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Great exciting story. Not a lot of character developement, but enough to keep you reading. Overall one of the best stories that I've read in a long time...

The original title was "The Survivors" which is a much better and accurate name.
12/08/2006
Not as good as the first book in the series (The Land that Time Forgot) but still a very enjoyable experience. The weakest book in the "Caspak" series, but still had some pretty interesting situations.
11/07/2006
Not as good as the first book in the series (The Land that Time Forgot) but still a very enjoyable experience.
11/07/2006
Awesome book! I actually started reading this book out of curiousity, not really expecting to enjoy it. I started reading the first page and didn't put it down until I was nearly halfway through the book! It was one of the first e-books that I read on my PDA. Now I am an e-book maniac--I love them.

It's a fairly short read and it only took me two days to read it. I was also surprised of how much adventure was in it. I am a child of the 80's, so reading the old-fashioned writing style was new to me, but I enjoyed it a lot more than I expected to.

Highly recommended. This book is the best of the series. The other two books that follow aren't as exciting, but are still worthwhile. Forget the 70's film that was based on this, it doesn't do the book justice.
11/07/2006
Mainak Dhar - A Sniper in a Mumbai Mall
FEATURED AUTHOR - Mainak Dhar wears many hats. He considers his most important job to be the best possible father and husband he can be. An alumnus of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, his 'day job' is in a leadership role with a major multinational firm. A self-described 'cubicle dweller by day and writer by night', when he's not with his family or at work, he loves creating and sharing stories. He is the author of over a dozen books, some of which have been bestsellers in India and abroad… Read more