Net Force 04 Ultimate Escape Mass Market Paperback – Jan 11 2002
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During one of the aviation programs Julio appears desperately in need of help. Everyone in the program believes the appearance of Julio is nothing but a rift, but when they enter another program and see Julio in worse condition they take action. The team gets the police involved and the police contact the special forces. When the special forces officers find out that the Cortezes are in fact being held hostage, they get a team of Navy Seals on alert right away.
Julio shows up in another flight program and tells the team to tell the forces to not send anyone to get him or else he will die.
If you want to find out what happens to Julio and the Cortezes read Tom Clancy Net Force The Ultimate Escape.
I felt that the book was ok, but it lacked a cohesive story line, because often the story jumped from one subject to another which detracted from the excitement of the main story. I thought this produced uninteresting sub-plots that took away from the details of the main story. I also felt this book did not develop the characters as well as it could have, therefore I would not recommend this book.
The most interesting character is Matt Hunter. I am fascinated that he is able to handle being a net force explorer at such a young age. Matt is only thirteen years old and all of the other explorers are around seventeen and eighteen. He has to know about hundreds of planes and jets and be able to fly several. Along with that, he has to do very well because of the high expectations of his parents. I hope this review will guide you well and help you in the future.
This series of books is aimed at the younger reader and takes you into the lives of a group of kids that are part of the "Net Force Explorers". The Explorers are a program created by Net Force, the agency charged with fighting crime on the internet.
Follow the kids on their latest adventure to help their friend Julio and his family.
This is an action packed story that kept me hooked until I was finished. Buy this book today, you won't be disappointed.
Most recent customer reviews
... The Ultimate Escape has many of the same elements found in the Godzilla books, but the concept of the series is lame--who believes a bunch of kids work for the FBI? Read morePublished on Sept. 17 2002
Hey, this book isn't as bad as some people are saying. I thought it was pretty good. Yeah, some parts were a little boring...and the ending was.... Read morePublished on March 13 2001 by Taz
I am an avid Net Force reader but this book was the worst. I loved the detail in the aircraft simulations but hated everything else. Read morePublished on Feb. 4 2001 by WHY WOULD YOU CARE WHAT MY NAME IS?
I would surely agree with that reader from Indiana, I read it in 2 days too. It was simply captivating, but perhaps the reason why I found it so attractive was the fact that I'm a... Read morePublished on April 19 2000
If you're a true Clancy fan (The Hunt for Red October, Rainbow 6, etc.) then this is not the book for you. Read morePublished on March 30 2000
This was an action-packed cyber mystery set 25 years into the future. After their friend must leave the United States for a totalitarian state, a group of teenage computer whizzes... Read morePublished on March 22 2000 by Rebecca Herman
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