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Marc Cerasini's writing credits include The Complete Idiot's Guide to U.S. Special Ops Forces and Heroes: U.S. Marine Corps Medal of Honor Winners and several projects for Tom Clancy, including creating the bible for the Clancy Power Play series, writing the YA action/adventure thriller The Ultimate Escape for Clancy's NetForce series, and writing a major essay on Clancy's contribution to the technothriller genre for the national bestseller The Tom Clancy Companion. Among the movie tie-in novelizations Marc has written are Wolverine: Weapon X, based on the popular X-Men series, the USA Today bestseller AVP: Alien Vs. Predator, based on the motion picture from 20th Century Fox, as well as five original novels based on the Toho Studios classic "Godzilla," and co-authored (with J.D. Lees) a nonfiction look at the film series, The Official Godzilla Compendium. Marc's other credits include the book 24: The House Special Subcommittee Investigation of CTU, which he co-authored with his wife, Alice Alfonsi, and the previous 24 Declassified novels Operation Hell Gate, Trojan Horse, and Vanishing Point.

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  • Series: 24 Declassified
  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: HarperEntertainment; English Language edition (January 31, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0060842261
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060842260
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.9 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,238,393 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Edward L Zimmerman TOP 1000 REVIEWER on February 27, 2006
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Franchise books -- novels based on popular television and/or movie series -- are a hard sell. In one respect, readers want a return to the characters that make these franchises work, but, in another respect, readers want to be taken to a realm of imagination perhaps just beyond the reach of the franchise, being delivered a product that fits within the established continuity of the program BUT pushes the limits to show them something further.

The world of 24 has an even greater challenge, given that the premise of the show -- the real time ticking clock -- gets a touch lost in translation. The adrenaline drive fueling Jack Bauer and his efforts on behalf of the United States' Counter Terrorist Unit kicks back a bit as novels tend to provide a greater backstory and filler details than one would get in a 24 episode season. This isn't to say that the book format is inferior to the show; it only assures one that the books will have to always work a bit harder at sustaining the level of tension fans have come to expect from Jack.

That said, TROJAN HORSE is a pretty solid yarn involving a terrorist plot that could cripple the World Wide Web, certainly taking the CTU adventures well beyond the boundaries of Los Angeles (where Bauer and his companions are located). In a story that's set outside the scope of the television events (the setting is, in fact, before Season 1 of the hit Fox series), author Marc Cerasini has taken some creative license at exploring not only a much different Jack, but he also fleshes out Teri Bauer (Jack's wife), Tony Almeida, Nina Myers, and even Ryan Chapelle.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Clinard on February 19, 2006
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Of the three 24: Declassified novels, this one is by far the best. Jack gets involved, then uninvolved, then involed once again. Tony has his own undercover assignment, and Nina, Jamey, and Milo all play key roles. Even Edgar Stiles, introduced in season 4 has a cameo appearance.

There are many threads, but they all come together. A dead Hollywood producer. An assualt on a drug lab supposedly producing a new meth called Karma. A modelling agency. A Hollywood awards ceremoney Teri Bauer gets an invitation to attend. A techno-terrorist, a papparazii photographer who discovers something strange about a pregnant actress, and a cult loyal only to a man named Hasan.

This is 24... always action packed, and a lot of fun, even if there are plot flaws or big coicindences.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Taylor Bird on February 26, 2006
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After being entertained yet slightly disappointed by Marc Cerasini's Operation Hell Gate and being satisfied by John Whitman's attempt at re-creating the '24' universe (in Veto Power), I did not know what to think when I first laid my hands on Trojan Horse. Cerasini's first take was a little dry and drawn out in parts, especially at the beginning, and its story and characters seemed to move all over the place. I also found that the novel failed to accurately portray the characters we've learned to love (or hate) from the television series.

Trojan Horse opens up in the same way as Hell Gate. Richard Walsh and Jack Bauer sit down and prepare for Jack's debriefing of the mission that ended just a few hours ago. We learn of a company that may be producing an illegal drug much similar to methamphetamines known as "karma." Of course, the story develops gradually into a much more complicated plot (anyone who has ever seen a TV show or read a book could predict that). Thankfully, Trojan Horse doesn't contain any slow-moving or rocky chapters. My eyes were glued to the pages, and I could easily imagine the story on my television screen.

Interwoven in the chaos are our favorite characters, such as Nina Myers, Jamey Farrell, Milo Pressman, Teri Bauer, and Tony Almeida. Heck, even Edgar Stiles and his lisp make an appearance. Cerasini really spends time to evolve these characters and make them do and say things that the TV characters would say.

Trojan Horse surpasses Operation Hell Gate by far and barely has the edge over Veto Power. These books seem to get better and better. I can not wait for the 4th adventure in the saga.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Puppet125 on April 9, 2006
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First, check out my 5-star review of Operation Hell Gate. Second, I have not read Veto Power, so I can't compare to that one but I'll do my best.

This was a good read and all 24 fans should pick it up. Chappelle and Milo get much more time then in the first one, and Doris and Edgar Stiles drop in as well. Teri has her own subplot in the night hours, but at least this one is interesting. Tony also has his own thing going for most of the book and spends almost the entire day in Mexico. It also goes to a couple other characters from time to time and at first there may seem like there is no point to it but it all ties together at the end.

Well, now for some flaws. First, there were too many characters that were not needed. Jack must have gone thorugh 20 different CTU, FBI, SWAT personnel when we could go on without them. Also Marc reuses some first and last names already used in the 24 universe (Lonnie, Dodge, another agent named Frank, if you remember there was a Frank Hensley in hell Gate) but the biggest shocker is a black actor named Chip Manning (Curtis Manning, anyone?). I'm sure he could have come up with a better name then that.

Another thing that annoyed me was too many villains died too qucikly. In the middle chapters you will run into some bad guys that seem really cool but they die in the next hour. I won't spoil who they are, but you might find yourself disapointed that they did not last as long as Habib Marwan or Stephen Saunders.

The last major thing was at the end, so many issues were not resolved. Several characters were last seen in serious jeapordy but we do not know what happened, even in the Epilogue.

But, it's still a wild ride, and it's a nice addition to the novels but I still think Operation Hell's Gate is a better choice.
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