Before reading Arctic Drift, I read some comments that some people were disappointed with the book. After finishing it a couple weeks ago, I was pleasantly surprised. It may not have captured my imagination from the very beginning like some of his books have, but I thought the last half was quite exciting.
Since a great deal of the book takes place in Canada, I was wondering if Cussler redeemed himself in the minds of those who were disappointed in the Chase geography error?
I could be an outlier and I've only read a couple of the newer books, but so far the kids haven't really bothered me. Of course, they are no substitute for Dirk and Al...
Anyway, I just ordered Treasure as my next Cussler yarn. I've read the Pitt series up through Cyclops and have also read Treasure of Khan. It may be awhile before I read Treasure since I have some non-Cussler books to read as well.