It became comical in a superhero-Saturday-cartoon kind of way. It is an action packed story that starts off a little slow but really picks up in the end. A really intriguing premise, frightening consequences, wrapped up in roaring adventure. In Pulse expect lots of adrenalin-packed action, including fighting. An unusual archealogical find calls George Pierce from Athens to Peru, and lands him in some very hot water.
And if you already read it and loved it, spread the news. The author and editor were they one and the same??? Regeneration of the heads, or rather, in his mind, organs and limbs, the testing goes awry and we have mutants running amok. Now put her as the leader of a rag tag bunch of post apocalyptic warriors on a Lord of the Rings style journey to save the world. To take something as complex as the regenerative capabilities of a salamander and use that as the jumping off point for a story that spans thousands of years and multiple continents is no mean feat. In trying to explore the facility, Jon and Local Sheriff Ashley Collins are targeted by a team of ex-special forces personnel. If you're thinking this will be a cool book heavy on the archaeology, history, myth I was expecting way more Greek mythology and less military ops in Pulse. Pulse is an action packed adventure in which one of King's friends, an archaeologist, asks King to provide security on a dig in Peru.
Missed opportunity for character building and developing relationships between the heroes. For some reason, I just didn't find it as engaging. I do urge you to seek out his work however. Having read Prime first, I was not sure this was a good series for me to start on. The bark is smooth, as far as bark goes, like the hide of some hairless mammal. A trail of grisly discoveries uncovers a slippery villain willing to do anything to get what he wants, and willing to sell anything to the highest bidder. Thankfully, the fast actions of the Secret Service revive the President.
Robinson will have readers turning the pages. Now, the story itself is a little gruesome. And like the main character of that ill-fated space adventure, Greg Zekser, a doctor from Massachusetts, finds himself alone in very unfamiliar and unfriendly territory. I like to enjoy my books and not over analyze them, especially when they are from the fiction section, so here goes: One, I love the reference to chess. Each member has something different to add to the team. Under different names, the author has written horror and post-apocalyptic novels, becoming a bestseller on Amazon in the process. Probably why I never finished that novel I started.
He was telling me all this stuff about what was being done to industrial food and a lot of legal trickery some major companies had done to get very weird things into the food supply. I had no idea what to expect, and I honestly This is the second book I've read by Robinson, and I can say I like his style. The Chess Team races to save Pierce and stop Manifold before they change the face of genetics—and human history—forever. Did he choose the wrong consultants, or did they simply not know their topics? I know I am late on this one, so you will have to let me know which book you are asking about. I just discovered the works of Jeremy Robinson this year.
His name is Crazy, with a capital C, and he will do and say anything as he fights in both worlds, to prevent a war between them. There has been an enemy engagement in which one of the Chess Team was briefly captured. If you have not read the prequel Prime I would recommend that you do so. It certainly makes for an interesting read, bearing in mind there would be no excitement if the Chess Team were able to just walk in after a five minute one-sided fire-fight. A Boeing 747 must be refueled if flying more than 2000 miles? Pulse is an over-the-top, bullet-ridden good time. George Pierce, who was taken hostage in Peru by forces for Richard Ridley, the head of Manifold, a genetics company. In this debut outing, the Chess Team are called in to try to save Dr.
It became comical in a superhero-Saturday-cartoon kind of way. The story starts fast and stays fast with plenty of action. Rather, he initially gravitated towards comic books, and some people might actually recognize some of his efforts from his days on the indie circuit. What I did get of the characters I did like. Meanwhile the rich bad guy - Richa I am a fan of Jeremy Robinson and was a little hesitant to start his Jack Sigler series. Jeremy Robinson is the international bestselling author of sixty novels and novellas, including Apocalypse Machine, Island 731, and SecondWorld, as well as the Jack Sigler thriller series and Project Nemesis, the highest selling, original non-licensed kaiju novel of all time. Robinson will have readers turning the pages.
I'd recommend this book to fans of Matthew Reilly and James Rollins books. She looks hot in a bikini and then she engages in locker room humor with her buddies and then she kills you! Bishop is fuelled by a towering rage that he struggles to control. This review of by was. I'm on the fence as to whether I will enjoy them as much as the other books on the list above. Deep Blue — — Deep Blue, then ex-Army Ranger of the team can still open a can of whup-ass if need be, but his tough, smart and balding character is a perfect match for Willis. Was this thing ever edited at all? I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys thrillers, especially those that involve a military team fighting to save the world from disaster. It's escapist, over-the-top adventure pure and simple.
Now it is true to say that some purists may find this cross-pollination unwelcome. Only flag comments that clearly need our attention. They were followers, worshippers of the man whose strange ship had landed on the lush Peruvian shore only a week before, the man who now led them on a trek away from heir fertile homeland and across the arid, lifeless Nazca plains. But I tell you, this was a book that I didn't want to put down. But kick off your shoes, get comfortable in your favorite chair or on the couch, and just enjoy the ride! The story seemes to start in the middle. Its range is actually more than triple that. Jeremy Robinson has one wild imagination, slicing and stitching his tale together with the deft hand of a surgeon.
Would have to be somebody new. However, I didn't put it down and wanted to see how it ended. » » Jeremy Robinson BookSeries. While other Robinson works have had better focus on action and adventure, and there is still plenty of that here including an opening scene of our protagonist being repeatedly killed , this book uses the action to set the space literally for the questions to be explored. Imagine a world where soldiers regenerate and continue fighting without pause, where suicide bombers live to strike again and again.