Although the author gives special acknowledgement to his editor, it seems that the editor was out of the office the day this manuscript came through for review. The characters are all uninteresting, the plot becomes stale early on, and the author spends more time on the pointless than anything else. At first i thought it be cheesy and lame cause well thee title isnt eye catching. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. And this time, Collins and his crew will dare to uncover a terrifying secret-about the long-vanished tribe of the Incas-that's buried deep within the Amazon Basin. Can't wait to loose myself in another great book.
There's nothing much to say about this book. We currently have listed on the site and with more added each day. The first 50% was a generous 2 stars while the final 50% was easily a 4 star book. David Lynn Golemon was born in September 25, 1955 in Chino, California where he also grew up. The first installment of the Event book series is Event, and it is a riveting tale of the most secret organisation in the United States. Overall I wound up picturing the Creature from the Black Lagoon, a gillman of sorts but super jacked. The last expedition into the depths and darkness of the Amazon claimed the lives of a female professor and her team.
No idea if that is the accurate way they were, but again, I'm not sure if that was do to the description or my own understanding of it. Even multi This book has a good concept, good story line, and good locations. He seems to know everything, what sometimes raises a few questions. Unfortunately no headway at all was made in translating his characters into actual people. Also a great take on the El Dorado myth. But someone does not want this treasure to come to light.
At first i thought it be cheesy and lame cause well thee title isnt eye catching. Loved the story and most of the characters, especially Jenks. A real short coming in book. I'm committing to at least three; as I mentioned in my review of , the third book has been on my bookshelf for years and I refuse to donate it away before reading it. Perhaps that's on purpose though, as the adventure isn't about finding the creatures but rather finding the hidden treasures within their domain. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. Now, the eccentric, but brilliant, team of scientists and paranormal experts are being asked to join forces once again - this time to save the president.
The other downside would be the villains. The jungle around it should have been scorched for miles, along with all the characters. Several times throughout the book, I found myself rereading paragraphs I had already read, simply because I could not focus on what was happening because it failed to engage my interest. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. The enigmatic leaders of the group divulge to Collins that they have served every U.
The plot and pace are enough to keep you moving, subtle humor, and enough freedom to let your mind wander from reality. I am simply giving approximations. Armed with proof that history is repeating itself, the Group finds themselves in the grasp of an insane genius straight out of the pages of Jules Verne. At one point I considered not even reading it, but then I wouldn't be able to judge for myself, would I? Golemon grew up in Chino, California, and now makes his home in New York. The spine may show signs of wear. It was warm and fuzzy in some places and weird, crazy and bloody in others.
Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. In a feat to make certain that the errors in history are never repeated, the Group must join forces with an unexpected ally to defeat a malevolent presence known as the destroyer of worlds. Indeed this makes for a fascinating read. A professor and a group of her students are following the mystery, when all of a sudden they go missing too. .
Although the author gives special acknowledgement to his editor, it seems that the editor was out of the office the day this manuscript came through for review. No need to read closely nor with any great personal investment. Using cutting-edge technology exclusively designed for the Event Group by the U. The action jumps all over the place - Washington D. Farbeau spelling is an intriguing bad guy, who was really great in the first book, Event.
Sure there is better stuff out there, but this is also fun adventure time!! First, and most glaring, were the numerous misspellings and bad grammar. David Lynn Golemon is an American author of thriller novels. Event seemed to follow the same formula of building up the story for three hundred pages before having a breakneck, nonstop action book for the last two hundred. A professor and a group of her students are following the mystery, when all of a sudden they go missing too. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. And into this darkness, Professor Zachary and her team vanish. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.
Unfortunately, this book took an opposite approach, and wasted page after page with the president, the secretary of state, and a whole bunch of people in offices pulling strings when what it should have done was stick with the team in the Amazon. But Event was interspersed with a little action to keep me reading. It turns out that their expedition into a valley surrounded by waters called the Black Waters of Satan original name in Spanish is dangerous. Go down a river of no return, toward a fateful meeting with an animal that predates mankind's existence by ninety million years---after a treasure that has captured man's desires for centuries. In short, a fun novel that was expertly written and narrated. I was expecting some great action scenes where the bizarre lagoon creatures wreaked havoc on good guys and bad, and instead, the creatures in this book only made a couple of cameo appearances before simply disappearing.