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In The Void Protocol, New York Times best-selling author F. Paul Wilson concludes his medical thriller trilogy featuring Rick Hayden and Laura Fanning as they confront the entities responsible for the supernatural events of Panacea and The God Gene.
Something sits in a bunker lab buried 50 feet below the grounds of Lakehurst Naval Air Station.
The product of the Lange-Tür technology confiscated from the Germans after World War II occupies a chamber of steel-reinforced ballistic glass. Despite experimentation for nearly three-quarters of a century, no one knows what it is, but illegal human research reveals what it can do. Humans with special abilities have been secretly collected - abilities that can only have come from whatever occupies the underground bunker in Lakehurst.
And so it sits, sequestered on the edge of the New Jersey Pine Barrens, slowly changing the world.
F. Paul Wilson is the winner of the Career Achievement in Thriller Fiction in the 2017 RT Reviewers' Choice Best Book Awards.
The ICE Sequence:
- The God Gene
- The Void Protocol
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- Special education
F Paul Wilson is the best
I like this trio of books. They remind me of Repairman Jack. I love all of the tiny mentions of the people in Repairman Jack world. The stories stand solidly on their own. I hope that F Paul Wilson will let this duo continue though more stories. What ever he decides...I’ll always look froward to the next book by this author.
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As big a fan as I am of the RMJ series,
This book just did not live up to expectations. The first two were better, To follow future storylines I am sure this one will be a necessary listen. It just isn't my personal favorite. Slow, the characters make choices I don't think any sane person would make. The dialogue is good. The story is just clinical.
Audible's rating is:
1 Star is "not for me"
2 Stars "it is okay"
3 Stars "pretty good"
4 Stars "it's great"
5 Stars "I love it"
A one star book could be a very dry topic, story,crude or someone preaching down to the reader. I generally don't have 1 star books. I will just return them and go my own way. My last 3 were from the same series, I had hit a very dry spot in my listening.
A 2 star story, would be something that was phoned in by a writer that typically has done much better work. I have a couple of reviews from authors that just seemed to phone it in, one most recently from an author that decided to mix current politics into his novel. If I wanted that, I would just watch the news.
A 3 star review is where I really start. It means I enjoyed the book. That I did not have a hard time following it (I have lost alot of my conversational hearing). That the story kept to a plot, the characters were not static, and the world built was plausable.
A 4 star review is something that I really enjoyed. It puts the author on my map to keep an eye out for. I go through 12-15 books a month. (audible is my primary source of entertainment. ) I will search for the author's works regularly, and seek out their stories for future purchases.
A 5 star review, These are not as rare as one would think. These are the books where the characters grow, learn, act according to their nature. Where the world is not only plausible but believable. Where there are economic systems, businesses, rules of law that make sense. Where the story is woven is progressed and told with caring and dedication. These are books, series, authors and narrators that bring it all in a package.
So, when reading my reviews, if anyone does, that is how I judge the books.
- Kindle Customer
Excellent story. The fantastic elements seem plaus
I'm a big fan of the authors other work so my enjoyment of this was not a surprise. I recommend the entire trilogy.