Another great Rollins book. This one takes us to the Arabian Peninsula, searching for a lost city. It has great action and the treasure hunt clues and searches I look for in a book like this. The characters are well written and I even liked the bad guy in this one. Looking forward to reading more of Rollins' adventure novels.
I loved this book. He has to be the greatest writer. The book starts off with a bang and never stops. It always has something going on. Also I love it that this author's writing is based on factual places and sometimes factual events. This should be made into a movie.
I don't know why I keep reading James Rollins books. Well, yes I do - I like the story lines, the mysteries - but I do not necessarily like his style of writing. I find myself saying "ya da ya da" to skip over some of his prose, but I keep reading to find out what is the great mystery. Some are a big let down some are not. You decide for yourself.
This book is now ready for release.
It's a page-turner until almost the end. The epilogue falls a bit flat by trying to wrap up a loose end quickly. Other than that, an excellent read.
This book gets more interesting as it goes along. It ends in a spectacular setting, one that seems like it would be unbelievable, but doesn't. This book weaves history, myth and modern day reality so well, you won't even blink at some of the unusual elements in this book.