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Eden Prophecy (2013)

by Graham Brown(Favorite Author)
3.75 of 5 Votes: 3
3442380154 (ISBN13: 9783442380152)
Blanvalet Taschenbuch Verlag
Hawker & Laidlaw
review 1: This is the third book in the series and I found it just as compelling as the first two. In fact, I started reading it on a Sunday afternoon and finished it on Tuesday morning. It was that hard to put down. I don't read many thrillers, but Graham Brown does a great job with his main characters. I really like them and root for them to succeed. He does a good job of intertwining their external and internal struggles, making them well rounded, three dimensional characters. He also takes a complex subject like human genetics and weaves it seamlessly into the twisting plot line.
review 2: DANIELLE HAWKER HAWKER DANIELLEWHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYA fantastic novel as usual from Mr. Brown, but gorram, those two characters will be the death of me. That doesn't
... more mean I don't want to see them in another book, though. I love the mixture of past and future used in each book to craft an obstacle or mystery of epic (dare I say biblical?) proportions. With this third installment in the series, I liked how you learned a little bit more about the characters' personalities and pasts, and while I never like it when Danielle and Hawker are separated, it did give us a chance to see how they function in their own way. Mostly, of course, by kicking ass. But I would still like to know why they won't just shack up already. less
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Lots of action, if you like James Bond this book is for you. Enjoyable read.
There was a bit of a liberal spin in this book, otherwise it was exciting.
I won this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. Thank you.
The series keeps getting better!
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