Sequence 77by Darin M Preston
...But should he?
Or would it better serve humanity to bury that secret forever;
The past, present, and future collide in the hot summer of July 1996 as one man's desire to prevent repetition of history's mistakes pushes him to the very edge of reason. With the knowledge in his possession, he finally has the power to fulfill his vision and 'save' the human race.
...But should he?
Or would it better serve humanity to bury that secret forever; to prevent that man from applying his knowledge-and his judgment-and changing the world as we know it?
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Sequence 77 draws you in right away and really gets you thinking! Sequence 77 would be a great book to read with a book club as well! I would recommend this book to young adults as well as adults as it has many levels of enjoyment and prompts great discussions! I hope Darin Preston writes more books because he is my new favorite author!
I have read the Book Sequence 77 and found it riveting to read and difficult to put down. It tends to begin with a scene that gets quite interesting in a short while. I realized a lot of in depth research went into this book, I recognized several areas of Madison WI. that are in the book. It gets exciting as one continues to read on. I love the mystery of it all. The ending clears up what the beginning was all about and is real neat how it all gels together. The amazing thing about the book is that at this time in our lives with all the technology we are witnessing this could very well be happening at the present. Will read it again and again and I am looking forward to the next book compiled by this young author. Sequence 77 is a definite page turner. I highly recommend reading this book. The author is on his way to becoming a best selling author.
One of the deepest and most intriguing stories I've read in years. A great mix of serious, character-driven moments and a fair share of humor as well. This could easily be a NYT best seller if the exposure were there. Simply superb.