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The One Impossible Labyrinth: A Jack West Jr Novel 7 Hardcover – 12 October 2021
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THE END IS HERE
Jack West Jr has made it to the Supreme Labyrinth.
Now he faces one last race - against multiple rivals, against time, against the collapse of the universe itself - a headlong race that will end at a throne inside the fabled labyrinth.
AN IMPOSSIBLE MAZE
But the road will be hard.
For this is a maze like no other: a maze of mazes. Uncompromising and complex. Demanding and deadly.
A CATACLYSMIC CONCLUSION
It all comes down to this.
For it ends here - now - in the most lethal and dangerous place Jack has encountered in all of his many adventures. And in the face of this indescribable peril, with everything on the line, there is only one thing he can do.
Attempt the impossible.
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"Nobody writes action like Matthew Reilly." --Vince Flynn on Seven Deadly Wonders
"The wildly imaginative Reilly has taken inspiration from comics, video games, thrillers and Code-style puzzle novels to create this rocket-fueled sequel to his 7 Deadly Wonders...A tongue-in-cheek quality (one that extends to the low-tech looking maps and illustrations) will help readers find this outlandish adventure thrilling." --Publishers Weekly on The Six Sacred Stones
"Think of it as watching an Indiana Jones film on a moving roller coaster!" --Library Journal on The Five Greatest Warriors
- Publisher : Macmillan Australia (12 October 2021)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 416 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1760559091
- ISBN-13 : 978-1760559090
- Dimensions : 16.2 x 4.1 x 24.1 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,413 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The story bounces from one maze to the next and... That's it. Basically one long conclusion that ties up all the loose ends it's a satisfying enough ending if not somewhat predictable.
The deaths in the book are earnt given the length of the series, however Reilly almost revels in the torture porn at odds with the general humour and light action in the rest of the story.
As someone who really did not like the last book after returning to the series after a long break, TOIL is less aggregious with toned down commentary on the church and modern politics and pop culture references.
On the one hand Reilly explains everything on the other any science behind the final revelation is cursary at best and the story would have benefited from even more time at the end explaining how Earth ( and the moon ) came to be, who the civilisation actually was that actually seeded everything and some of the science behind the magic.
Reilly knows what he likes and writes for people who like it. He can describe his own images as long as you don't overthink the science behind it all.
The author smartly avoids bashing Jesus/Christianity and the Church in this one without his own opinions coming through for a change.
A great series, but I'm glad it's over.
A heartstopping finale to an epic series.
The One Impossible Labyrinth is the 7th and final novel in the series featuring our hero, Jack West Junior. The book immediately opens where the previous book left off diving straight into the action. I'd recommend starting from book 1 if you're new to the series.
The Jack West Jnr series is an exhilarating packed adventure series and this latest entry is n exception. Knowing this was the last one, I wanted to savor it but once I started I couldn't put it down devouring page after page as the story raced towards the grand finale.
For Jack and the team the stakes are the highest so far as the fate of the world hangs on their completion of this last Impossible challenge. Each obstacle they have to overcome is more complex, obscure and challenging than the last. Just when you think things couldn't possibly get any more hopeless, thr author pulls.put another gut wrenching twist.
The settings are detailed, intricate and well developed. The pictures help to visualize the locations and puzzles.
The series and this book feels like Tomb Raider and Indiana Jones crossed with a Tom Cruise action movie. While the book focuses heavy on plot and action, the characters are well developed, realistic and each lovable in their own way so its hard to pick a favorite. The alternate and different take on many real historical and mythological events and locations are well done and thought provoking.
Overall, I'd highly recommend this book and series. It's sad to say goodbye to a beloved series after 16 years and 7 books but overall the ending was satisfying and wrapped everything up well.
Thank you to the author, publisher and Netgalley for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Jack and his friends face some ridiculous trials, unimaginable tests and some not very nice opponents.....will they save the DAY?
I'm not telling but I was exhausted when I closed the book.
I feel like I have just said goodbye to my best friend that I'll never see again.
This was such a great ending to a brilliant series.
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Mr Reilly you have done us proud, I can’t wait for your next series of whatever that may be.
So to anyone reading this I hope you enjoy or enjoyed the books as much as me, I really can’t recommend them enough. Thank you
Jack and his family fight the good fight from page one book one.
I'm sad it's over but will look out for future Mathew Reilly books because the action never stops