7 Deadly Wonders

Front Cover
Thorndike Press, Mar 22, 2006 - Fiction - 647 pages
26 Reviews
In ancient times, a Golden Capstone was placed atop the Great Pyramid at Giza for protection from the global flooding and scorching sun caused by the Tartarus Rotation, a solar event that occurs every 4,500 years. Then Alexander the Great broke the Capstone into seven pieces and hid them at the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. According to legend, whoever places the Capstone on the pyramid at the next Tartarus Rotation - coming in 2006 - will gain absolute power for the next 1,000 years. In a headlong race to find it are the world's most powerful countries, gangs of evil terrorists ... and a daring coalition of small nations who feel that no single country should possess such an awesome power.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
3
4 stars
8
3 stars
4
2 stars
7
1 star
4

The writing style isn't erudite or lofty. - Goodreads
The character development was also pretty hollow. - Goodreads
The plot was incredibly far-fetched. - Goodreads

Review: Seven Deadly Wonders (Jack West Jr #1)

User Review  - Matthew Pryor - Goodreads

Most of Matthew Reilly's novels remind me of treatments for comic books. There is little characterization and more attention is given to details about the setting. There is no doubt that Matthew ... Read full review

Review: Seven Deadly Wonders (Jack West Jr #1)

User Review  - Neil M - Goodreads

I'm a huge fan of Matthew Reilly's books. Even with it's total lack of characterization and plot, it's insane over-abundance of exclamation points!!!, and the fact that it reads like something that ... Read full review

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2006)

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, and Hell Island.

Bibliographic information