The Bone Labyrinth by James Rollins; 2015; $27.99; 471 pages; William Morrow, New York, NY; 978-0-06-238164-4; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Fairview; 12/16/15-12/20/15
Spanning the globe to bring you the constant adrenaline of a good thriller is the Bone Labyrinth. Genetically modified creatures, the onset of human intelligence, the relationship between animals and humans, the lost civilization of Atlantis, language, Sigma Force and more. As three separate groups of Sigma operatives chase one secrets from France to Croatia to Ecuador and China. We get a great story that combines history, science and military espionage. I will not spoil the story, there are so many disparate parts that Rollins pulls together to make a compelling story. The hardest thing about reading his books is putting them down.
Did I enjoy it? Immensely. This is a book that defines the word pageturner. I couldn’t stop reading until I dropped the book.
What is with the title of the review? 1. 37 is the answer to life, universe and everything. 2. One of my favorite characters gets married. 3. One of my favorite characters dies.