Well - there is a reason I try not to read to many Cussler books in a row. While they are easy and fun to read, they all pretty much follow the same sWell - there is a reason I try not to read to many Cussler books in a row. While they are easy and fun to read, they all pretty much follow the same storyline; tall good looking commanding male gets into multiple life threatening situations, finds beautiful unattached female who is impressed with him, manages to save the day multiple times with improvised methodologies, finds some strange ancient artifact that changes our understanding of history and saves the world at the same time.
Medusa fits that outline to a T. I enjoyed reading it but it was very formulaic in the Clive Cussler sense although he didn't interject himself as a deus ex machina as he so often does in his story.
Good for a long airline flight or as a way to enjoyable spend time reading. Don't expect classic literature though....more