Excitement and bravery by both men and women. It was not just one dimensional. I really liked the characters. It may be farfetched in some places, but it doesn't matter. It was still a great thrill ride.
This is my second James Rollins book, and while I enjoy the technical and research aspects of his books, I simply find them too boring at times.
The concept and overall story seem good, and I like the genre and believe there are a lot of really good fun and interesting points and story lines throughout this book. For me; however, there are simply too many slow periods and lulls in the story to keep me from calling this a "Can't-Put-Down" book, or in this case a "Can't-Quit-Listening" book.
I may try another Rollins book but I'm not going to jump out there and grab it anytime soon. From what I can tell by a lot of the reviews, it looks like Rollins has a very loyal following.
.....sooo if you like or love Rollins, I would highly recommend it.
Overall it's a decent story and decent listen as the narrator does a good job. I just don't think Rollins tickles my reading/listening bone.
I debated whether I wanted to listen to any more of the Sigma Force novels. I love the characters, but the last few were just okay. This one however did not disappoint!!! I'd rank it with the Da Vinci Code in story telling. I loved it, loved it, loved it.
yes I already listened to it three times because its amazing
kawalski because he kicks ass
yes peter jay fernandez does a great job always
I started with the strange books and enjoyed most. Then the Sigma Force came along and I really got into that. This one doesn't do it for me. Maybe it's the topic - there were a few yuks along the way.
sports announcer, cyclist, enjoys to travel and the outdoors.
This was my first Rollins book I have ever listened to / read. And I enjoyed it, its a good book with a lot of action. I am always worried that a book this far into a series of characters will leave me not understanding part of the story line, I never felt that way at all. I am not looking at getting another book in this series.
I love the Sigma Forces series, and Bloodline was as exceptional as the rest.
The plot was amazing, always a new twist and turn around the corner. I really enjoy the history and science he weaves into his books.
Jay Fernandez's was easy to listen to.
James Rollins began this series in a spectacular fashion with "Sandstorm." He has continued to raise and meet my expectations with each new entry. "Bloodlines" may be the best yet. This is a very well written novel that could very well stand on its own, completely independent of the series. It is full of James Rollins' signature story telling with a fictional, but realistic twist. His thorough research in to historical facts and current and emerging technology lends his books a scarily realistic. With his most recent installment, Rollins has exposed some of the secrets many readers of the series have been waiting to find out. I have to say that his introduction of Cane in this book sent me togoogle to look up information on military trained canines. This book kept me on the edge of my seat and constantly surprised with its revelations. I have already recommended it to several friends and will probably read it again myself.