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Born in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Terry Wright moved to Denver, Colorado at an early age. Raised in the Rockies, he enjoys skiing, flying airplanes, and country dancing. Upon returning home from his tour of duty with the U. S. Air Force in Vietnam, he started an auto repair business, which he operates to this day. Look for Terry's upcoming novels, The Duplication Factor, a techno-thriller about a lost human clone, and the action-packed sequel, The 13th Power, Episode II, The Most Dangerous Journey of All.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 390 pages
  • Publisher: Gardenia Press (July 1, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0967889545
  • ISBN-13: 978-0967889542
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.5 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,648,441 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Clay Brown on October 29, 2001
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I finished this book without putting it down, at least in my mind. It moves quickly from situation to situation and between characters as is pulls you along. I couldn't get off the high-speed conveyor that brings sci-fi to a believable status. It may happen! My only difficulty is that I wanted to continue immediately to episode two, a dirty trick making me wait.
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The 13th Power is spell binding and a real page turner. Wright took me on an adventure I'll never forget. Fast paced and action packed, his characters made me believe the 13th Power could destroy the world. I couldn't put it down, the suspense gripping me to the very end. Be prepared to hang on for the ride of your life.
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Don't plan on going anywhere for a few days. Terry Wright's "The 13th Power" is a page-turner, and will keep you welded to your seats. From the Malaysian jungle to Simi Valley, Terry gives you the hair-raising suspense at what can happen when an experiment goes wrong.
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The Russian's fear "The 13th Power" and rightfully so. But there is unlimited wealth and and a tremendous power to be had through its ultimate control. The evils enter... Governmental lies? Spies? Private eyes? FBI and CIA cover-ups?
The Ark? A hero? A nightmare? The pawns are moved and people begin to die. The military is activated to halt the evil. But wait? Just who "is" the evil? This is not a black and white answer. Mixed motives abound to reach the 13th power. Greed, ego, love, and base insanities flourish through the pages of "The 13th Power." Car chases, airplane duels on a runway, Blackhawks firing missels into squad cars, corrupt police, spy satellites, ugly bad guys, beautiful women... Torture scenes.
Terry Wright gives all of this and a lot, lot more -- he gives us -- believability! The last eighty pages of this book has some of the finest climax writing that I have ever read. I love Wright's subtle set up for a sequel. "The 13th Power" is brilliant, masterful, and most of all -- entertaining."
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The 13th power is an action packed adventure. I was unable to put it down. Terry Wright has done an incredible job of mixing elements of adventure, disaster, scientific experimentation, military retaliation and love in this novel. There is something for everyone.
The characters escape one disaster after another once they decide to proceed with their experiments of discovery for the 13th power. A father must struggle with the danger he has placed his estranged daughter in, while watching her fall in love with his colleague. What started as a quest of knowledge for two scientist has turned into a power struggle of two scientific laboratories. They battle, sparing no lives, in their quest to own the knowledge. Could this be the beginning of the end of the world as we know it?
Stay tuned... The 13th Power, Episode II is on it's way! This reader can't wait!
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