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Matthew Reilly

Autor(a) de Seven Ancient Wonders

54 Works 17,944 Membros 478 Críticas 60 Favorited

About the Author

Matthew Reilly was born in Sydney, Australia on July 2, 1974. He graduated from St. Aloysius' College and studied law at the University of New South Wales. He writes the Hover Car Racer series and the Jack West Junior series. His other works include Ice Station, Temple, Contest, Area 7, Scarecrow, mostrar mais and Hell Island. (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos


Obras por Matthew Reilly

Seven Ancient Wonders (2005) 2,150 exemplares
Ice Station (1998) 2,077 exemplares
Temple (1999) 1,654 exemplares
Area 7 (2001) 1,602 exemplares
Scarecrow (2003) 1,515 exemplares
The Six Sacred Stones (2007) 1,494 exemplares
Contest (1996) 1,375 exemplares
The Five Greatest Warriors (2009) 1,033 exemplares
Hell Island (2010) 817 exemplares
The Great Zoo of China (2014) 706 exemplares
Scarecrow Returns (2012) 658 exemplares
The Tournament (2013) 471 exemplares
Hover Car Racer (2004) 431 exemplares
The Four Legendary Kingdoms (2016) 405 exemplares
The Three Secret Cities (2018) 319 exemplares
The Two Lost Mountains (2020) 203 exemplares
The Secret Runners of New York (2019) 181 exemplares
The One Impossible Labyrinth (2021) 167 exemplares
Troll mountain (2014) 134 exemplares
Cobalt Blue (2022) 96 exemplares
Crash Course (2005) 85 exemplares
Ice Station | Hell Island (2007) 54 exemplares
Mr Einstein's Secretary (2023) 44 exemplares
Full Throttle (2006) 35 exemplares
Photo Finish (2007) 22 exemplares
Area 7 [and] Contest (2005) 20 exemplares
Troll Mountain: Episode I (2014) 19 exemplares
Troll Mountain: Episode II (2014) 10 exemplares
Troll Mountain: Episode III (2014) 8 exemplares
Arctic Fire (2013) 7 exemplares
Complex 13 7 exemplares
Altitude Rush 6 exemplares
The Mine 5 exemplares
Time Tours 5 exemplares
The Dead Prince 5 exemplares
Interceptor 1 exemplar
Souboj (2002) 1 exemplar
Dødsjakten (2009) 1 exemplar
Stories 1 exemplar
Two Lost Mountains 1 exemplar


Conhecimento Comum

Nome canónico
Reilly, Matthew
Nome legal
Reilly, Matthew John
Data de nascimento
Local de nascimento
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Locais de residência
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Aloysius' College, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
University of New South Wales (LLB)
Reilly, Stephen (brother)
Reilly, Ray (father)
Reilly, Denise (mother)
Freer, Natalie (wife)

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Matthew John Reilly (2 July 1974) is an Australian action thriller writer. His novels are noted for their fast pace, twisting plots and intense action.



Fast paced and action packed, the latest Jack West Jr instalment does not disappoint.

**minor spoilers ahead**

Once again, Matthew Reilly masterfully puts reimagines ancient myth, legend and history, and crafts it into an action thriller that barely gives you time to take a breath. There really are some incredible highs and lows, both literally and figuratively, and although there are a few reflective breaks in the middle, mostly in the form of flashbacks or catch-ups, the duration of the plot can be measured in hours, if not minutes. It’s almost ironic that the one of the villains’ masterful schemes involves putting entire cities to sleep, because it seems like Jack West and his team just never get, nor indeed need, any!

I think it became obvious to me quite early on that though the Supreme Labyrinth was the objective everyone was gunning for, it wasn’t going to be the focal point of this book, so in many ways this was just ‘how everyone got to the Labyrinth’. Which is fine - to quote another series I’m currently reading, Journey before Destination - but it does make it the second book in a row where there’s not a real conclusion. I’m glad Matthew Reilly addresses this in his interview and calls it essentially a three-part story leading to the Omega Event, and it gives him more of an opportunity to do it justice.

All in all, the The Two Lost Mountains manages to lay the groundwork for the grand finale of the series by really bringing out the desperation but also the determination of Jack and his team. With so many players in the game and literally the entire universe at stake, I can’t wait to see how it all wraps up.
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XavierDragnesi | 5 outras críticas | Mar 31, 2024 |
The first in the Sheffield series and the best. Perhaps it is the Antarctica setting that intrigues and makes it appear better than it really is. Be that as it may , what sets this series apart is the fast-paced action that the writer managed to convey within an unlikely medium - the novel.
nitrolpost | 58 outras críticas | Mar 19, 2024 |
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