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The Tomb of Hercules (Nina Wilde/Eddie Chase Series #2)

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Is there such a thing as being a McDermottaholic?

I was sort of aprehensive about Andy McDermott in the beginning. The reviews weren't the greatest (or so I've heard). I got the first book in the Wilde and Chase series, "Search for Atlantis" and from the first chapter, I was hooked. This book is no different. A little ...
I was sort of aprehensive about Andy McDermott in the beginning. The reviews weren't the greatest (or so I've heard). I got the first book in the Wilde and Chase series, "Search for Atlantis" and from the first chapter, I was hooked. This book is no different. A little more romantic drama in this book than I would have liked, but overall, a really good read. It was honestly hard to put down once I got into it. If I had to relate the series to something mainstream for those who don't know what McDermott's Nina Wilde and Eddie Chase Series is like; it's like 50% Indiana Jones, 25% James Bond, and 25% Die Hard.

posted by Natz86 on July 17, 2010

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1 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

WORST BOOK WRITTEN BY WORST AUTHOR

Let me first say that I chatted with the author ANdy McDermott on his Twitter account: @jawbroken He is childish and rude, and his grammar is atrocious. He used foul language and hurtful words.

As for the book... don't buy it. The plot is predictable and the characte...
Let me first say that I chatted with the author ANdy McDermott on his Twitter account: @jawbroken He is childish and rude, and his grammar is atrocious. He used foul language and hurtful words.

As for the book... don't buy it. The plot is predictable and the characters are weak - just like the author in real life.

posted by Boo-Yah on March 9, 2011

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  • Posted February 17, 2010

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    What tomb?

    After reading "The Hunt for Atlantis" I felt compelled to read this book. It would surely have to be better. It wasn't. There is so much wrong with this book there isn't enough space to write it all. "The Tomb of Hercules" would lead you to believe there might be something about the tomb in the book. I was 200 pages into the book before the story line got there. It was another great "Eddie" book all about his past/present adventures and how many people he could kill.

    If you want to read a really great thriller/adventure try Matthew Reilly or James Rollins. They will keep you on the edge of your seat and you won't be able to put the book down.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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