➷ [Reading] ➹ Nothing Lasts Forever By Roderick Thorp ➬ – Golanvideoagency.info

Nothing Lasts Forever High Atop A Los Angeles Skyscraper, An Office Christmas Party Turns Into A Deadly Cage Match Between A Lone New York City Cop And A Gang Of International Terrorists Every Action Fan Knows It Could Only Be The Explosive Big Screen Blockbuster Die Hard But Before Bruce Willis Blew Away Audiences As Unstoppable Hero John McClane, Author Roderick Thorp Knocked Out Thriller Readers With The Bestseller That Started It AllA Dozen Heavily Armed Terrorists Have Taken Hostages, Issued Demands, And Promised Bloodshed All According To Plan But They Haven T Counted On A Death Defying, One Man Cavalry With No Shoes, No Backup, And No Intention Of Going Down Easily As Hot Headed Cops Swarm Outside, And Cold Blooded Killers Wield Machine Guns And Rocket Launchers Inside, The Stage Is Set For The Ultimate Showdown Between Anti Hero And Uber Villains Merry Christmas To All, And To All A Good Fight To The Death Ho Ho Ho

10 thoughts on “Nothing Lasts Forever

  1. says:

    Honestly, and with no shame, I knew that my opinion of this book would be tainted by close to three decades worth of the greatest action movie ever Die Hard Usually the book is better than the movie, but this movie is better as expected so that s just how it is Moving on .As an action book, this was decent It takes place in the late 70s and in some ways

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    Treasure of the Rubbermaids 14 Yippee kai yay, Mr Falcon The on going discoveries of priceless books and comics found in a stack of Rubbermaid containers previously stored and forgotten at my parent s house and untouched for almost 20 years Thanks to my father dumping them back on me, I now spend my spare time unearthing lost treasures from their plast

  3. says:

    I got a digital copy of this book from Netgalley, so first of all thanks to the publishers and Netgalley for a chance to read this one.If you are like me, you have seen the movie Die Hard countless times I had not read the book so my husband and I decided to make this one out next buddy read First of all, this book was published a while back, so there are

  4. says:

    The basis for the first DIE HARD movie by an incredible author in his prime What s not to like This book drips action.

  5. says:

    Woop Woop Sound the alarm We have a movie that s better than the book The primary reason to read this sucker is because it s the basis for the movie Die Hard, a Christmas Classic don t fight me on this, just accept This is one case where the movie WAY outshines the book John McClane is charming He s an underdog He s like Howard the Duck Trapped in a world he

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    This review can also be found on Books as portable pieces of thought blog.I grew up watching action films with my Dad just as I grew up reading Harlequin novels with my Mum Until I got older and broke out of the predetermined genre preferences, Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Mel Gibson before his descend to c

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    This book was a total surprise stumbling across a reference that refers to this book as the inspiration for the movie Die Hard Now I didn t even know there was such a thing so of course I had to find a copy of it and read it.Well I must admit that I thoroughly enjoyed reading it yes it was dated the book was written in the 70s after all However rather than rea

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    The cult novel that inspired Die Hard isn t actually quite as satisfying as the movie itself, but it s not a landslide victory Far from it Roderick Thorp s got some serious writing chops He s not a great stylist, but his novel crackles with original thoughts and powerful exposition Joe Leland s not quite John McClane, but he s quite the interesting cat nonethel

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    I m glad I read it, because now I can say I read Die Hard , one of the greatest movies of all time DThey re very, very different You can tell someone just read the book and went holy shit, this is a great idea for a movie and that was about it.Yes, terrorists sieze a tower Yes, John McClane kicks ass all over the tower That s about it for similarities, though.Jo

  10. says:

    I can overlook a lot of less than stellar writing when the story is so good and well told, but all the flaws really seem to be in bold type when the story just doesn t work I almost put Roderick Thorp s novel Nothing Lasts Forever down after the first couple of pages, and that was just introducing the protagonist by way of a taxi ride to the airport, but it was j

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