It’s been a long time since I read a Sigma novel. I forgot how James Bondian they sometime seem what with last minute saves and getaways from impossible situations.
Still, I love these novels because Mr Rollins has a way of looking at information from different strata of life and incorporating them into an incredible story that actually makes sense. Even when it’s incredibly unbelievable. 🙂 (INCREDIBLY!)
I don’t want to go into details about the story, I think it’s better if you read it for yourself when you are up to some good adventure/thriller fun.
The most important thing about this book is that it presents genetic research and gene manipulation from two perspectives which are opposite to one another but which cannot be dismissed as completely wrong. Or right for that matter. It always comes back to ethics and morality. And some people not having them.
But to make a long story short, I always learn a lot from these novels and go away wanting to learn more about different subjects.
Even when it seems learning more might make me see the future of mankind in a bleak perspective…
Tagged: Book review, James Rollins, Sigma, summer read, The 6th Extinction
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