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Product Details

  • Paperback: 560 pages
  • Publisher: Orbit (Aug. 14 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1841491470
  • ISBN-13: 978-1841491479
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 3.4 x 17.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 286 g
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,621,980 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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A new writer who knows what a regular reader sitting on the bus wants - action ... Pure Die Hard, pure Rambo. This has got to be a film, surely!—LADSMAG

Hugely entertaining and packed with more explosive action scenes than is probably decent, SPIRAL starts off loud and ends in a bang—WATERSTONE'S BOOKS QUARTERLY

About the Author

Andy Remic is a young British writer and teacher from Lancashire. During his teaching career he developed an interest in martial arts and is now expert in unarmed combat. He can kill a man with a single blow, but prefers writing and hacking computer systems. SPIRAL is his first novel.

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HASH(0xa224c228) out of 5 stars Spiral Springs with action, and suspense! June 1 2005
By J. J Kamlani - Published on
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We have met the enemy...and they is us!

Set in the future, after a cataclismic event that kills most of the earth's population, Spiral, the last defenders of freedom Tears itself appart, as one of it's many factions, SpiralH vs. SpiralQ fight for control over the ultra-secret, ultra-deadly multi-national agency.

Guided by his Demon side, he has named Kade, Carter must find out who is trying to kill him, and his small Demol(demolitionsquad) of killers/defenders of freedom, and stop them before he, and his small Demolsquad become their next victims. Set against them is a cult of copper-eyed super-assassins, able to wipe out anyone, and anything in their path with merciless efficiency.

This story rockets from one action scene to the next, leaving you breathless, and guessing who the bad guys really are, why they are ruthlessly killing those in their own organization, and who their next target(s) will be!

For pace, story line, mystery, and action, Andy Remic Gets an A+! Anyone who likes Matthew Reilly, will love Andy Remic!
HASH(0xa2254774) out of 5 stars sfi war with everything Sept. 30 2010
By Kenneth Alling - Published on
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Spiral is the start of the three book read. It starts out hard corps and does not waver nor stop. No punches are pulled with the blood Gore and Killing. As for plot it is Fight For Your Life. I liked it alot, and if you enjoy action,it is for you.Ken
HASH(0xa225469c) out of 5 stars Suspenseful Feb. 7 2013
By Pharmer D - Published on
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I enjoy Remic's writing quite a bit. This book started great, read wonderfully until 3/4 of the way through then it was a little more detached from the path of thought at least for this reader.