Interesting, unusual, exciting
Most of James Rollins books have the same feel
It was good. He was clear and emphased the scene as needed
I always enjoy the tales that Rollins weaves they keep my attention and interest until the end. I love his reoccuring characters and miss them when the book ends but I also enjoy the new people he brings to the table with each adventure.
Amer Idol Fan
If you like action-packed thrillers this will keep you entertained for hours! I wish he would write faster!
James Rollins is great in any format, written or audio.
All of them. lol
Just pleasure all the way through.
Once again James Rollings had delivered a great suspenseful book. It kept me on the edge of my seat and can't wait to see what happens next. Every character has their own story and I left with the "what's next" and the frustration of having to wait for the next book!!
The narrator does justice in protraying all the characates. None of them are cheated. Heard there was a movie coming and Peter Jay Fernandez has set the standars very high for the actors who will protray them.
Warning...Spoiler ... someone's mom dies.
Highly recommend all of James Rollings books!! Worth every credit and more!!
explosive , thrilling, fast paced.
The intersection between American history and science all leading to incredible danger.
The best scene was about in the middle when they were exploring the Indian tribe underground.
yes without a dount
I have read ALL his books, this being my first audio.
I find my face mimicing the charachters more than four times an hour.
Mr. Rollins story lines are credible and actually do teach some science. My favorite book will always be "Amazonia" it was my first introduction of this wonderful Author.
Another Excellent Book by this Author - I have read and listened to all the books by this author - the books concerning Sigma I believe are the best and keep the reader/listener enthralled to the very end. I can hardly wait to the next book by this author.
I have a great deal of respect for James Rollins as a writer, but this story did not work. I am a big Sigma fan, but the limits of credibility were stretched here beyond repair. The attempt to follow a Dan Brown-esque thread to connect Mormonism, the founding fathers, a lost tribe of Israel, and a few other threads made the story feel so contrived, it was hard to appreciate.
Disappointed in this James Rollins book. I usually enjoy his adventurous work. This effort did not come close to his earlier work. It reminded me to an assembly line - everything coming out the same.
This book kept me listening to the end, even if it isn't as good as the other Sigma Force novels. The early American history woven into ancient history, along with some comic book science. I did know the outline of the ending about half way through the novel, however. His books are generally good. This one is a little below par, but still listenable.