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The 5 Greatest Warriors - Matthew Reilly
The 5 Greatest Warriors
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Format: kindle
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Series: Jack West Jr (#3)
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Brian's Book Blog
Brian's Book Blog rated it
4.0 The Five Greatest Warriors
Sequel to The Six Sacred Stones, and begins right where that book left off, with Jack West Jr falling down a huge abyss.As usual, it goes from one extreme event to another, with more groups making themselves known to find the last pillars of wisdom and the benefits they would bring to the person hol...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it
3.0 The Five Greatest Warriors (Jack West Junior 3)
It's almost like Indiana Jones meets James Bond meets the Da Vinci Code. Jack west has to take the pillars to various points around the world and ensure the survival of the world, the author making racist side-swipes at various people and mounting cliche upon cliche. Readable but seriously did bre...
Timmeloche rated it
4.0 The 5 Greatest Warriors (Jack West Junior Series #3)
This Review is for the Audiobook version of the 5 greatest Warriors.The Five Greatest Warriors is the sequel to the 6 Sacred Stones. It picks off from the literal cliff hanger ending of the previous book.As with the previous Jack West Jr. novels, I received exactly what I expected. Absurd action a...
Mandrake's Cabinet of Readables & Curiosities
Mandrake's Cabinet of Readables & Curiosities rated it
3.0 The 5 Greatest Warriors
Enjoyable overall, but rediculously unbelievable and unrealistic action sequences became a little tedious after a while. Also, as I Christian I did not appreciate the sub-plot of the body of Jesus Christ being discovered. Obviously Matthew Reilly and I don't share the same world-view. Jesus is a...
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Tyson Adams Reviews rated it
4.0 The 5 Greatest Warriors
You know a good book when you still manage to be thrilled no matter what your mood is.My thoughts on this book are fairly similar to The Six Sacred Stones review. http://thetysonadams.blogspot.com/2011/06/book-review-six-sacred-stones-matthew.html
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