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Operation: Montauk

4.15 of 5 stars 4.15  ·  rating details  ·  33 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Lost in time after a failed attempt to kill Hitler before his rise to power, World War II soldier Cpl. Jack Mallory finds himself stranded, his whole team killed, nearly 100 Million years off course. Together with a group of other wayward time travelers, Mallory has to fight to survive in a hostile environment swarming with dinosaurs. Desperate to find a way home, the comm ...more
Paperback, 226 pages
Published May 29th 2012 by Silence in the Library (first published May 20th 2012)
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If you like Jurassic Park and Indiana Jones you will probably really like this book. Me, I was expecting a little more of a gradual character development and a little less of popping from one dinosaur attack to the next. Just not my thing.

This is a new spin on time travel, one which I quite enjoyed. Unlike some reviewers, I was actually rather impressed with the ending. I liked how it came together. It really didn't leave me hanging at all--he set the precedent and the rules of the universe and
Enjoyable and action-packed, and a decent sample of the author's potential, this book ultimately fails to deliver.

Main drawback? Not using an editor with the ability to improve this novel up to the standard that it could have reached...

The author did start with a good concept. It's a bit similar to Robert Silverberg's "Hawksbill Station", in which time travel is used as a one-way trip back to a specific point in Earth's pre-history. This one is a little different, in that it is accidental but u

I really, really enjoyed Operation: Montauk. It took a few chapters to get into the meat of the story, which is fitting as the main character is finding his way in an unexpected land.

I don't want to give away anything more than what is already in the other reviews and description of the book. Yes there are Nazis and dinosaurs and time travel and romance and all sorts of things. There is drive behind the story that compels you to keep reading, guess what may happen to the characters, and then doe
Bryan Young's latest book is a fast-paced adventure. Cpl. Jack Mallory and his team were sent back in time to kill Hitler, but an unexpected effect rocketed them back 100 million years instead of only a few. Now Jack, the lone survivor, must hook up with other time travellers from different eras who washed up in the same place and time. Coincidence? To say any more would give away too much of the plot.

This is an engaging read that grabs you and keeps you reading until you arrive breathless at th
Another excellent book by Bryan Young and well worth more than what I paid for it on the Kindle. Who knew that time traveling could be such a chaotic and yet serine experience. In fact it was such a great read that I posted a full review of it here on my blog. Probably one of the better authors that I've read in a good while.
Carrie Essler
This book is one of the best books I've read in a long while. The characters felt so real and likeable which for me personally always makes such a difference. A great story by a great author I would (and plan to) recommend to my friends. Bravo Mr. Young.
3.5 out of 5 stars (I really wish they let you do that!) It was a fun, enjoyable read, but gah! The ending! Not fair! :(
Lydia Grier
Well written and fast paced story. I was so upset with the ending though. Hmmmm
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Good Reads needs more stars. Excellent story with awesome elements of past and future. I didn't want it to end. And it didn't .
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Bryan Young works across many different mediums. As a film producer, his last two films (“This Divided State” and “Killer at Large”) were released by The Disinformation Company and were called “filmmaking gold” by The New York Times. He’s also published comic books with Slave Labor Graphics and Image Comics. He’s a contributor for the Huffington Post and the founder and editor in chief of the geek ...more
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