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Publisher's Summary

An incredible victory at a terrible price.... To the mountains and the fall....

Against all the odds, Jack West Jr found the Three Secret Cities - but at a heartbreaking cost.

Still reeling from his loss, Jack must now get to one of the five iron mountains - two of which have never been found - and perform a mysterious feat known only as ‘The Fall’.

Amid all this, Jack will discover that a new player has entered the race, a general so feared by the four legendary kingdoms they had him locked away in their deepest dungeon. Only now this general has escaped and he has a horrifying plan of his own....

Time is running out, and the stakes have never been higher for Jack and his crew, in this thrilling penultimate instalment of the Jack West series.

©2020 Matthew Reilly (P)2020 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

Critic Reviews

"Offers constant, nail-biting action." (Publishers Weekly)

"Reilly is the hottest action writer around." (The Evening Telegraph)

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Captain West has lost His magic

I have read every one of Matthew Reilly's books and this is the first one that I couldn't finish. It wasn't bad, per say, just predictable and boring. Lost interest in the Captain West story. Returned

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Almost to the End

This is the second to last book in the Jack West Jr series. I enjoy all of Matthew Reilly’s books for the interesting characters and great action. I’ve read all the books multiple times, but I’m now starting to do the audio version too. (Nothing can replace a hard copy book for those excellent maps).
But I really dislike the sound of this narrators voice. It constantly pulls me out of the story. The only reason I kept listening is because it’s a Matthew Reilly book or I would have returned it. I will definitely not get any audiobook by this narrator after finishing this series.

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Bad volume

The sound was distant and low. The problem was not resolved satisfactorily, nothing could be done.

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Great book. Bad narration.

The story is exactly what you expect from this series. If you enjoyed the rest of the series you will love this one as well. Unfortunately the narrator didn't help the story. I ended up returning the audible version and just reading the novel on kindle.

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The only thing is waiting for the ONE!!!

I have enjoyed all of Matthew Reilly books. So I am a little bias. This is a great book if you have read the previous books. If not go back and read them and get to know the characters and their development and growth.

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Narrator Quality Check?

I thought this penultimate novel suffered from a bit too much exposition and setup for the final book in the series. My main gripe was with the narrator, specifically with constant mispronunciations. “Principia and Omega” were the two biggest offenders in my book. Isn’t anyone doing some kind of quality check while recording the books? Like hey, omega isn’t pronounced “Oh-Mee-ga”, how do you not catch that?