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Das Relikt: Museum der Angst - Thomas A. Merk, Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child
Das Relikt: Museum der Angst
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4.25 20
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9783426603581 (3426603586)
Pages no: 558
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Pendergast (#1)
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Lillelara rated it
4.0 Relic
It´s my second read of this book and it is still as fun as I remember. The perfect novel when you just want to read something fastpaced, actionpacked and suspenseful and you don´t want to use a lot of brainpower on the words you are reading. And to all of you who don´t like gore: there is a lot of i...
YA Fanatic
YA Fanatic rated it
4.0 Relic Book Review
This was fun and not my normal genre. I had these audiobooks recommended by a friend and they are definitely well worth listening too. Though I have to say, if I didn't listen to it I'm not sure I would have finished reading it. The plot didn't totally grab me. The narration did. The museum is un...
Dang Rover: Cover to Cover
Dang Rover: Cover to Cover rated it
4.0 #Relic: Monsters, Mysteries, and...Science?
Relic is a lot of fun. Picture Jurassic Park, but in New York's Museum of Natural History. The suspense is great, plenty of bloody monster action. The science was a little hokey, but if you're one who can suspend belief for just long enough to enjoy the story, you're going to enjoy Relic. I have...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it
3.0 "Relic" by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child - 1990's horror/thriller about a beast in the Museum basement
"Relic" was published only twenty years ago but it reads like it's from at least a decade earlier - less "Jurrasic Park", more "Poseidon Adventure". "Relic" is based on a complex idea on how a monstrous creature might evolve but the exposition of the idea is clumsily done. Most of the book reads l...
Shiftyj1 rated it
3.0 Relic
Pretty good novel with an old school creature feature vibe going on. Have I seen the movie? Probably. Obviously, it has been a while since I have seen it and/or it didn’t leave much of an impression. I am going to look it up. The writing was nothing spectacular, but the story itself was more than ad...
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