Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠

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J Reissue of the gripping tale of sabotage at sea from the acclaimed master of action and suspenseIn the heart of the Aegean Sea a luxury yacht is on fire and sinking fast Minutes later a four engined jet with a fire in its nose cone crashes into the seaIs there a sinister connection be

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Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠ Alistair Stuart MacLean Scottish Gaelic Alasdair MacGill Eain the son of a Scots Minister was brought up in the Scottish Highlands In at the age of eighteen he joined the Royal Navy; two and a half years spent aboard a cruiser were to give him the background for HMS Ulysses his first novel the outstanding documentary novel on the war at sea After the war he gained an English Honour.

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  • Roger Royer

    Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠ santorini kindle, Santorini ePUBI registered a book at BookCrossingcom outdated and full of references that make me feel like a very old man I enjoyed reading this rather fast paced novel Reminiscent of The Hunt for Red October and novels like those this made me think of something I had never considered before a nuclear mine for the sea ways I will say that I am glad that the book takes place where and when it does because now I can only imagine how much worse it could be if something like this book actually happened and I do believe that it could


  • Jeff

    Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠ santorini kindle, Santorini ePUBI really wanted to like this book considering it was the last book he wrote before he passed away the following year and chronologically it was right after my favorite book as a kid San Andreas written by himself Alas I was disappointed The story itself was rock solid and a page turner yet somehow he wrote dialogue that was so dated and repetitive it was hard to slog through This book took forever for me to read b


  • Edmond Gagnon

    Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠ santorini kindle, Santorini ePUBI've seen the movies Guns of Navarone and Where Eagles Dare that were based on Alistar MacLean's books but never actually read one His subject material is well researched and the story is good but I felt the dialogue was overloaded with supposition and conjecture Overall it was a good read


  • Neil

    Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠ santorini kindle, Santorini ePUBIt has been well over twenty years since I last read this novel I read it on a whim and enjoyed the reading It had a decent plot; the basic plot is one that the author and many others like him has recycled over and over and over It moved at a decent pace I guess It had a lot of 'talking' and not a lot of 'doing' action in it The character development is so so I guess Characters are introduced but there are so many characters that there is not much room for any kind of development It is your 'basic' kind of story in that there is some kind of catastrophe or accident involving some kind of advanced weapons technology A widget is reuired for the recovery operation only the ally is unwilling to relinuish control of the widget Eventually the widget is shared treachery in high places is uncovered and 'justice' finally prevails in the endOne thing that stood out to me though was a conversation between the Briti


  • Robert Jenkins

    Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠ santorini kindle, Santorini ePUBOver the past couple of years I've read all of Alistair MacLean's books in chronological order I'd previously read most of them back in the 1980's So it was with a bit of wistfulness that I took up this one the last novel he wrote before passing away in 1987 It's well known among MacLean readers that his last few books didn't really compare to his earlier works I was hoping this would be an exception And it does have a pretty decent beginning with a simultaneous plane crash and yacht sinking in the Aegean Sea near a conveniently placed British ship However things get slow soon thereafter The book is almost completely characters sitting


  • Benjamin Thomas

    Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠ santorini kindle, Santorini ePUBI've wanted to get back to Alistair MacLean for a number of years now and just haven't done it Admittedly this particular MacLean novel may not have been the best place to start Reportedly it is the last novel he wrote and was published just a year before his deathSantorini is the


  • John Pringle

    Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠ santorini kindle, Santorini ePUBI seem to have been reading a lot of Alistair MacLean novels recently Every time I come to the end of one of his books I immediately want to start another In the case of Santorini MacLean’s last novel I liked the premise and the pacing was good but there weren’t many twists and turns or big moments and the ending was slightly anti climactic Like some of his other books I had a hard time differentiating the characters This novel in particular relies heavily on dialogue and frankly all the characters sound the same—the Greek and even the President come over as distinctly British The villains could certainly have done with being a bit villainousI read in an article in The New York Times that it would take MacLean little than a month to complete a book I don


  • Neil Fulwood

    Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠ santorini kindle, Santorini ePUBHaving read ‘Night Without End’ and ‘Ice Station Zebra’ back to back and thoroughly enjoyed both I figured I’d tackle ‘Santorini’ And folks it almost broke me Set aboard a British naval vessel in the Aegean and weaving a needlessly labyrinthine plot involving four different ships nuclear weapons terrorism financial chicanery and international politics it ought to be a rip roaring thriller of the highest order Except that MacLean delivers every set piece every narrative development and every bit of characterisation such as it is as a series of conversations In other words instead of describing a tense salvage operation or the dirty dealings of the antagonists he has his characters sit around in ships’ cabins discussing what happened after the event Not only that but his dialogue is tin eared in the extreme Thus a 220 page novel lumber


  • Christopher Taylor

    Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠ santorini kindle, Santorini ePUBThis is MacLean's second to last novel written late in his career MacLean really should be rediscovered as he wrote an amazing array of political thrillers of which several made it to movies Guns of Navarone and Ice Station Zebra for example If you like Tom Clancy type books you'll love MacLeanSantorini is a tale of nuclear weapons espionage terrorism and a somewhat Bo


  • Wade Grassman

    Paperback☆ Santorini PDF ↠ santorini kindle, Santorini ePUBEver since I gave up reading “children’s books” some time in the early 1970’s I’ve been a huge fan of Alistair MacLean Sadly this his last novel is not his best work Santorini is


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