Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 1st 2007
Pages no: 410
Edition language: English
A nice escape. Reminded me a lot of Scott Sigler's EarthCore. Fairly believable until all the large reptiles start roaming everywhere and the little naked people show up. And then the telelpathy. Overall though, a decent read.
I'm giving it 4 start, but it was my least favorite Rollin's book. So far there wasn't even one I wasn't crazy about, but the heroine in Subterranean - Ashley drove me crazy almost till the end of the book. I'm used to the military giving the orders, making plans and etc. Here she was leading with...
My first foray into James Rollins' writing, and I found it entertaining enough to give him another go in the future. If you are looking for a thrilling adventure, this is not quite it, but it's not badly written or laughable.
I really hate to abandon this book, because I usually enjoy a good [a:James Rollins|38809|James Rollins|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/authors/1328147798p2/38809.jpg] story. The stories are often over-the-top, but they are nothing if not fun adventures, and I think Subterranean would have bee...
This was Rollins earlier books, and thus a different ride for me. The story definitely starts out slow. There's now doubt about that. The concept was interesting, and the storyline was kind of like Indiana Jones. The theory of people actually living in the core of the earth was bizarre, but not unli...