Written on: 10/03/2004 by Invincible (1 review written)
After having read the first two of Matthew Reilly's books, I found Scarecrow not up to par with them as an overall book. But nonetheless I liked it. A number of differences and plot twists make it odd, yet good. The speed seems too unrealistic and I would have wished for the book to dwell a little longer in a number of locations like the krask 8 station instead of scarecrow zipping out like a bat out of hell. The one thing Reilly can do is make 24 hours seem endless, he did it in area 7... (read more)
Written on: 16/01/2004 by Harriet Klausner (18660 reviews written)
Dunne, Mar 2004, $24.95, 368 pp.
The intelligence report claimed that Islamic terrorists took control of the Krask 8: Penal and Maintenance Installation Siberian submarine repair base and with the seizure possess nuclear missiles. US Marine Shane "Scarecrow" Schofield and an elite Delta Force race to stop the terrorists before they can use or sell their cache of mass destruction.
However, instead of Islamic enemies, Schofield and company are... (read more)
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