Godzilla at World's End

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Random House Children's Books, 1998 - Fiction - 321 pages
4 Reviews
This sophisticated sci-fi thriller is set in the year 2001. A team of young
science students makes an eerie discovery. Miles below the surface of the South
Pole, the Ancient Ones, a race of crystalline beings, have awakened after a
million years, horrified to find "their" world infected by a plague of humans.
To eliminate humanity, the Ancient Ones create an army of cybernetic monsters
who lay waste to South America, China, and Russia before descending upon Japan
to do battle with Godzilla. The young scientists in Antarctica and Godzilla,
King of the Monsters, are humanity's last line of defense against the giant
monster army of the Ancient Ones. Nonstop action and thrilling battles will
keep young adult readers glued to the page!

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Review: Godzilla at World's End (Official Godzilla)

User Review  - Kev Bow - Goodreads

I enjoyed this book as a child & now reading it about 15+ years later I still enjoy it. At times I felt like the pace of the book was slow, and at other times fast.... but hey that is Godzilla for you ... Read full review

Review: Godzilla at World's End (Official Godzilla)

User Review  - Rhea - Goodreads

In my opinion, this book is interesting to read, especially beginning. However, the wording might be too difficult to understand, at least for me. But it was as okay book. Read full review

About the author (1998)

Marc Cerasini’ s numerous writing credits include "The Complete Idiot’ s Guide to the U.S. Special Ops Forces and Heroes: U.S. Marine Corps Medal of Honor Winners, a jacketed hardcover that recounts the history of the Marine corps through the story of its nearly 300 medal of honor winners. Marc has also written for Tom Clancy in a number of capacities, creating the bible for the Clancy Power Plays series (set in Russia), writing the YA action/adventure thriller "The Ultimate Escape for Clancy’ s NetForce series and writing one of the major essays on Clancy’ s contribution to the genre of the technothriller for the Berkley trade bestseller "The Tom Clancy Companion. Other works include "24: The House Special Subcommittee's Findings at CTU.  

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