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The Paradise Key – Paperback

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Amusement parks are supposed to be about fun and entertainment…

…not death.

The Paradise Key – Paperback

Amusement parks are supposed to be about fun and entertainment…

…not death.

A marine biology and science-themed park is scheduled to open later this year. But there seems to be something sinister going on beneath the surface.

OceanTech’s Paradisum is a cutting-edge operation, and they are hoping to capitalize on the growing trend of education-based vacation destinations. The park's CEO, Adrian Crawford, has spent his entire professional life working toward this goal, and he is excited to show it to the world.

Harvey Bennett and his team think they were sent to Paradisum to investigate the security protocols at the new park.

But what they find there terrifies them…

232 reviews for The Paradise Key - Paperback

  1. Mike

    Good read

  2. Rick L

    While this continues on previously developed characters and general theme from earlier stories, this one was far simpler and the characters less believable. Still a fun read, just less so than in the past.

  3. Jewel E. Colvin

    And now for book 5, Paradise Key.If you are new to Nick Thacker’s works I suggest you start from the beginning so you will understand the characters. This book starts at the ever expanding cabin being taken over by the mysterious benefactors of Harvey Bennett. Next they travel to Florida to be sent on to a mysterious private island/paradise/research facility and are hunted by a group dedicated to killing anyone who opposes them.For me this is the best Harvey Bennett book yet. Go grab this for yourself.

  4. David Cochran

    How can anyone who has written so many books have such poor command of the English language? Not just typos, but incorrect words, wrong verb usage, entire sentences that make no sense (“She could feel his arm, but it wasn’t hers.”). Factual errors (carbon dioxide builds up when you hold your breath, not carbon monoxide) abound.And for all you reviewers who said you couldn’t finish the book, you didn’t miss a thing. This book has a completely unsatisfactory non-ending designed to get you to read the next book. I would advise against it.


    I read the whole book and found it somewhat interesting. At one point, however, I could not believe the stupidity of one of the characters where (after an arranged meeting with the bad guy), he and Harvey walk straight into what turned out to be a set-up, which Reggie of all people with his background blundered big time. I read the rest of the book, but couldn’t really get all that interested in it.

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About Nick Thacker

About Nick Thacker

Nick Thacker is the USA Today Bestselling Author of action-adventure thrillers and mysteries, including the Harvey Bennett Thrillers series. Often mentioned as a cross between Clive Cussler and James Rollins, his stories are written in a fast-paced, punchy style.

He lives on a volcano in Hawaii with his wife, two kids, and two dogs.

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