The Five Greatest Warriors

The Five Greatest Warriors

[a Novel]

Book - 2009
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IT BEGAN WITH SIX STONES . . .

From the deserts of Israel to the tsunami-lashed coasts of Japan, from the steppes of Mongolia to the most mysterious island on Earth--this is what we have come to expect from Matthew Reilly: stupendous action, white-knuckle suspense, heroes to cheer for, and an adventure beyond imagination. Strap yourself in and hold on tight as he unleashes his biggest and fastest adventure yet, The 5 Greatest Warriors .

When we last left Jack West Jr., he was plummeting into a fathomless abyss and his quest to save the world from impending Armageddon appeared doomed.

But all hope is not lost.

After an astonishing escape, Jack regroups with his trusty team. Racing to rebuild the final pieces of the fabled "Machine," they discover an ancient inscription containing a rhyme about five mysterious unnamed warriors--great historical figures whose knowledge will be vital to unlocking the secrets of the Machine and its long-lost "pillars." But the ancients have hidden their secrets well, and with each pillar bestowing an incredible power upon its holder, their pursuit has attracted the attention of other forces from around the world--some who want to rule it and others who want to see it destroyed.

With enemies coming at him from every side and the countdown to doomsday rapidly approaching, Jack and his team had better move fast. Because they are about to find out what the end of the world looks like . . .
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2009
ISBN: 9781416577584
9781416577577
Branch Call Number: REILL
Characteristics: 381 p

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TSCPL_msnepp May 28, 2016

The conclusion of this trilogy is welcome to many. I absolutely enjoyed this series, I was hooked from start to finish and was disappointed to see it end. Reilly wastes no time in his third book, jumping right in where the second book left off. I raced through this book to see how everything ended.

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rahmmie
May 01, 2013

Entertaining but I'm glad that this trilogy is over. Reilly is not the best of writers and the plot started to feel repetitive after the second book in the series

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Bellauch
Dec 05, 2010

great follow up to the previous two novels....
Come On Matthew.....write faster!!!

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desai
Jul 26, 2010

Silly and badly written. Beach only

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