End Game (Tom Clancy's Net Force; Young Adults No. 6) by Tom Clancy

Author Tom Clancy was shot into the literary spotlight when his first novel was touted by US President Reagan--and his military thrillers have found a home on the bestseller lists ever since.

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End Game (Tom Clancy's Net Force; Young Adults No. 6) by Tom Clancy


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  • Library Binding
  • Publisher: Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media; (October 1999)
  • ISBN: 0606204199


    Reader Reviews
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful: Only one complaint to a great story, November 15, 2002 Reviewer: Priscilla Stafford from Yokohama, Japan Year 2054: Xanadu, the world's most exclusive (...) resort, is under suspicion to be a possible base for some devastating and harmful thefts done through the Net. Meg O'Malley, a Net Force Explorer, is more than willing to go undercover to discover the identity of the illusive thief. Since her father, a renowned writer, has already been asked to host a writing workshop at Xanadu, Meg is given the perfect opportunity to conduct an investigation. But the beautiful resort with its gourmet food, entertainment, and high tech virtual sites may also be one of the most deadly places to be for Meg. For without any aide from other Net Force investigators, she's on her own to track down the thief. The Net Force Explorers is a great Young Adult fiction series, especially those with a love for computers and the Internet. Since the Net presented in the books have no boundaries, you will never know what to expect next. With a well-thought out plot, this story has plenty of twists and turns, having the whole plot well balanced with mystery, excitement, and adventure. The end as usual becomes a bit technical and hard to follow as most of the books in the series but you still have a general idea what's going on. But I can't really say any more or I would ruin the story! :) The characters of the book is what really makes the book more fun to read. Meg O'Malley is a terrific Net Force Explorer with her quick wits, sharp tongue, and martial arts talents. I especially found her very cool and I loved the part where she jokes about her brothers. Mark Gridley, who appears briefly towards the end of the book, is also a fun character. I wish there was more of him in the story. My only complaint for the story is that there's no Leif Anderson! I really loved him in "The Deadliest Game" (book #3 of the Net Force Explorer's series) and I wished he was here. Wim Dorfladen was a poor substitute to be put in as Meg's 'ally'. I really hope we get another story with the teaming up of Meg and Leif! The series is for Young Adults and I strongly recommend only older kids read it since there are many occasions where a few bad words are sprinkled here and there. Not that bad but still in a way a bit annoying to have them in the book. But I still highly recommend it for older kids for I'm sure you'll love it! --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition

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