To those who love adventures, this one is jam-packed with all kinds of chase. From the USA, to Ukraine, to Russia, to India.
Without spoiling the book -- plot was good and rather believable compared to other thrillers mentioning supernatural powers. I've got two minor complaints, though: the book sadly didn't continue the "main plot", that is, the Guild. Only Seichan was mentioned ominously at the end. Also, the author abused one-line paragraphs, which could have been turned into a part of the preceding paragraph, separated from the last sentence by a comma. Such *unimportant* sentences becoming one-sentence paragraphs leads the reader into thinking there'd be an important revelation every time they see one, only to be disappointed. Granted, James Rollins is a thriller writer and thrillers don't focus on the presentation of the book -- the plot is the selling point -- I still think he could have done better in this aspect....Continua