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  • Paperback
  • 496
  • The Sixth Extinction
  • James Rollins
  • Portuguese
  • 05 May 2017
  • 9789722529730

10 thoughts on “The Sixth Extinction

  1. says:

    I realized something when reading this book something that should have hit me long before now James Rollins writes awesome female characters And if you read thrillers as much as I do you know what a rarity that is They're smart and

  2. says:

    The 6th Extinction is book 10 in the Sigma series and you don't need to have read the previous books in the series to enjoy this book Although it wouldn't hurt to read them in the right order Mostly because the series is good and it's interesting to follow the character lives throughout the booksThis book starts with the destruction of a remote military research station that not only kills every single scientist in the facility

  3. says:

    35 stars In this 10th book in the Sigma Force series two civilian scientists one in California and one in Brazil are trying to develop 'outside the box' solutions to counteract humankind's destruction of the Earth Unfortunately the cures are worse than the disease The book can be read as a standaloneFYI Sigma Force is a secret division of the US Department of Defense composed of former Special Forces officers who've been trained in various

  4. says:

    This is the 10th book in the series but I can't see any reason it isn't a stand alone This book should come with a five point restraint since once the actions starts it never stops and you just careen from one dangerous situation until the next And the story is like the Stand meets Jurassic Park if written by Tom Clancy The book starts off with a nice park ranger and her dog are overseeing a school trip to a lake outside

  5. says:

    The 6th Extinction by James Rollins is the very highly recommended 10th Sigma Force Novel but importantly it is a terrific thriller that will deliver an action packed ride to the suspenseful end This is not a leisurely read It is a stuck overnight at the airport book meaning The 6th Extinction will keep you up awake and entertained with min

  6. says:

    ScienceThrillerscom review If you're a fan of science themed or techno thrillers but you don't know author James Rollins and the Sigma Force series it's past time to join the partyRollins is easily one of the top

  7. says:

    It’s AlrightHave been a fan of James Rollins since reading one of his first books Map of Bones In The 6th Extinction once again there is only a matter of hours to save the world The book jumps around uite a bit and near the end I started skimming and even skipping Eventually got tired reading about all the killer monsters what they looked like what they did etc etc However for a first time reader of this author it shou

  8. says:

    Gah At 75% mark I lost all interest Too stupid and way too predictable The science in this one went too far I much preferred the earlier books Shame

  9. says:

    This is the 10th Sigma Force novel by James Rollins All the members of the team are back including Commander Grey Pierce Dr Lisa Cummings Painter Crowe and Kowalski Two other main characters Jenna Beck and Jason Carter play prominent rolesAs he does with all his novels Rollins weaves his fiction with threads of actual science and

  10. says:

    I felt like this book was a bit lacking in originality and shared many of the same info as James Rollins' other books A few examples this book has the underworld of Antarctica component of Subterranean the throwba

