• $7.99

Publisher Description


Captain Shane Schofi eld and his elite team of marines is about to discover . . .

There is no hell like a man-made one.

It is an island that doesn’t appear on any maps. A secret location where the government conducts classified experiments. Experiments that have gone terribly wrong. . . . When all contact with the mysterious island is suddenly and inexplicably lost, Captain Shane Schofi eld and four crack Special Forces units parachute in. Nothing prepares them for what they fi nd—the island is a testing ground for a deadly breed of genetically enhanced supersoldiers. You could say they’ve just entered hell, but this place is much, much worse. . . .

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2010
September 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
160
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pocket Books
SELLER
SIMON AND SCHUSTER DIGITAL SALES INC
SIZE
3.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Wheaten greetin ,

Great read but too pricey for length

Didn't notice the # of pages until after purchase. $3.99 would have been perhaps more fair. Loved the story and Scarecrow, but feel kinda ripped off. That said, keep the Scarecrow stories coming, just price accordingly.

Addictshjdjjsbhaywhehdjd ,

Worst Shane Schofield book so far

I loved the first 3 books in the series. When I finished the last one, I immediately bought this one. Before I started, I was disappointed at how short it is. I started it, and it was going great. That's when I got a little further in. Gorillas. He fights genetically engineered, body armored, helmet wearing, M-4 wielding gorillas. It's rise of the planet of the apes all over again. I won't be finishing it.

RK_CA ,

Terrific book for teens that don't like to read

Another reviewer indicates buyer beware because of the limited page length.
The story is short. But it's important to understand that the author states this was intentionally short to encourage those who don't like to read... To read.
YEARS ago I was one of those kids and think it's great the author did this.
This is another great Matthew Reilly book.

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