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Harry rated it it was amazing Feb 25, The pacing is excellent, and the book is very hard to put down once you’ve begun. Be the first to ask a question about La Machination Voronov.
La Machination Voronov (Blake et Mortimer, #14) by Yves Sente
General Ufa, the military overseer of the rocket project, dispatches soldiers to recover the remains of the rocket, but it quickly becomes clear that more than just rocket debris has macchination returned to Earth. Even Russia’s political elite have been struck down.
Sarebbe da approfondire questa cosa di come Olrik sia sempre dappertutto e di come riesca sempre a salvarsi.
Wish I could still read Francais, bit it would take me a year to read this. Massenvernichtungswaffen sind ein beliebtes Thema in Kalter-Krieg-Geschichten. Open Preview See a Problem?
I recommend this book to people who love adventure stories. The use of intergalactic bacteria in an otherwise fairly straightforward spy story is just the kind of thing that Jacobs would do.
No trivia or quizzes yet. It’s just that madhination a lot that happens here and not a moment is wasted. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
La Machination Voronov
The rest is a densely-packed tale of spies and counter-spies as Captain Blake heads undercover to retrieve a sample of the bacteria and rescue a captured agent. ThL92 rated it really liked it Sep 17, Return to Book Page. Hardcover62 pages. A soviet rocket test goes awry, and the rocket crashes back to earth carrying a deadly bacteria from space — a bacteria that may be used as a biological weapon against the West.
Probably a few more beefed up action sequences would be necessary. Still, what we have here is a reasonably gripping Cold War thriller in the classic FrancoBelgian style, a little densely plotted and executed for its own good, but reasonably entertaining of its kind.
However, despite these complexities, The Voronov Plot still manages to speed along at a cracking pace and is, at heart, a rip-roaring s pulp adventure.
While the rest of the world waits with baited breath, as a precursor to Sputnik the Soviets launch an experimental rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome. Niclas Jansson rated it liked machinatioh Jul 09, Want to Read saving….
However, it’s an excellent cold war-era spy tale. Action peaks at a Liverpool parish fair where two well-known Liverpudlians are about to meet for the first time.
Karl Hickey rated it liked it Jan 10, I’m certain there are more easter eggs for those willing to search. Next one I’ll go back to the original Edgar P.
Which is not to say that the story feels rushed or contrived in any way. Joumana rated it really machinaton it Nov 26, Felt a little nostalgic for the Lille days.
Books vooronov Yves Sente. All of those sent to recover the rocket soon die of severe internal haemorrhages, causing Professor Ilyushin, the scientist who designed the rocket, to speculate that it must have picked up some kind of deadly intergalactic bacteria during its brief time in space. Nor is the narrative ever dependent on the Giant Wall of Exposition that is often a weak spot in Blake and Mortimer. Caleb rated it really liked it Jan 16, However, Voronov has ideas of his own about how the bacteria should be used and, aided by the dastardly Colonel Olrik, he plans to turn the bacteria into a biological weapon that can be used pa the West.