Indiana Jones and the Sky Pirates

Indiana Jones and the Sky Pirates #2020

Indiana Jones and the Sky Pirates In London Indiana Jones is called to an emergency meeting Mysterious sky craft have been ravaging the shipping lanes making off with a fortune in diamonds bonds and raw materials Unable to detect
  • Title: Indiana Jones and the Sky Pirates
  • Author: Martin Caidin
  • ISBN: 9780553561920
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • In London, Indiana Jones is called to an emergency meeting Mysterious sky craft have been ravaging the shipping lanes, making off with a fortune in diamonds, bonds, and raw materials Unable to detect how the craft are powered, experts have come up with a frightening hypothesis involving the use of psychokinetic levitation.To get to the truth, Indy must search through a lIn London, Indiana Jones is called to an emergency meeting Mysterious sky craft have been ravaging the shipping lanes, making off with a fortune in diamonds, bonds, and raw materials Unable to detect how the craft are powered, experts have come up with a frightening hypothesis involving the use of psychokinetic levitation.To get to the truth, Indy must search through a labyrinth of archaeological information reaching back four thousand years But as he and his team move from Africa to Tibet to the American Southwest, they discover something even astounding A clandestine organization is fast becoming an evil, world dominating power and the only way to stop it is in a high tech, no holds barred battle on land and in the air
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    After six Indiana Jones prequel novels by Rob MacGregor, veteran Martin Caidin took the reins for two novels beginning with this entry in the series Judging by this book, Caidin s version of Indy is a bit cerebral and a mature version It seems that between the last book and this one, Indy has changed from the Young Indiana Jones style, as played by Sean Patrick Flannery in the TV series, to a Harrison Ford style Indy He accomplishes less by luck and accident than he does by careful preparation [...]

    By far the worst of the Indiana Jones books I ve read so far Caidin goes extremely in detail and technical about the mechanics of flying An aspect some would appreciate but might just go over the average reader s head if they have no interest in flight This story thrusts Jones into a spy like position where he is only loosely involved due to the supposed involvement of an ancient device being captured by enemy forces And when I say spy I don t mean like 007, but I mean like a real life spy it s [...]

    Martin Caidin was obsessed with UFOs and thought he possessed psychokinetic powers That should explain everything.

    An odd ball this one is Somehow Martin Caidin turned Indiana Jones into a spy novel concerning flying saucers and secret organizations and a group of fighters that Indy assembles that remind me of the expendables And you know what It s not bad While it is true that this novel has of a spy novel feel to it than an adventure story it still works This Indy adventure has no hidden treasure, just good old flying saucers You may ask, like Kingdom of the Crystal Skull flying saucers I won t spoil the [...]

    If you ve ever wondered how Indiana Jones would fare in a James Bond type situation, then this book is for you.Martin Caidin author of Cyborg, the book that inspired The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman crafts a tale of Indy working as a secret agent for multiple governments in the face of a secret cadre of powerful men and women who want to take over the world Of course, first Indy and his team must find out what these strange, possible alien craft really are and take them out, if th [...]

    This was really boring None of the characters really stand out as real people, not even Indy, and most of the story is just rehashing information that the reader already has It makes one wonder if Caidin has even seen an Indiana Jones before or for that matter even read any of the previous books Because this book is really inconsistant with the last book This books only reeming quality is that part of it takes place at Wright Patterson Air base in Dayton Ohio It is always cool to read about a pl [...]

    Mostly confusing and dull, adding an element to the Indy saga that I wasn t familiar with in the slightest and as improbable as the movie itself Usually I m a massive fan of novelizations, but this one is best left forgotten.

    I quit Another sad attempt to capture the movie magic of the original trilogy These last two books in the series have got me down I ll still continue but only because I love the character and I have hope that these will become great Burroughs esque pulp fictionybe

    There have been several authors of these Indy books, and I read the ones by Martin Caidin last His style is quite different from the other authors, but I have really enjoyed reading his story of Indy s adventures.

    New author in the series I liked the Afterword about some of the facts that were used as the basis for the book It was well done I just felt like the ending was a little anticimactic after all the build up.

    Honestly, the others were better, this one was a bit slow moving, but I had to give it 4 stars just because the last few chapters were so exciting, I literally could not put it down.

    I dont like the new author He isnt writing the style of the previous as in the professor archeologist adventurer He has turned it into of a spy novel.

    I thought this was a good book that involes the one of the heros of star wars In it Indy is tasked with finding out what some mysterious flying machines start to attack.

    Not like the previous Indy books, this one is heavy on the technical side of flying and such Still a good read just not what I was expecting.

    I d simply love Indiana Jones but this book really disappointed me to the extreme level It was slow and un exciting I personally dislike Indy teaming up with other teams, i like him alone the best

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