Primeval

An Event Group Thriller

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Publisher Description

The New York Times bestselling author of Ancients and Leviathan returns with another adrenaline rush—the latest thriller in the Event Group Series

Twenty thousand years ago, when man crossed the land bridge to North America, creatures called They Who Follow made the great trek as well. But once in the new continent, the giant beasts disappeared, whether into hiding or extinction, no one knew.

Centuries later, a battered journal—the only evidence left from the night of the Romanovs' execution—turns up in a rare bookstore. As the U.S. and Russians vie for the truth, and the lost Romanov treasure, they collide with a prehistoric predator thought long-extinct.

It's up to the Event Group to lay to rest the legends. On an expedition into the wilds of British Columbia, Colonel Jack Collins and his team make a horrifying discovery in the continent's last deep wilderness, where men have been vanishing for centuries.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2010
July 6
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
368
Pages
PUBLISHER
St. Martin's Publishing Group
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
1.1
MB

Customer Reviews

HHEutsler ,

Fun read

This was a fun read. I could not put it down.

Freddie Simshauser ,

Great concept, disjointed execution

Let me begin by stating that I enjoyed this novel. However, that enjoyment was isolated to the general concept of the plot and the characters which were developed in the previous entries into this series. What stood in the way of complete enjoyment was the author himself. Some chapters of the book are well thought out and supremely executed! These sections catapult the story along delighting the reader. Other sections seem so disconnected and ambiguous that it leaves you wondering if you missed the chapter which explained the one you are currently reading. I've read the other entrants of this author and prior stories plot points carrying though to this book does not solve the gaping holes in the explanations and wrap up that conclude this story. Over all with the combination of editing errors and loose plot points it feels rushed to print over all. Which is disappointing given this plots potential.

Metaldogz ,

As usual a gripping action novel but....

Compelling story and gripping action but throughout the book I found myself constantly wondering why the baddies keep having to find excuses to keep the Team alive and what other of humankind's mysteries that the author will be resurrecting in that patch of the Canadian wilderness: UFOs? Loch Ness Monsters? JFK's true assassin? Atlanteans? An altruistic investment banker? If you will just suspend your belief - its a truly enjoyable book!

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