Maxwell's Train

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  • Title: Maxwell's Train
  • Author: Christopher Hyde
  • ISBN: 9780553255713
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2019-05-11T19:09:03+00:00

    About “Christopher Hyde

    • Christopher Hyde

      Christopher Hyde has worked as a researcher, editor, TV interviewer specialising in stories of technology, intelligence and the environment.He also writes using the pseudonymsA.J Holt.Paul Christopher.

    511 thoughts on “Maxwell's Train

    • With the tension and action, this would have been a fun movie from the mid '80's, when this came out. When Harry Maxwell and three buddies decide to rob a Federal Reserve bank on a train, and somebody beat's you to it. Then you find out the train has been taken over by terrorists, it's not going to be a good day. Then Harry, with help from a few passengers, decide to try to take the train back themselves.Hyde really gives you his idea back then, that the U.S. wasn't ready for a terrorist attack [...]

    • A novel about a group of criminals who sneak a cache of weapons onboard a passenger train in a plot to rob it. Terrorists take over the train, and the robbers with their unknown arsenal are the only people who can stop the terrorists. The set up is great, and the book opens with a quote from the lead criminal's Playboy magazine interview after the fact. My expectations for this novel were very high, maybe too high, and lasted over a long period of time before I finally read it, so maybe I set my [...]

    • Fabulous book! This book is a bit hard to find, but worth the read if you can get your hands on a copy. What really hits home is the fact that this author managed to touch on our lack of preparedness when it comes to a terrorist attack, especially in light of the tragedies we've seen over the years beginning with 9/11. It also brings to light that, sadly, we are just as ill prepared today, and could see similar on a train as happened in this book.

    • This isn't the great american novel, but I'm becoming a Hyde fan. It certainly would be in the un-put-down-able list started by "the next best book club."

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