Now, in 2006, another Tartarus Rotation is due, and whoever places the reconstructed Capstone on the pyramid in time will gain absolute earthly power. Everyone wants the Capstone - from the most powerful countries to terrorists - and one daring coalition of eight small nations who think that no single country should possess such awesome power.
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This book hit the ground running and moved faster with every chapter.
Jack West Jr. is introduced as an elite soldier. As the story progresses, his underlying character is an unexpected yet pleasant deviations from the traditional hero.
Indiana Jones meets Mission Impossible.
This is a very solid story and would make a great movie.
Jack West is a fabulous leading character, can't wait to see the casting for the eventual movie.
Super Jack and his gang are the most entertaining bunch I have ever had the pleasure of listening to. I can't wait for the first Reilly Movie.
I am married with a teenage son and run my own business. As I am visually impaired, audio books are my life.
Not the best reilly book I've listened to. I was happy when it was over. Some parts were OK
This was an excellent choice. The writing is superb and fast paced, action filled. The narrator was wonderful, creating audible accent differences making it seem like there were multiple different speakers of this multi-national team.
I have previously read this book (actually the entire series) so already knew I would love it. The narrator was ok, did a decent job with it, but the way he pronounced some words throughout the book made me cringe. Still, the few issues are completely worth it for this amazing read.
One issue with an audio book is that they cannot describe drawn images, and this author uses them regularly. I recommend actually reading the book at least once so you get a feel for the maps and symbols in it.
narrator too cheezy.otherwise very entertaining. too many bangs and kapows. felt I was watching 1960 batman. fun story
The story oozes anti- American and anti-Christain bias by the author. There was also a notable lack of military tactics and equipment. This could have been a fun read.
Very disappointed. Felt like I was listening to the scene-by-scene narration of a ridiculous video game. Not what I was expecting. Very predictable and silly. I just had to stop after the main character (a mere mortal mind you) jumped on the back of a 30 foot crocodile and snapped its neck with his bare hands ....ya....right. Even fiction has it's limits of believability.
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