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Desolation Game

Desolation Game Best Read || [Greg McLean Brett McBean] Desolation Game Best Read || [Greg McLean Brett McBean] - Desolation Game, Desolation Game Mick s learning and his schoolroom is a warWhen sharpshooter and killer Mick Taylor searches for a place to keep a low profile he finds somewhere where his peculiar talents are appreciated a war And

  • Title: Desolation Game
  • Author: Greg McLean Brett McBean
  • ISBN: 9780143566724
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback

Desolation Game Best Read || [Greg McLean Brett McBean], Desolation Game, Greg McLean Brett McBean, Desolation Game Mick s learning and his schoolroom is a warWhen sharpshooter and killer Mick Taylor searches for a place to keep a low profile he finds somewhere where his peculiar talents are appreciated a war And in Vietnam an out of control sergeant takes the amateur murderer and turns him into a pro Back home Mick makes use of the sick lessons the army taught him when hapless tMick s lear

Desolation Game

Desolation Game Best Read || [Greg McLean Brett McBean] Desolation Game Best Read || [Greg McLean Brett McBean] - Desolation Game, Desolation Game Mick s learning and his schoolroom is a warWhen sharpshooter and killer Mick Taylor searches for a place to keep a low profile he finds somewhere where his peculiar talents are appreciated a war And Desolation Game

  • Desolation Game Best Read || [Greg McLean Brett McBean]
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Desolation Game

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  1. The second of the Wolf Creek prequel novels continues to expand upon the murderous figure that is Mick Taylor and his blood letting escapades in the Australian outback DESOLATION GAME takes readers to Mick s time in Nam as he hones his kill skills, steadily developing an unrivaled prowess in the art of murder which provide the foundation for the 1968 era blood bath DESOLATION GAME focuses on When a tour group fall in Micks s sights, there was never going to be a happy ending Surrounded by the no [...]


  2. From the Description Mick s learning, and his schoolroom is a war When sharpshooter and killer Mick Taylor searches for a place to keep a low profile, he finds somewhere where his peculiar talents are appreciated a war And in Vietnam, an out of control sergeant takes the amateur murderer and turns him into a pro Back home, Mick makes use of the sick lessons the army taught him, when hapless tour operators bring a Kombi load of sightseers out his way into the Western Australian desert Two suspici [...]


  3. 3.5 out of 5A solid and well written chapter of Mick Taylor s life Clich d, read a bit like the movie, and I had some issues with suspension of disbelief One example that springs to mind is that Mick sniped two of the tires from where I assumed was the side of the road and shot the two front tires It would be reasonable and therefore believable if he shot the two tires on the same side Then, toward the end, the local cop consciously decided that he would not call for backup Seems a bit unbelie [...]


  4. Loved this book McLean and McBean didn t let me down however I felt the pace as a lot faster than book one Though it always takes time to set the scene with a chatacter as intriguing as Mick I could really see the landscape and enjoyed the group of travellers there was so much going on I honestly didn t know who was going to survive and loved the flashbacks Will definitely read


  5. Gripping, tense, dripping with blood Parts of this book are a tie in with the latest Wolf Creek television series However, it is much darker than the television series It is very well written, and intensely real I had to put down the book several times because of the horrific, graphic descriptions of violence Not for the faint hearted, and, if you suffer from depression, I don t recommend reading this book If you love horror, then this is the ultimate book for you.


  6. GREG MCLEAN STRIKES AGAINThis is the second book based on Mick Taylor and it is great I REALLY hope are coming I enjoyed them even than the movies or the series.


  7. This review was originally posted on Bookish Ardour I originally read Wolf Origin and Wolf Creek Desolation Game in quick succession As a result the reviews have been combined.Spoiler Alert Wolf Creek Origin and Wolf Creek Desolation Game are two separate books, but they are also the prequels to the Australian movie Wolf Creek I am unsure on how to go about commenting on both novels without spoilers Please be aware there may be spoilers in this review, for the books and possibly the movie.Review [...]


  8. Oh God, this book there aren t enough stars in the sky to rate how good it is I only got into the franchise because I fancied Mick Taylor on sight The book creaks and groans like his voice I could see the choking blood red soil the bone altar where Mick talked to the spirits hear the bluesy rock band 2 characters played in every time I saw the references to the Roadhouse I heard Roadhouse Blues I want to go there now As an actual head on a stick severely disabled this book s even special to me


  9. Really enjoyed this one as it was reminiscent of the two films but with an interweaving continuation of Mick s origin Both authors managed to capture the Vietnam war with a great deal of realism and mould Mick into a true monster that you love to hate.



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