Location: The Host City of the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Australia
Well, this is the right thread to say it...
I HAVE FINALLY COMPLETED MY INDY NOVEL COLLECTION!!!!!!!!
I finally got a copy of "Peril at Delphi" with some help from a friend of mine. So I have all of them from "Peril" to "Sphinx"!!!!
What literature I still have to collect? Well, I still have to complete my Fate Of Atlantis comic series (missing #2), the rest of Dark Horse and more Marvels would be great. I tried to start collecting Young Indy novels, but I couldn't even get one from the bookstore.
What's the best of the Mccoy and Macgregor books? I've only read one, Hollow Earth and it was not bad. I have The Unicorn's legacy but haven't started it. I've read the movie novels, at least ROTLA and TOD. The Last Crusade I have is more of a kids picture book. Is there an adult novel version of it?
I have the full set of American adult Indiana Jones books, and I personally think that MacGregor is the best author, for Indy fans. If you are just looking for an action book to read, go with McCoy, and if you like airplanes, go with Caiden, but if you are an Indy fan looking for a good Indy story, not just action or airplanes, than MacGregor is best.
My favorite book is probably the Last Crusade novelisation, but I'm only about halfway through reading all the Indy novels.
I read them out of order at first, but now I've started from the beginning, here's the order in which I read them-
Interior World (probably part of the reason I like it is it was first)
Sky Pirates (never actually finished it, I just can't pull myself to read the last 30 pages)
Secret of the Sphinx (after this I started to read Philosipher's stone, but something else came up, and I never even finished Ch.1 )
Peril at Delphi (the first Indy book in a long time that I read)
Last Crusade (I actually started this just a few minutes before PaD, and kind of just switched off reading them, finished PaD first though)
And I am currently slightly more than half-way through Dance of the Giants.
Next, I will read Unicorn's Legacy, and so on.
I do need to do a bookreport on a non-fiction book for school, though, so I must currently read that (I chose to read Generation Kill), but I'll finish DotG when I go to Florida in about 5 weeks, however, (maybe sooner depending on when I finish Generation Kill) and I will definately read at least one or two Indy books over summer break.
It's 1 AM now, so I need to go to bed, I'm really freaking tired.