Eric Lustbader, who delivers electrifying suspense in the #1 bestsellers featuring Robert Ludlum’s™ Jason Bourne, sends an honor-bound Ninja on a. Floating City (A Nicholas Linnear Novel) [Eric Van Lustbader] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The second novel in the trilology. Nicholas. Deep within the Vietnamese jungle lies Floating City, a secret empire run on riches and murder. At its heart is Rock, an American Vietnam vet — a killing machine.
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A busy week and a floatung reading book, but its done. Mar 10, Joseph Kramer rated it it was amazing Shelves: Published December 1st by Pocket Books first published July 28th Alex rated it liked it Sep 23, No trivia or quizzes yet.
Phil rated it liked it Jan 12, Honorable bad guys and elaborate secrets mingle with the usual senseless violence and sensual, exploited Asian women. Interesting but at times tedious reading. Lists with This Book. They along with Japanese government officials, Yakuza gangsters, an ex us soldier in Viet Nam who has grabbed hold of the drug trade, a powerful US senator as will as Mafia heads and other mysterious characters keep the reader bouncing around from one local to the other.
Steve rated it liked it Mar 27, He has published as Eric Lustbader, Eric V. Eric Lustbader is one of a kind. Haven’t read this since, and I honestly don’t know if I’d like it just as much but a nostalgic 5 stars for sure – for then at least. I read this primarily due to my interest in stories re: Gerd rated it did not like it Oct 18, May 07, J.
Aug 20, Darryl Gan rated it it was amazing. Jane rated it it llustbader amazing Aug 09, Martin rated it liked it May 22, Very enjoyable for those who like the orient and supense and mystery.
David rated it did not like it Mar 25, I even spent several days looking thru the net to find character summaties, notesand etc. Action from beginning to end with lots of twists, flashbacks, and suspense.
This book takes place in Japan with many Japanese cultural topics that are just so foreign to me they slow the read way down and take all the joy lustbadee reading away. Until then, it is housed with its creator, a Russian cyberneticist and defector, in Floating City, the Vietnamese stronghold of Rock, lusbader American veteran who had too much fun firing his missile launcher to ever leave Vietnam.
Preview — Floating City by Eric Lustbader. Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts. Nicholas Linnear is a business man, son of a military officer who was deeply involved in the recovery of Japan after WWII.
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Cogito rated it it was amazing Apr 12, Want to Read saving…. Books by Eric Lustbader.
Floating City (Nicholas Linnear, #5) by Eric Lustbader
Please provide an email address. I am very glad it is over. Before turning to writing full-time, vxn enjoyed successful careers in the New York City public school system, where he holds licenses in both elementary and early childhood education, and in the music business, where he worked for Elektra Records and CBS Records.
Peter Drengubiak rated it really liked it Dec 31, Read this in the mid 90’s when just a horny teen – the Ninja stuff and of course the lustbaser stuff blew my hormonal juvenile mind. His descriptions are crisp without the adjective rich exposure.
Other books in the series. Linear has stepped into a realm of psychic experience that makes him a wizard of sorts, but this is fiction and we can accept that characterization.
FLOATING CITY by Eric Van Lustbader | Kirkus Reviews
May 09, Gabe S rated it it was amazing. Return to Book Page. Lustbader has written other books that touch on these subjects and they, like this story, are enjoyable in a simple manner. One of the poorer entries in the series. In all, it was a decent break from my more complexly written mystery novels. Apr 26, K rated it liked it.
The new Jason Bourne novels. Made me think of an old Nick Carter pulp but much! While mingling with these politicians and gangsters, the heroes rely upon their unique resources: