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Thursday, March 9, 2017

The Devil Colony by James Rollins

This is a Sigma Force Novel.  The Sigma Force is a quasi-commando organization operating under the auspices of the DOD.  Regardless of whether you have read any of the series, this book is worth reading.  It stands alone very well.   This would be a great script for an Indiana Jones movie.   There are biblical references, strange phenomena and futuristic action.   The first few sentences are a repeat of my last Rollin’s review, The Seventh Plague.

This book starts with a Thomas Jefferson mystery and then moves to the present.   A lost tribe of Israel and American Indians provide the meat of the drama.   A secret society currently identified by the Sigma Force as the Guild is the ruthless adversary.

There are dark villains and naïve protagonists as well as some familiar faces from the previous book.

The action is tilt-a-whirl like with not so fun house surprises.   I enjoy the inclusion of historic characters and secret society myths.

Again the story line is excellent and I recommend the book.


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