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ePub Indiana Jones and the Interior World download
Author:
Rob Macgregor
ISBN13:
978-0553299663
ISBN:
0553299662
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Publisher:
Bantam; 1st THUS edition (November 1, 1992)
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Action & Adventure
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Rating:
4.9
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842

Indiana jones and the. Unicorn's legacy. Beast of the interior world. Bantam Books by Rob MacGregor. Ask your bookseller for the books you have missed.

Indiana jones and the. Get down!" Vicard barked, and Indy dropped face-first into the muck. Indiana jones and the peril at delphi. Indiana jones and the dance of the giants. Indiana jones and the seven veils. Indiana jones and the genesis deluge. Indiana jones and the unicorn's legacy. Indiana jones and the interior world. A Bantam Falcon Book, December 1992.

Interior World at no point feels like an Indiana Jones story, with the interior world itself feeling half-baked and the story's . You know I've liked all of the Indiana jones books from Rob MacGregor up to this point, but he Interior World was a mess

Interior World at no point feels like an Indiana Jones story, with the interior world itself feeling half-baked and the story's near constant dream state Rob MacGregor's final Indiana Jones book proves to be his weakest. When it comes to "Final" books in a series, more often than not, it's a chance for the author to bring together all the various plot threads laced throughout the novels and reveal the series' central "thesis. You know I've liked all of the Indiana jones books from Rob MacGregor up to this point, but he Interior World was a mess. It started out well enough, but became a mess soon after.

Rob MacGregor authored the first six books including The Interior World. The events of this book take place in 1928 and 1929. Martin Caidin wrote the seventh and eighth books, and Max McCoy wrote the last four. He is brought into an interior world and battles giants, dinosaurs, and swamps. Indy has also been given the task of taking back the alicorn (the horn of a unicorn) from the ruler of this interior world

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Rob MacGregor is an American author. After adapting Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade as a novel, he went on to write the first six entries in Bantam's series of original Indy stories. He was set to return to the franchise with a new novel based on the Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings video game before the book was cancelled.

Indiana Jones and the Interior World. Having barely survived a hair-raising archaeological dig in Tikal, Guatemala, Indiana Jones has returned to New York just in time to get caught up in a controversy

Indiana Jones and the Interior World. THE HIDDEN LAND BELOW A strange mystery connects the whispering moai statues of Easter Island to the eerie ghost ship of Chiloe Island, leading Indiana Jones on a dangerous quest into a hidden interior world. Having barely survived a hair-raising archaeological dig in Tikal, Guatemala, Indiana Jones has returned to New York just in time to get caught up in a controversy. The mysterious writings of Colonel Percy Fawcett, a missing British explorer, have turned up, and what they describe could revolutionize history-and make or break several scientific reputations.

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Determined to retrieve the unicorn horn he cast into a portal in the earth, Indiana Jones, along with Marcus Brody, journeys from Easter Island to the gateway of the Interior World.
  • Terrible novel. Arguably the worst one in the series. This book ties into the last Indy-MacGregor novel, "Unicorn's Legacy" (a good novel), and just sours everything. It's a stinker that is just a non-credible, over-the-top Indy adventure. You have shapeshifters, mermaids, men with fish heads, dinosaurs, flying snakes, dragons, giants, ghost ships, and every other supernatural being slopped into this bloated mess. And when the final battle is on top of the Statue of Liberty, and factor in that Indy's on drugs -- you ask yourself, what the hell am I reading? It seems that MacGregor was going for a "Journey to the Center of the Earth" or a "Lost World" gimmick, but failed miserably. The real Indy never would've dusted off his fedora for this one. No way! Such a poor effort for MacGregor's last Indy novel.

  • I have read all other Rob Macgregor ' Indiana Jones' Books and enjoyed them. In fact, I haven't read one book by any author I didn't enjoy --until this one.
    The story starts off fine, Easter Island. Then Rob has Jones friend, Marcus Brody deter him from his research to locate a missing friend.
    Even that isn't too bad until he starts convoluting things. He adds a female character, who has been spying on Jones in the recent past
    and writes a side story to rationalize why she knows him. Then further bogs down the story by endless descriptions of their time in the interior world. Page after page after page of meaningless scrambling...I haven't even finished the book and I HATE it to be honest.
    It's like what some musicians do, create crappy B side tunes just to fill up an album. I could not recommend this book and be able to look at myself in the mirror.

  • Not my favorite of the series, but still a good read. The plot got a little strange and muddled. Macgregor linked a few of the novels around Druids and Unicorn's horn. It got a little boring but still a good read.

  • OK Indy book, not the best.

  • I read it, because I like series characters, decent adventure novel

  • Glad amazon had this in stock was looking for another adventure of Indiana Jones and how he is able to be successful.

  • All.the previous books come together to all add up to the final climatic ending where the villain dies

  • Indiana Jones and the Interior World is the sixth of twelve Indiana Jones novels published in the 1990s. This series, officially licensed by Lucasfilm, is inspired by the Indiana Jones character who first appeared in 1981 with the movie Raiders of the Lost Ark. Rob MacGregor authored the first six books including The Interior World. Martin Caidin wrote the seventh and eighth books, and Max McCoy wrote the last four.

    The events of this book take place in 1928 and 1929. After conducting archaeological research on Easter Island, Indy is captured by pirates off the coast of Chile. He is brought into an interior world and battles giants, dinosaurs, and swamps. Indy has also been given the task of taking back the alicorn (the horn of a unicorn) from the ruler of this interior world. This ruler seeks to align himself with a ruler of the exterior world and conquer it. Of course, Indy is the only one who can stop this evil plot.

    I did like this book as it was a good balance of mystery, archaeology, and adventure. It makes reference to previous books in the series, especially The Unicorn's Legacy (see my review). Thus, it is best to read that book first before reading The Interior World. I learned about Easter Island, Rongo-rongo tablets, the ghost ship Caleuche, the Santa Marta mountains in Columbia, and the Gran Sabana in Venezuela. If you like action, adventure, and Indiana Jones you will like The Interior World.