Indiana Jones and the Hollow Earth

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Bantam Books, 1997 - Fiction - 274 pages
13 Reviews
A violent storm, a dying Arctic explorer, and a curious wooden box make Indy the target of fanatical Nazi agents. Inside the box are a slice of Icelandic stone with mythological powers and a journal hinting at the existence of an underground civilization near the top of the world. Indy and Ulla Tornaes, a beautiful Danish scientist, set out into the Arctic wastes, racing against Nazi explorers, to search for the lost city. Their quest will lead them to a massive cavern beneath the snow, portal to the legendary Ultima Thule—the key to Hitler’s mad plan for world domination.

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Review: Indiana Jones and the Hollow Earth (Indiana Jones: Prequels #11)

User Review  - Röbert Fenske - Goodreads

McCoy for some odd reason decided to slightly alter the structure of the book compared to his previous Indiana Jones novels. The previous Indy stories by McCoy were great because they instantly ... Read full review

Review: Indiana Jones and the Hollow Earth (Indiana Jones: Prequels #11)

User Review  - William Redd - Goodreads

It has to be difficult taking on a character created by someone else and getting everything right. It is obviously a little difficult for Max McCoy. There was just something off about Jones ... Read full review

About the author (1997)

Max McCoy is an award-winning journalist and author whose novels include The Sixth Rider and Sons of Fire. He lives in Pittsburgh, Kansas.

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