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Threat Vector (Michael Pacino #6)

3.9  ·  Rating details ·  166 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Submarine commander Alexi Novskoyy has been sprung from prison by a multibillion-dollar organization with a very special mission in mind. The company has designed a new submarine - the VEPR - which they will use to wreak havoc on international trade. To test its new weapon, Alexi must sink a cruise ship carrying the entire brass of the U.S. Navy - effectively decapitating ...more
Paperback, 576 pages
Published March 1st 2000 by Onyx
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Jul 05, 2015 rated it liked it
If you love reading passages like "The changes in the control room were among the most noticeable, including the elimination of the periscopes and the periscope stand, the "conn", in favor of a total commitment to phontonics, the electronic sensors mounted on non-hull-penetrating masts in the sail able to display 360 degrees of view at once, with the output displayed on huge flat-panel displays angled in the overhead of the control room." to essentially say "big TV's", then you may love this boo ...more
Bogusław Muraszko
Fajnie się czyta książki DiMercurio. Ale autor ma wyraźnego pecha, bo miał wielkiego poprzednika, nieodżałowanego Toma Clancy. Niestety, każdemu będzie trudno wytrzymać na tym polu po takim mistrzu political-thrillera. W swojej serii z komandorem a potem admirałem Paccino, autor popuścił trochę fantazji w zakresie technologii uzbrojenia, no chyba, że on o tym już coś wie, a my jeszcze nie, ale to najmniejszy problem. W tej części trochę nie klei się akcja. Trzy czwarte książki to dobrzy zbierają ...more
Aug 15, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: military, thriller
The story here is not bad for the most part and the battle engagements are tense and exciting. The commander of the enemy sub was a man of honor and I liked that. Most readers are going to find this novel much too technical however.
Jan 02, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
E' il secondo libro di DiMercurio che leggo ma già mi sembrano tutti uguali.
Vanno bene come lettura leggera, magari in viaggio o come distrazione, ma solo per appassionati del genere.
Michael Abberton
I just wish I could rate these higher. I enjoy sub tech thrillers, but DiMercurio's books get more implausible and silly as they go.
Jinsong Zhang
Oct 21, 2014 rated it it was ok
I don't like this book. The author needs to do his homework before writing anything beyond what he knows.
Robert Utter
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Michael DiMercurio is an honors graduate of the Naval Academy at Annapolis, and has served as a paratrooper, Navy diver, and as a lieutenant and Chief Propulsion Officer aboard the U.S.S. Hammerhead.
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