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Five Greatest Warriors by Matthew Reilly
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Apr 30, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: fiction, adventure, 2011
Read from April 30 to May 05, 2011 — I own a copy

Captain Jack West, Jr. is back with his mismatched crew members. This book starts off right where The Six Sacred Stones ends, where Captain West is falling to his death. But surely the hero cannot die. Captain West stays alive and continue his mission to save the world from the Dark Sun, from the power-hungry nations, and from his very own father.

This time, the challenges are more dangerous, more risky. Captain West has to race against time (as always) in order to save the entire human civilization from being wiped off the face of the earth. But along the way, he has to fight his father and half-brother. Captain West's team got separated as they continue on their assigned mission.

This book is more intense than the first two books, Seven Deadly Wonders and The Six Sacred Stones. The actions are more dizzying than ever. And being the final book in the Captain Jack West series, death is unavoidable. The deaths are mostly gruesome, that made me go "Shit!" at times. Captain West loses one of his best friends, and one of the key characters in the series.

To sum it all up, Five Greatest Warriors is one action-packed book that will keep you at the edge of your seat all the time. This is the best book out of the three books in the series. Kudos to you, Mr. Reilly.

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