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  • Joshua
    Ok, I m re-reading Casino Royale, but I can t remember the order to read the Ian Fleming books. It s not the order of the movies, but I don t think it s in the
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 2, 2006
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      Ok, I'm re-reading Casino Royale, but I can't remember the order to
      read the Ian Fleming books. It's not the order of the movies, but I
      don't think it's in the order the books were released either. Kinda
      like the Jack Ryan series by Tom Clancy, you can read them as stand
      alone stories, but they weren't released in chronological sequence.
      Also, I just picked up Treasure of Khan and Skeleton Coast, any
      thoughts before I start on those? And Jack DuBrul's other book must be
      wildly popular, cuz I can't find a copy anywhere around here.
      Josh
    • Ed Homa
      here is the order of the Fleming books. are you a fan of DuBrul? have you read his oter Mercers? have you read Dark Watch by him? are you a fan of the
      Message 2 of 4 , Dec 2, 2006
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        here is the order of the Fleming books.
         
        are you a fan of DuBrul?  have you read his oter Mercers?  have you read Dark Watch by him?  are you a fan of the Oregon series?
         
        i'm reading Black Wind and i'm enjoying it even though i'm not a fan of Dirk, Jr & Summer.
         
        i asked my 5 yr old son for the Treasure of Khan for christmas.
         
        Ed
         
         


         
        ----- Original Message ----
        From: Joshua <skaryjosh2003@...>
        To: Cussler-DirkPitt@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Saturday, December 2, 2006 11:15:33 AM
        Subject: [Cussler-DirkPitt] Help!!!

        Ok, I'm re-reading Casino Royale, but I can't remember the order to
        read the Ian Fleming books. It's not the order of the movies, but I
        don't think it's in the order the books were released either. Kinda
        like the Jack Ryan series by Tom Clancy, you can read them as stand
        alone stories, but they weren't released in chronological sequence.
        Also, I just picked up Treasure of Khan and Skeleton Coast, any
        thoughts before I start on those? And Jack DuBrul's other book must be
        wildly popular, cuz I can't find a copy anywhere around here.
        Josh



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      • Josh Roberts
        Thanks Ed, I just found a copy of Havoc today at Borders books (like the only place in Colorado Springs I hadn t checked...) I am a big DuBrul fan, when I
        Message 3 of 4 , Dec 2, 2006
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          Thanks Ed, I just found a copy of Havoc today at Borders books (like the only place in Colorado Springs I hadn't checked...) I am a big DuBrul fan, when I started reading his books I didn't know what to think, his first book was juveniley graphic. But as he continued and I continued to read them I realised he was a young writer and I think his books have matured. I've read all the Mercer series and the Oregon series, (I just picked up Skeleton Coast the other day and will probably start it after Casino Royale) Black Wind was ok, but my favorite is still Night Probe and Sahara. I didn't know Cussler had a new book out till I started looking for Havoc and stumbled on Treasure of Kahn. I think Dirk Cussler has a writer in him, but he's not his Dad. I picked up the Fleming books at a used book store to take them out to the field with me, when we go out on training missions, they're the perfect size to fit in the pockets on my uniform! Besides, if they get ruined I still have copies in storage out in California! LOL. Thanks for the list, I'll save it to my desk top so I have a reference... I still have Lord of The Rings (the whole thing) to finish and The Divinci Code to read. I need more hours in the day!
           
          Thanks Again,
          Josh

          ----- Original Message ----
          From: Ed Homa <thunderball302@...>
          To: Cussler-DirkPitt@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Saturday, December 2, 2006 7:22:23 PM
          Subject: Re: [Cussler-DirkPitt] Help!!!

          here is the order of the Fleming books.
           
          are you a fan of DuBrul?  have you read his oter Mercers?  have you read Dark Watch by him?  are you a fan of the Oregon series?
           
          i'm reading Black Wind and i'm enjoying it even though i'm not a fan of Dirk, Jr & Summer.
           
          i asked my 5 yr old son for the Treasure of Khan for christmas.
           
          Ed
           
           


           
          ----- Original Message ----
          From: Joshua <skaryjosh2003@...>
          To: Cussler-DirkPitt@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Saturday, December 2, 2006 11:15:33 AM
          Subject: [Cussler-DirkPitt] Help!!!

