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Sandstorm (Sigma Force Series)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

7 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

Exciting thriller

The explosion destroyed much of the Kensington Gallery antiquities collection of the British Museum when a bluish light struck the Iron Camel artifact killing guard Harry Masterson in the blast. Various people and government agencies want to know what caused the detona...
The explosion destroyed much of the Kensington Gallery antiquities collection of the British Museum when a bluish light struck the Iron Camel artifact killing guard Harry Masterson in the blast. Various people and government agencies want to know what caused the detonation........................... Lady Kara Kensington, whose family founded the devastated gallery and its curator Safia al-Maaz find clues that lead to Ubar, a city buried beneath the Arabian Desert. They hire renowned explorer Omaha Dunn to escort them to this legendary ancient city................................. In Connecticut DARPA Agent Painter Crowe is working an operation when his assignment is changed. His superiors show him the British Museum video and hand him a chunk of meteoric iron that came from the Iron Camel explosion. They assign him to learn what caused the explosion with the clues leading to Ubar........................ As these four people and others head to Ubar, none comes close to conjecturing what awaits them in Ubar: a force that could destroy humanity. Those ruthlessly guarding this force believe the outsiders are the wrong hands because they want to control the secrets at a cost that could mean the end.............................. This exciting science fiction thriller shows once again that James Rollins is one of the best at taking readers on a nature tour like none they have ever been on except in his action-packed novels (see ICE HUNT and EXCAVATION). His latest tales hooks the audience the moment Harry takes his third puff on his cigarette and never lets up until the end. The key quartet each have distinct personalities and a bit of romance adds to understanding the varying motives of the foursome. Fans will cherish this powerful story.............................. Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Muthaloadofboyz

Exciting read

posted by 8172672 on December 22, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2014

    boring

    this was the slowest book I ever read. From the outset it went nowhere and I never finished it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2014

    Dont bother

    Deravative drivel

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  • Posted March 21, 2014

    Not recommended

    The whole book is about Safia. Poor Safia this ,Poor Safia that. and it goes on and on. Poor Painter Crow is wondering /Wandering again. I wish Rollins would get back to the Basic Sigma Force stories and please kill off Cassandra. Also I wonder if Rollins hates the Catholic Church.

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