Excavation by James Rollins

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Book Information  
AuthorJames Rollins
GenreScience Fiction
Book Reviews / Comments (submitted by readers)
Submitted by Rodney Powell 
(Mar 18, 2002)

This book was one rollercoater ride! Rollins was able to combine: Lost civilizations, hard science, modern-day spanish Inquisitors, monsters and a abundance of thrills and chills into a classic science fiction thriller. I also love his writing style that was atmospheric and cinematic in describing action sequences and the supremely creepy lost Inca city and a army of albino tarantulas had my skin crawling! All the ingredients are here in this potboiler: action, wonderful characters, sinister villians, and shocking last plot twist on the final page. Great Entertainment and I can't wait for the author's next book!

Submitted by waz
(Aug 08, 2000)

Dear James Rollins,

I'm half way through your latest story Excavation and am happy to inform you that it is perfectly equal with Subterranean.  You make your stories flow form cover to cover. I read Subterranean in one day, coolest story I have ever read.

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