The Three Secret Cities (Jack West Jr. Series #5)

The Three Secret Cities (Jack West Jr. Series #5)

by Matthew Reilly


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ISBN-13: 9781501167195
Publisher: Gallery Books
Publication date: 12/04/2018
Series: Jack West Jr. Series , #5
Pages: 448
Sales rank: 509
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.50(d)

About the Author

Matthew Reilly is the New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of numerous novels, including The Tournament, The Great Zoo of China, The Five Greatest Warriors, The Six Sacred Stones, Seven Deadly Wonders, Ice Station, Temple, Contest, Area 7, Scarecrow, the children’s book Hover Car Racer, and the novella, Hell Island. His books have been published in more than twenty languages in twenty countries, and he has sold more than seven million copies worldwide. Visit him at and at

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The Three Secret Cities 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 2 days ago
A total roller-coaster of a ride, plot just keeps the reader gasping the whole way! Cannot wait for the next book - please do not let it be to long!!!
S_White_1218 7 days ago
Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review! Man alive, was this one a roller coaster ride??? Oh wait, they all are. This one, though, might tear your heart out. There's torture and suffering and death.... but there's also a lot of fun classic Jack West adventure: crazy rescues, ancient cities, cool powerful artifacts, daring escapes, overwhelming odds, etc. If you've not picked up any of Jack West's series, you should, starting with Seven Deadly Wonders. They're not deep literature, but they are absolutely fun as can be, especially if you go in expecting it to be cheesy and fun like most books can only aspire to be. This is the fifth book in the series, so at this point, we're more invested in many of the characters... which makes some of the losses that much more painful. But I think you'll find the ride worth it. Join Jack West and his gang as they tear around the world, trying to save it YET AGAIN from both huge natural disasters and power-hungry villains, and you can be the newest part of his crew. :)
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JeanK 4 days ago
Picking up The Seven Deadly Sins (the first Jack West Jr. book) on a whim, I was immediately hooked on this series. As Matthew Reilly’s series counted down to The Three Secret Cities, West encountered constant obstacles that may have seemed insurmountable, but with the assistance of family and friends he continues his quests. In Reilly’s previous novel West was kidnapped and forced to compete in a number of deadly challenges to become the world’s greatest warrior. After winning, he turned against the rulers of the four kingdoms, causing chaos and preventing the prevailing ruler from stopping the end of all things. The Three Secret Cities picks up the story immediately after the games. To prevent the end of mankind, West must find three objects - a mace, a helmet and a sword. These must be delivered to three cities of legend to activate them before they are reunited in a central location. West must split up his team to complete the tasks within a limited time while also being chased by bounty hunters and fighting the guardians of the cities. The action begins on page one of this book and never lets up. Fans of the series will see the return of favorite characters, but there are also casualties that leave West devastated. This is a globe-spanning quest that leaves you breathless. Reilly ends his book with a cliffhanger that hints at the goals in the next volume. This is a series that is highly recommended and I can not wait to see what Reilly puts his characters through in the next volume. I would like to thank NetGalley and Gallery, Threshold Pocket Books for providing this book for my honest review.