          Ok, I'm re-reading Casino Royale, but I can't remember the order to
          read the Ian Fleming books. It's not the order of the movies, but I
          don't think it's in the order the books were released either. Kinda
          like the Jack Ryan series by Tom Clancy, you can read them as stand
          alone stories, but they weren't released in chronological sequence.
          Also, I just picked up Treasure of Khan and Skeleton Coast, any
          thoughts before I start on those? And Jack DuBrul's other book must be
          wildly popular, cuz I can't find a copy anywhere around here.
          Josh



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        • Ed Homa
          Jack s first book - Vulcan s Forge was written when Jack was prerry young - it reads like a forst novel and it reads like a young man wrote it. yes, Jack has
          Message 4 of 4 , Dec 8, 2006
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            Jack's first book - Vulcan's Forge was written when Jack was prerry young - it reads like a forst novel and it reads like a young man wrote it.
             
            yes, Jack has matured as a writer.
             
            i'm still reading Black Wind - i'm enjoying it more than i thought i would - with the new books about Dirk, Jr and the Oregon series i'd like to see a Young Dirk series about his adventured after he graduated the Air Force Academy.
             
            i recently read that Dirk, Sr will play a bigger role in Khan - has anyone started it yet?
             
            i thought Dark Watch started very slowly - but i really started enjoying it about halfway through.
             
            Night Probe is my favorite Dirk adventure too.
             
            i delayed and delayed reading the DaVinci Code because all of the hype around it - even though i have read all of Dan Brown's others - but once i started the Code i did enjoy it - but i thought Angels & Demons was a better read.  i still haven't seen the movie - but i did buy it.
             
            Ed

            ----- Original Message ----
            From: Josh Roberts <skaryjosh2003@...>
            To: Cussler-DirkPitt@yahoogroups.com
            Sent: Sunday, December 3, 2006 1:42:26 AM
            Subject: Re: [Cussler-DirkPitt] Help!!!

            Thanks Ed, I just found a copy of Havoc today at Borders books (like the only place in Colorado Springs I hadn't checked...) I am a big DuBrul fan, when I started reading his books I didn't know what to think, his first book was juveniley graphic. But as he continued and I continued to read them I realised he was a young writer and I think his books have matured. I've read all the Mercer series and the Oregon series, (I just picked up Skeleton Coast the other day and will probably start it after Casino Royale) Black Wind was ok, but my favorite is still Night Probe and Sahara. I didn't know Cussler had a new book out till I started looking for Havoc and stumbled on Treasure of Kahn. I think Dirk Cussler has a writer in him, but he's not his Dad. I picked up the Fleming books at a used book store to take them out to the field with me, when we go out on training missions, they're the perfect size to fit in the pockets on my uniform! Besides, if they get ruined I still have copies in storage out in California! LOL. Thanks for the list, I'll save it to my desk top so I have a reference... I still have Lord of The Rings (the whole thing) to finish and The Divinci Code to read. I need more hours in the day!
             
            Thanks Again,
            Josh

            ----- Original Message ----
            From: Ed Homa <thunderball302@ yahoo.com>
            To: Cussler-DirkPitt@ yahoogroups. com
            Sent: Saturday, December 2, 2006 7:22:23 PM
            Subject: Re: [Cussler-DirkPitt] Help!!!

            here is the order of the Fleming books.
             
            are you a fan of DuBrul?  have you read his oter Mercers?  have you read Dark Watch by him?  are you a fan of the Oregon series?
             
            i'm reading Black Wind and i'm enjoying it even though i'm not a fan of Dirk, Jr & Summer.
             
            i asked my 5 yr old son for the Treasure of Khan for christmas.
             
            Ed
             
             


             
            ----- Original Message ----
            From: Joshua <skaryjosh2003@ yahoo.com>
            To: Cussler-DirkPitt@ yahoogroups. com
            Sent: Saturday, December 2, 2006 11:15:33 AM
            Subject: [Cussler-DirkPitt] Help!!!

            Ok, I'm re-reading Casino Royale, but I can't remember the order to
            read the Ian Fleming books. It's not the order of the movies, but I
            don't think it's in the order the books were released either. Kinda
            like the Jack Ryan series by Tom Clancy, you can read them as stand
            alone stories, but they weren't released in chronological sequence.
            Also, I just picked up Treasure of Khan and Skeleton Coast, any
            thoughts before I start on those? And Jack DuBrul's other book must be
            wildly popular, cuz I can't find a copy anywhere around here.
            Josh



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