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

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

by Matthew Reilly
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The 5 Greatest Warriors (Jack West Junior Series #3) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 151 reviews.
BobfromAccounting More than 1 year ago
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.
harstan More than 1 year ago
The Dark Star has begun it entry to the solar system. If it is allowed to continue its arrival, the earth will be destroyed by the negative solar energy this sun emits. Australian adventurer Jack West Jr. knows that life has survived the last visit, but not how. He and his team begin a desperate race to find a way to prevent pandemic calamity from occurring. As he and his squad work on solving seemingly indecipherable riddles, some people believe the Dark Star should come to earth. They try to prevent Jack and company from succeeding; and with time running out they look like they will achieve their objective. The pace of this entertaining thriller is faster than Indiana Jones as Jack and his teammates go from one adventure to another without a respite. The story line is action, action and nth degree action. Although the plot is over the top of Mt. Kosciusko (make that Mt. Everest) fans who ignore plausibility will want to go along for the ride (see Seven Ancient Wonders and The Six Sacred Stones). Harriet Klausner
Anonymous 6 months ago
Another wonderful book by this author! Can't wait to read more!
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Great thing about matthew rielly he NEVER disopints
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While this last book was better tan the two previous books in the series, I still found the author to be incredibly bigoted against America as well as most of Europe. The writing has improved and the characters were given much more depth but the action was very repetitive. The dialogue left allot to be desired and I am still trying to figure out when "shoomed" became a legitimate word. I would not read this series if I had the choice to make over. It fell flat for me. Reilly is not at all comparable to the masters of this genre, such as Jeremy Robinson or James Rollins.If asked, I would have to say "Don't bother. It isn't worth the time and effort. Stephanie Clanahan
rmd270 More than 1 year ago
The final chapter in the Jack West, Jr grabbed you from the start with action, adventure and tons of fun. After being left with a cliffhanger ending on the predecessor 6 Sacred Stones, 5 Greatest Warriors adeptly moves the story forward. Great character development with lots of twists, turns and excitement. The story with its rich tie in to history and some fascinating locales is part Indiana Jones and part Rambo this story goes wire-to-wire.
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KelliJ1 More than 1 year ago
Some parts were a little silly even for a thriller but it was still a good book.
munchkinSW More than 1 year ago
Never boring!! Be prepared to find a room to lock youself in for the duration because you'll not be able to put it down! Prepare your meals ahead of time or send out because you won't have time! There are no breathers no lulls in the stories, believe me your stuck....
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bravewarrior More than 1 year ago
This is the third book in the trilogy and does not have a cliff-hanger that book two did. There was a year in between books 2 & 3 which was annoying. Book one was great with the ancient wonders of the world. Book 2 was okay, far-fetched and I let it go. This one was so-so. I read the first 200 pages, skimmed, and read the mission. I like the diagrams the author includes, but sometimes he lets that be the set-up to the scene. All in all, it was a big disappointment.
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