Map of Bones (Sigma Force 2) - James Rollins Reviews
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by - written on 06/01/12 (Very useful, 37 readings)
My reading list is quite eclectic and goes the full spectrum from fantasy to horror right through to the current vogue of Scandinavian set novels. Lately though I have been reading a lot of conspiracy books which seem to have some sort of secret society hell bent on either world domination or Armageddon. Most of these books are usually some sort of Dan Brown clone where there is an ancient secret usually involving the life of Jesus which if the secret ever gets out will destroy the Catholic Church etc. etc. For something with a secret society which is a little bit different I decided to re-read all of James Rollin's Sigma force books which I already have on my ... Read the complete review
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