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  • Author:
    Steve White
  • ISBN:
    0446909920
  • ISBN13:
    978-0446909921
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  • Publisher:
    Warner Books, Incorporated; First Printing edition (October 1, 1981)
  • Pages:
    159 pages
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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    596
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No windows except for a tiny square one near the very top. People were actually imprisoned here, I thought. I whispered to Eddie. I’d seen big torture devices like this in the movies and comic books. But I never thought they really existed

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This is a used paperback book and is in good used condition. Yellowed pages due to age as well as some wear and tear to the cover/pages. Slight staining to cover/pages also!

Andromajurus
I hate to give 1 star reviews but I thought this book was truly awful. The dialog was bad, the characters had no depth and were uninteresting and the worst part...especially in an action/adventure book...the action was boring!! The one redeeming quality is that the cover art is great!!
MilsoN
Less than half of this book actually deals with the Strategic Commandos (S-COM). This is bizarre because this is the first book in a series, and thus supposed to absorb us in these characters enough to keep buying them. The majority of this book deals with other characters, especially two villains. I have to admit that it was still decently written, but why the heck does anyone think that a villain is more interesting than a hero? Villains tend to be flat characters, characterized by one or two exaggerated "villainous" traits. In this case, at least the villain's characterization included some fun jabs at left-wing revolutionary ideology, but for the most part, the detail provided about the villains is used as an excuse to provide schlocky content (e.g. sexual violence) that was probably calculated to be targeted toward a particular type of reader - one whose idea of entertainment differs from mine.

I am proceeding on to read book two in the series, but this first entry was not as strong as it could have been had it stayed focused upon the 5 members of S-COM itself. The stuff with S-COM is all quite cool and entertaining! The supporting non-villainous characters were okay but didn't deserve to have a quarter of the book dedicated to them. Some of the steamy content - primarily when a part of assaults upon women - unfortunately seems to cross into NC-17 territory. I prefer when books keep things more mainstream with an R or PG-13 approach to their subject matter.