24 Declassified: Vanishing Point: Vanishing Point by Marc Cerasini24 Declassified: Vanishing Point: Vanishing Point by Marc Cerasini

24 Declassified: Vanishing Point: Vanishing Point

byMarc Cerasini

Mass Market Paperback | February 27, 2007

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Area 51: America's top-secret advanced military testing ground, hidden away in the Nevada desert, where the awesome weapons of tomorrow are being developed. But a mole inside the impregnable facility has been leaking highly advanced killing technology to America's worst enemies . . . who intend to turn its destructive power on an unsuspecting nation before the day is out.

Agent Jack Bauer has a mere twenty-four hours to derail a horrific plot, as a deadly endgame takes shape in the neon glare of nearby Las Vegas. But to do so, the rogue CTU operative will have to lead an impossible assault on Area 51 itself—and expose a lethal string of betrayal and corruption that leads from the terrorists to the underworld and all the way into the heart of the U.S. government.

Area 51: America's top-secret advanced military testing ground, hidden away in the Nevada desert, where the awesome weapons of tomorrow are being developed. But a mole inside the impregnable facility has been leaking highly advanced killing technology to America's worst enemies . . . who intend to turn its destructive power on an unsus...
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Title:24 Declassified: Vanishing Point: Vanishing PointFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 0.84 inPublished:February 27, 2007Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060842288

ISBN - 13:9780060842284

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Solid Installment in the "24 Declassified" Series This is definitely not the best book in the series so far; it's not as memorable or exiciting as some of the previous installments, and the plot isn't that strong. However, we are introduced to additional characters from the series, such as Curtis Manning and Morris O'Brian, which adds a nice touch. The one thing that really bothered me, however, was the editing. I have no idea how this book was able to get pass the editors; the number of typos and mistakes was remarakble, and this is definitely not acceptable by today's standards. Still, this is a solid installment in the series, and definitely worth picking up, especially for any "24" fans.
Date published: 2007-12-18