Review “Final Option” by Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison

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Review “Final Option” by Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison

This is the latest installment in the Oregon Files series by Boyd Morrison, and it is yet another that offers the reader everything to be expected from a grade-A Cussler adventure. All the action, all the tension—it’s definitely all there—but this one just happens to have a twist at the end that will leave you with your mouth gaping.

Juan and the team are put in the fray right away when someone from the past, who was thought to be dead, comes back with vengeance in their heart. The Oregon is now going to have to face its’ twin, named The Portland, but with some upgrades. And if you thought that was bad enough, The Portland has “sea friends,” and one of them just so happens to be a submarine commanded by a captain who also has a score to settle with Juan.

Boyd just took the series and turned it on its’ proverbial head, spun it around, and allows readers to see that just about anything can happen. I, for one, can’t wait to see what’s next. The Oregon Files series has become the best series in the Cussler library, and with Boyd Morrison directing the stories, I have a feeling it will only get better.

Review “Final Option” by Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison

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