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If you're looking for romance galore, perhaps Danielle Steele or the Harlequin Classics are more to your liking. However, if you want to read an edge of your seat, page turning t I've read some of the reviews of this book, and I have to say that I really don't think that they well, some of them have been fair. However, if you want to read an edge of your seat, page turning thriller and learn something about the actual area and tribal people , then read this novel.
I truly enjoyed this novel, and I can't think of a moment where I sat here thinking, "Geez, when is this going to get moving? It's a work of fiction, and it's a thriller! I felt that the main characters were developed as thoroughly as was necessary, and I felt the plot moved along at a good pace.
I especially liked what I perceived to be an unspoken commentary on the use of military vs. Don't get me wrong: there is a time and place for the military, and I respect them tremendously; however, sometimes we become so pompous in our beliefs that we believe our strength and might in one area leads to expertise in all areas, and it doesn't.
I think this is shown in the number of military who are lost in the novel while the experts remain, and also, in the deaths of Favre and his mistress, both of whom seem to believe they are invincible.
Sometimes we just need to do as Nate says several times in the book, and just, "Hush," and explore other paths that we aren't quick to consider in our modern world.
I'm looking forward to reading more of Rollins' novels. I found another big time fun read on the rapidly growing favorite reads shelf that fell through the cracks! Time for another short reivew. Does two make a trend? This was my first introduction to James Rollins and thank God for that!
She must have been listening! All James Rollins stories, save two, that I can think of get the same opening statement There is a character that I'm sure becomes Joe Kowalski in later books that I just love, but he goes by a different name here similar background. All action adventure stories need a Joe Kowolski type I don't like the "Treasure" they find at the end of the story as much as in other James Rollins books, but I loved the adventure to it and back and I like the Hero and Heroine, also better than in other books save Subterranean might have had a heroine whom I liked better.
And at the end we see the begining of the Sigma Force Novels starting to get organized But I digress. Summary-Good book, well paced for action adventure, some violence but generally what I'd call "Made for TV Movie" level violence, very managable.
If not a great plot, great execution of plot about the writing Monster with.. Carl Rand had vanished in the unknown depths of the jungle of site. Now after all these years one of the team members- a special force soldier comes out of the jungle and dies within hours from multiple diseases, scars and molestations. But, he has come out with both of his arm although he had gone in with only one! Now the government decides to lead another expedition to trace back the missing years following the His arm grew back?!
Now the government decides to lead another expedition to trace back the missing years following the dead soldier's path with a team of scientists and soldiers. They also enlist Nathan Rand son of Carl Rand who wants to solve his father's death at any cost with the help of his friends.
But little does he know that there is one more contender of their findings who lurches behinds them hiding in their shadows while the unseen horrors and ancient secrets of site waits for all of them! Ok, I was hooked with just the premise itself! The plot is very engaging. I have read many science fiction and adventure novels but mostly those focus on technologies very much.
But rarely comes novels like siteia which focuses on the raw nature and its horror! The jungle's description and the actions are written so well that it feels like happening in front of the eyes like a movie will come back to this point.
With betrayal, revenge and a good villain thrown into that, James Rollins has really written a fantastic gripping novel. Each of the characters are living through the pages and feels very very realistic. Manny, Prof. Kouwe, Tor-Tor became friends of mine too along with Rand. Nathan Rand is one of the best heroic characters that I have read.
His anger, sadness and bravery really leaves a mark on the reader's mind. Sadly the books is very very cinematic at some places. It kind of does feel like a sci-fi adventure movie with little bits of Predator thrown in. The jungle, animals and intriguing story elements are so similar that it feels uncanny to be 'just a coincidence'! It even felt as if Mr. Cameron ripped off some of the pages of this book to write the script. I usually like movies of Mr. Cameron but this sad realisation left a bitterness when I finished the book.
I highly recommend this book to any science fiction or adventure lovers. But, this time it was different, and how! Are those plagues starting again? Before Director Crowe can investigate, a mysterious group of assassins leaves behind a fiery wake of destruction and death, erasing all evidence. To unravel a secret going back millennia, Director Crowe and Commander Grayson Pierce will be thrust to opposite sides of the globe. One will search for the truth, traveling from the plague-ridden streets of Cairo to a vast ancient tomb buried under the burning sands of the Sudan; the other will struggle to stop a mad genius locked within a remote Arctic engineering complex, risking the lives of all those he holds dear.
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All of them were put on hold, though, when McCabe himself came stumbling out of the desert ten days later.
Unfortunately, he died before he could receive medical help. It turned out that it was, indeed, Harold McCabe. Their suspicions were confirmed during an autopsy. Additional testing was scheduled, but within twenty-four hours, everyone present inside the exam room during the autopsy fell violently ill.
The incident, it turns out, was not contained. Soon the virus, whatever it was, spread around Cairo and beyond.
Scientists quickly learned that the virus was airborne and highly contagious, with a mortality rate similar to ebola.