The Six Sacred Stones ePub (Adobe DRM) download by Matthew Reilly And so the hunt begins for the Six Sacred Stones and the all-important knowledge. 年2月25日 Ebook: The Six Sacred Stones ІSBN: Dаtе: Sіzе: MB Fоrmats: pdf, ipad, android, audio, epub, text, ebook. Seven Deadly Wonders. Jack West, Jr. (Series). Book 1. Matthew Reilly Author ( ). cover image of The Six Sacred Stones.
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Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Formatting may be different depending on your device and eBook type. A mysterious ceremony at a hidden location has unlocked a catastrophic countdown to world annihilation. Now, to save the world, supersoldier Jack West Jr and his loyal team of adventurers must find and rebuild a legendary device known as 'the Machine'. The only clues to locating this Machine are held within the fabled Six Sacred Stones, which are scattered around the globe. But Jack and his team are not the only ones seeking the Stones, there are other players involved who don't want to see the world saved at all
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Of course, not only are these six sacred stones hidden in booby-trapped, dangerous places, the other men who want them and the power they will gain by them are hot on the heels of Jack's team, and they aren't afraid to kill whoever gets in their way. Plus, they are led by Jack's arch enemy, his father. As usual, Jack's team zips around the world in their , the Halicarnassus, getting shot at, captured, escaping, and committing dozens of other feats of derring-do while trying to save the world from certain destruction in the nick of time.
His writing tends to be a bit juvenile and he scribbles outside the lines of realism quite a bit, but that's Reilly's way. Think of an excitable guy with an Australian accent who enacts embellished stories with lots of expansive arm gestures and a continually rising voice.
It's not for everyone, but I must say that Reilly's books are a whole lot more entertaining than a great number of adventure thrillers on the shelves these days, and this book was an improvement over his last two. The action is still coming hot and fast, but this time out, Reilly chose to develop his characters a little bit, and the book really benefited from this effort.
Matt Reilly is not the author for anyone looking for a "realistic" historical thriller, but if you like lots of action coupled with impossible stunts, you like your characters slightly overblown and obsessed with nicknames, and you're a fan of last-minute rescues when everything seems lost, this book delivers.
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My biggest complaint is that I felt cheated at its abrupt ending, which was really no ending at all. I was a bit disgusted when the book quite literally left us hanging, but not so much that I won't go out and buy the next one, even though I already know how it will end. I've been reading Matthew Reilly since I stumbled upon Temple about 6 years ago.
I've been a big fan of Reilly ever since. Then there comes Scarecrow. The book had previous characters that I enjoyed and I enjoyed reading it but just didn't have the depth that my top three had, but was still enjoyable.
When 7 Deadly Wonders came out I was really excited but that book just fell short for me. I was used to over the top action after Scarecrow but Wonders just had such a strange writing style that really took the reader out of the action and suspense and really just hurt the overall feel of the book.
When I heard that Reilly's next book was going to be a sequel to Wonders I was pretty disappointed since it was by far my least favorite out of his other great books.
But after getting through that first bit the action slowed down and the formating wasn't as over the top as Wonders. It does become sort of sad when I was actually looking forward for the action to stop so the awkward formating would also stop, but the non-action parts of the book were quite enjoyable and it is better to have more downtime and more storytelling when you are writing a story that takes more than one novel to complete.
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So to sum up a long review I liked it and I'm actually excited for another. Reilly will always be one of my favorite authors and hope the next gets even better.
One person found this helpful. Sometimes it great to leave a novel hanging.
But, other times I hate it and this is one. I wish the author would have rapped the novels storyline up. I hate dangling with so many unanswered questions.
Worthy read for Matthew Reilly. Paperback Verified Purchase. I must admit up-front that I was disappointed with this book in that it is now what I expected. Basically, it is the story about magical stones through history and how the Earth may end unless an ancient rite is performed again within the next year. This would make an excellent adventure movie for high school boys who like this sort of tale. I found many of the circumstances resolved unreasonably - characters pull out oddball implements, seemingly from thin air, to save themselves, and perform physical activities which even the lamest of minds will have a difficult time accepting.
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Formatting may be different depending on your device and eBook type. A mysterious ceremony at a hidden location has unlocked a catastrophic countdown to world annihilation. Now, to save the world, supersoldier Jack West Jr and his loyal team of adventurers must find and rebuild a legendary device known as 'the Machine'.
The only clues to locating this Machine are held within the fabled Six Sacred Stones, which are scattered around the globe. But Jack and his team are not the only ones seeking the Stones, there are other players involved who don't want to see the world saved at all Jack West Junior Audience: General Format: English Number Of Pages: Pan Macmillan Australia. Help Centre.
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