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THE ROOK - Volume Two
 
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William Carney
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A veil of darkness is descending on the world... Evil forces are rising across the globe. Supernatural madmen vie for control of vast mystical energies, their goal to enslave the world and bend reality to their will... The conflict between light and darkness is raging – with only a handful of brave adventurers risking their lives and very souls to stem the rising tide of ...more
Paperback, 158 pages
Published October 3rd 2008 by Wild Cat Books
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Mat Nastos
Oct 18, 2011 Mat Nastos rated it really liked it
This was my first exposure to The Rook by Barry Reese and it was a pretty decent read - I read the ePub version that was $1.99. If you've ever read a book or story featuring one of the "mystery men" types of the 30s-40s (or, like me, remember them from cheap paperback novels in the 70s) - characters like The Shadow, The Phantom or Doc Savage - then you'll know exactly what to expect here: lot's of action and lots of simple, straight forward fun. If that's what you're looking for then you'll ...more
Ray
Sep 18, 2012 Ray rated it it was amazing
Shelves: new-pulp
First, it should be noted that this book was written by Barry Reese, not William Carney. Second, if you have not read any of the Rook volumes, you need to start. I loved this one, in particular, for the introduction of Leonid Kaslov. While Kaslov is a blatant Doc Savage analogue, I love this character. The Rook is a great character in and of himself, but the addition of Leonid Kaslov adds more depth and excitement to the Rook series. Reese writes pulp-style adventure very well, making it ...more
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