by Thomas A McLaughlin
Just to qualify, what is about to be said. I have read all the books, I like the series less and less. The first were alive and fresh, an adventure. The new ones are... Read morePublished on April 8 2004 by McG
My first Clive Cussler read, "Treasure", was, some years back, an "on the edge of your seat" thriller. So, I expected the same from Valhalla Rising. Read morePublished on April 1 2004