I have just read the first three books and they are brilliant easily in the same category as John Grisham. Keep the books coming Matthew very enjoyable
>>By secret admirer (Sunday, 26 Jan 2003 10:31)
Did he ever work in radio in the Catskills?
>>By Chris R (Sunday, 26 Jan 2003 10:31)
Talk about edge of your seat writing!!! Loved Ice Station!!!! Seriously needs to be picked up for a movie asap.Tom Clancy beware there's an Aussie on your tail!!!!!!!!
>>By Cassie (Sunday, 26 Jan 2003 10:31)
The best action author on the planet. Who else but an Australian could produce such a piece of art. These books will be hard to put into a movie that's less than 3 hrs long
>>By groucho (Sunday, 26 Jan 2003 10:31)
This writter is by far the best. I just got Ice Station at a yard sale. I can not believe the guy would sell this book. I can not put it down, I am even reading it at work on my breaks.
>>By Paul (Sunday, 26 Jan 2003 10:31)
Exellent books. I would like to see Scarecrow & his Marines develop into a series. One question though, will he write a book based on an Aussie? Now that I would like to see!
>>By Tommy (Sunday, 26 Jan 2003 10:31)
i heard there was a movie coming out is that true and is it based on a book and which book is it
>>By spike (Wednesday, 26 Feb 2003 09:10)
i think the bok was awsome i couldn't put it down its so damn addictive
>>By Fergus (Thursday, 13 Mar 2003 05:43)
i know im awsome aren't i, keep sendn the good coments fergus spike and tommy don't worry im writing my next book about schofield soon
>>By matthew reilley (Thursday, 13 Mar 2003 05:46)
i suck like fucking shit man
>>By spike (Thursday, 13 Mar 2003 05:48)
Why can't there be another book about Shane Schofield.
Doesn't everyone just absolutely LOVE him?! If he's based on a real person - what's his number?!
>>By jacqui (Monday, 14 Apr 2003 04:43)
i've read your books temple and ice station and I found them really fantastic (I'm a big fan of themilitary myself). Hopefully you keep up the good work because you're doing a fine job!! What is you're next book called and when can we expect to have it in the stores??
groeten uit nederland (means graetings from holland)
>>By Da\\//id (Thursday, 1 May 2003 17:42)
Do these books write as easily as they read?? Kept us turning pages from start to finish and made us breathless with anticipation! Write in an Aussie character in the next one and it'll be perfect!!
>>By Raz (Saturday, 12 Jul 2003 16:16)
matthew matthew matthew, truly the best author ever, and an australian, how proud we all are!
>>By qld (Tuesday, 30 Dec 2003 14:12)
love the books, especially the speed of them, i feel the need to add a little criticism as this is a discusion board....... matt i noticed you had a comment here so don't get annoyed if you read this, still love the work..... but a few times in the books it was a little predictable. for example (and if you haven't read temple look away) but at the end of Temple you had the guy (don't remember the name right now) translating the end of the text and comparing his and the other guy's adventures and how they match the prophecy, then go on to say ... but that guy didn't fall from the sky........ (sorry about not remembering the names) this, i found was one of the most predictable parts of the 5 books. Then i read the comments you wrote about writing it and how thrilled you were at having your final line for the book. sorry to say i saw it coming a mile away........... and i would be surprised if i was the only one,
finishing on a plus note (not to mention grovelling to an author that i'd love to see more from) Contest was the first, and so far only, book that i read from cover to cover in a single sitting and i don't even think it was your best......
keep up the good work
2 thumbs up to matt
>>By kurn-ell (Monday, 23 Aug 2004 05:47)
Almost 3 years and no more responses .... interesting.
>>By kurn-ell (Sunday, 19 Aug 2007 17:32)
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