Best Rollins yet!
I have always enjoyed James Rollins books as kind of a guilty pleasure, there was always plenty of action wrapped around a good scientific plot (science stretched by a large imagination), but the stories always did lack in the character development department. Not that I expect much from books of this genre but it is still nice to have some character development. In this book Rollins has done a much better job with his characterizations and dialog. His hard core fans probably won't care either way, but it may help attract new fans. in fact if you are new to rollins I recomend you start with this book! I did just finish an interesting thriller: "A TOURIST IN THE YUCATAN" that scored well on my believabilty scale!
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