The Five Greatest Warriors - Matthew Reilly Reviews
Description:ISBN 1409103129 / Paperback: 544 pages / Publisher: Orion / Published: 25 Nov 2010
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by - written on 02/09/13 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I've read some other books by Matthew Reilly, and he writes similar action / adventure stories with a fast pace, and more often not the hero survives against incredible odds. They can be far fetched, and the Five Greatest Warriors is no exception. However, it may be unbelievable, it may be far fetched, but somehow I keep coming back for more! The Five Greatest Warriors is the third book in a series about Jack West Junior, who is trying to find the stones required to assemble an ancient machine which will in turn stop the destruction of the earth caused by a dark sun which enters our solar system. There is a numerical theme going on the series - the first book is called .. Read the complete review
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