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The Fourth Law

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

21 out of 22 people found this review helpful.

Move over Tom Clancy, Paul Stein Has Created A Masterpiece

Just Found A New Great Author - Mystery, Thriller, Excitement. Paul Stein has crafted an amazing first novel in "The Fourth Law" Part adventure, part mystery, all excitement, the story mixes science fiction, espionage and satire. Follow an ex-military guy and an oil mag...
Just Found A New Great Author - Mystery, Thriller, Excitement. Paul Stein has crafted an amazing first novel in "The Fourth Law" Part adventure, part mystery, all excitement, the story mixes science fiction, espionage and satire. Follow an ex-military guy and an oil magnate as they develop a plan to break into Fort Knox. Will their plan work, or can good prevail? Steins characters are well developed and his writing is magnificent. I can see Stein being compared to Tom Clancy and would dare say he will have a great career as a writer. The Fourth Law will not disappoint. Be prepared to keep reading, because you will not want to put it down.

posted by GetBookReviews on April 10, 2011

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Good book but long

This story started out really slow and I almost gave up. I think at times it just had way too many details and some of the time there was things written that felt like it had nothing to do with the story. Once the story finally picked up it got exciting. I do need to...
This story started out really slow and I almost gave up. I think at times it just had way too many details and some of the time there was things written that felt like it had nothing to do with the story. Once the story finally picked up it got exciting. I do need to give the author credit for how well he developed his charecters and also how he gave good descriptions and a feel for your sorroundings. I admit I had to skim through some sections because I started to get board but the parts with action kept my intrest enough to finish. This is a good book if you can get through the wordy parts. 1080 pages long.

posted by 17003667 on September 23, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2012

    Good book but long

    This story started out really slow and I almost gave up. I think at times it just had way too many details and some of the time there was things written that felt like it had nothing to do with the story. Once the story finally picked up it got exciting. I do need to give the author credit for how well he developed his charecters and also how he gave good descriptions and a feel for your sorroundings. I admit I had to skim through some sections because I started to get board but the parts with action kept my intrest enough to finish. This is a good book if you can get through the wordy parts. 1080 pages long.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2012

    Accurate details

    Writer should get facts straight. Tesla not Edison discovered AC. Edison did invent the light bulb with the screw in base, but was pushing for DC current Also, once the agent saw the affect of the machine on the Hummer, why did he allow the plan to move foward?

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