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The 5 Greatest Warriors (Jack West Junior Series #3)

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Matthew Reilly - not quite at his finest

Although I enjoyed this book and it certainly was a good conclusion to the preceding books in this series, I did not necessarily feel this was Matthew Reilly at his finest. Please do not take this comment the wrong way - I will continue to buy Mr. Reilly's books as I e...
Although I enjoyed this book and it certainly was a good conclusion to the preceding books in this series, I did not necessarily feel this was Matthew Reilly at his finest. Please do not take this comment the wrong way - I will continue to buy Mr. Reilly's books as I enjoy his fast paced style, the interaction of his characters and the subject matter of his books. Additionally, this is a must read for anyone who has started reading this series and if you like Matthew Reilly, this book certainly will not disappoint. However, I enjoyed other Matthew Reilly books better, even ones from this series. I felt that the action became bogged down in the middle of the book, which is a first for me regarding any of the Mr. Reilly's previous books. By the time the characters arrived to the final Vertex, I was anxious to have this wrapped up and over. I also had the feeling Mr. Reilly did as well, particularly when considering how rapidly things drew to a conclusion. Again, I look forward to Mr. Reilly's future writings and fully intend to keep purchasing his books, especially now that this series has ended.

posted by BobfromAccounting on February 23, 2010

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1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

this Book my last

All characters have a nick name..even planes and subs ! The wrighting is out in left field,and going farther. Good by.

posted by bobRP on April 16, 2010

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  • Posted February 23, 2010

    Matthew Reilly - not quite at his finest

    Although I enjoyed this book and it certainly was a good conclusion to the preceding books in this series, I did not necessarily feel this was Matthew Reilly at his finest. Please do not take this comment the wrong way - I will continue to buy Mr. Reilly's books as I enjoy his fast paced style, the interaction of his characters and the subject matter of his books. Additionally, this is a must read for anyone who has started reading this series and if you like Matthew Reilly, this book certainly will not disappoint. However, I enjoyed other Matthew Reilly books better, even ones from this series. I felt that the action became bogged down in the middle of the book, which is a first for me regarding any of the Mr. Reilly's previous books. By the time the characters arrived to the final Vertex, I was anxious to have this wrapped up and over. I also had the feeling Mr. Reilly did as well, particularly when considering how rapidly things drew to a conclusion. Again, I look forward to Mr. Reilly's future writings and fully intend to keep purchasing his books, especially now that this series has ended.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 9, 2011

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    Reilly Keeps Trucking

    Like all of Reilly's books, The Five Greatest Warriors is all about the action. Some of the scenes and gadgets are hard to swallow, but this is a good, escapist thriller, so you just grin, shake your head, and move along. In the main, it's a story that keeps you interested. Good rainy day book for the thriller fan.

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  • Posted February 22, 2010

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    Great blockbuster of a book.

    This book was a good finish to a great series by Matthew Reilly. Don't read this unless you have read the previous 2 books, which I happened to enjoy more than this book. This book was very far-fetched and was too unrealistic for me to give it a perfect rating. This book is packed with action if that is what you like. However the action is reads more like a video game than a blockbuster movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2009

    The 5 Greatest Warriors

    After recently seeing Matt is publishing a new story, I am sleepless with anticipation. I simply can't help but wonder what happened to our heroes to end "The Six Sacred Stones." I have eagerly devourde everything Matt has previously written. It can only be hoped that he has'nt forgotten his main character being trapped at the bottem of a pit! It will be interesting to see how this story begins, and whether Sacred Stones is referenced.

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