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- 出版社: William Morrow (2017/12/5)
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- 言語: 英語
- ASIN: B06XR3LT2Y
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The Demon Crown: A Sigma Force Novel (Sigma Force Novels Book 13) (English Edition) Kindle版
Literature & Fiction
Praise for The Seventh Plague: “Fascinating research, beautifully told ... a riveting read.” (Wilbur Smith)
“Bestseller Rollins’s epic...features exotic locales, heroic quests, quixotic villains, action galore, and enough science and scientific curiosities to titillate even casual readers....Rollins’s characters are as large as his landscape in this vast and vastly entertaining thriller saga.” (Publishers Weekly (starred review))
“When it comes to the blending of action, adventure, history, and science, there is no other author who does it better than Rollins. Fans of Clive Cussler, Steve Berry, and Michael Crichton should already have Rollins on their mandatory reading list.” (Booklist (starred review))
“Rollins’ latest Sigma Force novel is one of the best in the series....The mix of science, history, and high-concept adventure is always first-rate in a Rollins novel....Devotees of Clive Cussler and Steve Berry are no doubt reading Rollins already, but if they’re not, what’s keeping them?” (Booklist (starred review))
“James Rollins has written a slew of pulse-pounding, wildly imaginative thrillers. But he tops himself, and everybody else, in The Seventh Plague, a book that exemplifies everything great storytelling is supposed to be.” (Providence Journal) --このテキストは、mass_market版に関連付けられています。
James Rollins is the author of international thrillers that have been translated into more than forty languages. His Sigma series has been lauded as one of the “top crowd pleasers” (New York Times) and one of the "hottest summer reads" (People magazine). In each novel, acclaimed for its originality, Rollins unveils unseen worlds, scientific breakthroughs, and historical secrets—and he does it all at breakneck speed and with stunning insight. He lives in the Sierra Nevada mountains.--このテキストは、mass_market版に関連付けられています。
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James Rollins sets his books in a variety of exotic locations all over the world (this one features Japan, Hawaii and Estonia, of all places !) and, whether you're fascinated with, or not terribly excited by, each location, he writes so well you get a grip on the atmosphere and feel of the place immediately.
As always, the Sigma Force characters are all here, dealing, as usual, with their own unique internal problems as well as the horrible threat facing the Hawaiian islands, and the rest of the planet...
The only thing that drives me crazy about all of the Sigma Force novels is this - wherever they go, fighting the good fight, James Rollins can't seem to resist blowing s**t up ! When you enter a new location, be it historical, exotic, beautiful, anthropologicaly priceless, or whatever, you just KNOW that in the next 50 pages or so it's going to get blown to hell.
So far, in the 2 volumes I've read up to now, we've destroyed a priceless, historical treasure in the form of an undisturbed, perfectly preserved Egyptian tomb / shrine, various libraries, museums and archives, a 700 year old salt mine, a precious coral atoll, and half of the arctic circle... It reminds me of the old anti-war activists slogan "join the army; travel to exotic new countries; meet fascinating new people... and kill them" Just a minor gripe.
What more can I say about this book, really ? If you enjoyed the first one - "The Seventh Plague" ( which I loved, btw) you'll enjoyed this. James Rollins really should be much more celebrated than he is... And I can't be the only person to whom these books scream "Film !!!" ?
I am not very keen on wasps, and will certainly look at them in an entirely different way from now on.
The story is bluddy brilliant with human touches and heros and heroines,although i would like more painter crow involvement who got me into the Sigma stories ,great respect for the founders and experience of the teams that keep our world safe we only get one chance use it wisely 👍🏴🤪
sigma must once again save not only the world but one of their own
Once again Sigma provides a great read