Hell Island

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Pan Books, 2006 - Adventure stories - 115 pages
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This revised edition of the short novel originally published in Australia is specially adapted for readers of all ages with reading difficulties

There is no hell like a man-made one . . .

It is an island that doesn't appear on any maps.

A secret location where classified experiments have been conducted.

Experiments that have gone terribly wrong . . .

When all contact with this mystery island is inexplicably lost,

four crack special-forces units are brought in, their mission being

to land on Hell Island and discover what has happened.

Nothing can prepare them for what they find there.

You could say they've just entered hell.

Only that would be too gentle.

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User Review  - areadingmachine - LibraryThing

This is a great novella that bridges the gap between Scarecrow and Scarecrow and the army of thieves and allows for some characterisation of the main character. What's that you say? Characters in ... Read full review

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User Review  - amme_mr - LibraryThing

Hell Island was a short story written for the "Books Alive" promotion held in Australia annually. It is the fourth book in the Scarecrow series. It was a little far fetched with psycho killer gorillas, but was a very easy book to read. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Matthew Reilly is the Australian-born bestselling author of five previous novels: Contest, Ice Station, Temple, Area 7 and Scarecrow. He wrote his first two books while studying Law at the University of New South Wales, and now writes full-time, producing novels and screenplays and creating television series. He still lives in Sydney, and you can visit his website at: www.matthewreilly.com.

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