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The Sixth Extinction

Incluindo as bactérias A terra tornou se inteiramente estéril e o fenómeno está a espalhar se Com o intuito de parar o inevitável o comandante Gray Pierce e a Força Sigma têm de descobrir uma ameaça ue se ergue desde tempos remotos de um tempo em ue a Antártida era verde e toda a vida na Terra se euilibrava no fio da navalha Seguindo as pistas de um mapa ancestral resgatado da B The 6th Extinction by James Rollins is the very highly recommended 10th Sigma Force Novel but importantly it is a terrific thriller that will deliver an action packed ride to the suspenseful end This is not a leisurely read It is a stuck overnight at the airport book meaning The 6th Extinction will keep you up awake and entertained with minimum trips to find coffee or a distraction In fact you will be a toe tapping nail biting mess trying to read fast enough to find what will happen next And I literally was a toe tapping nail biting mess reading while waiting for my car s oil to be changed todayA distress call comes out of an old military station in the Sierra Nevada Mountains by Mono Lake asking for someone to Kill us all Jenna Beck a California State Park Ranger and her dog Nikko go up to investigate and uickly become part of something much larger than anything she could anticipate It appears everything near the site is dead and then commandos in black from a ubiuitous black helicopter fly in to finish the job The site is blown up releasing a man made pathogen that kills everythingThe Sigma Force is called into action to find out what the pathogen is where the scientist in charge has been taken who is attacking them and the scientists and where the genesis of the pathogen can be found Their teams must travel from California to Brazil to Antarctica in a race to discover the answers and stop the madness before it causes the 6th extinction this time of the human raceRollins always delivers the goodsThis thriller benefits from all the real science and research Rollins does to enhance the book Those who miss Michael Crichton s books take note The 6th Extinction is full of science and history Rollins clues you in at the end what science and research is real what research or beliefs the scientific debates and theories are based on and where the science is heading along with other information I love that about his books Rollins not only provides us with an excellent electrifying thriller full of action and adventure he also treats his readers with respect and a nod to their intelligence and comprehensionHaving read all the Sigma force novels or almost all of them I could easily follow along with the many characters and the action I really think that you could jump into the series and still finish the book with just as much enjoyment Of course then I m predicting that you ll then want to go back and read the other Sigma force novels and everything else Rollins has writtenDisclosure My Kindle edition was courtesy of HarperCollins for review purposes

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Será já tarde demais para parar a destruição da humanidade Uma instalação de pesuisa militar envia uma mensagem angustiante ue termina com a ordem matem nos a todos O pessoal da base mais próxima acorre ao local e encontra todos os elementos da euipa mortos e não só os cientistas Todos os seres vivos num espaço de oitenta metros uadrados estão mortos animais plantas e insetos The 6th Extinction is book 10 in the Sigma series and you don t need to have read the previous books in the series to enjoy this book Although it wouldn t hurt to read them in the right order Mostly because the series is good and it s interesting to follow the character lives throughout the booksThis book starts with the destruction of a remote military research station that not only kills every single scientist in the facility but also every living thing within fifty suare miles Animals plants and yes even bacteria are killed and the infestation is spreading Now they must find a way to stop itThis book takes us both to the jungles of South America and the icy world of Antarctica as the agents of Sigma has to find a way to stop the spreading that kills everything in its wayThe book is split into two parts Commander Gray Pierce and others travelers to Antarctica looking for the answers below the ice and Painter Crowe and his group is going after the scientist that created the scourge and who was kidnapped when the military research station was destroyed I preferred the Antarctic part of the book it was most interesting with the lost world under the ice and also the one that felt most adventurous Meanwhile Crowe and his team are trying to find the scientist that was kidnapped by the evil man that wanted to destroy the world that we know The problem for me with the storyline was that It just got to scientific sometimes too much scientific babble that dragged the story a bit It was fundamentally interesting the idea that something could be so devastation dangerous that it could kill everything alive but it just sometimes felt like the scientific babble just went on and on That could really be why I just preferred what was going on with Pierce and the others because they had to fight for their lives constantly in Antarctica and the world below was so fantastic and dangerous Yes there was danger in Brazil but I just felt less interested in the storyline I liked the book I think it is well written and fascinating to read Yes sometimes the science went above my head but that only makes me impressed because it does make the book feel very well researched Although it did now and then go on a bit too long for my taste But still in essence a really good book

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Iblioteca de Alexandria a Força Sigma descobrirá a verdade acerca de um continente desaparecido e uma nova forma de morte enterrada sob uilómetros e uilómetros de gelo De segredos milenares saídos de um passado gelado até aos mistérios enterrados bem fundo nas selvas mais sombrias dos nossos dias a Força Sigma enfrentará o seu maior desafio de sempre parar a iminente destruiçã Gah At 75% mark I lost all interest Too stupid and way too predictable The science in this one went too far I much preferred the earlier books Shame


About the Author: James Rollins

James Rollins is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of international thrillers His writing has been translated into than forty languages and has sold than 20 million books The New York Times says “Rollins is what you might wind up with if you tossed Michael Crichton and Dan Brown into a particle accelerator together” NPR calls his work “Adventurous and enormously engrossing”