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James Rollins
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26. März 2013 Sigma Force Novels (Buch 8)
The next installment of the Sigma Force series involves a genetic mystery--that holds the key to immortality--with ties to both an ancient history and modern-day government, as only New York Times bestselling author James Rollins can tell it while introducinga unique and phenomenal new pair of characters: Captain Tucker Wayne and his military war dog Kane.

Fleeing from Somali pirates, a yacht bearing a young American family crashes into a jungle atoll off the coast of Madagascar, only to face a horror far more terrifying: an experiment run amok has turned the island into the bloody hunting grounds for a new form of life. The single female survivor, rescued by Captain Tucker Wayne and his advanced military team, bears a terrfying secret. She is pregnant and something is already changing inside her.

Halfway around the world, a firebombing at a fertility clinic in South Carolina reveals a group of women kidnapped from around the globe and enslaved to bear children by artificial means. One woman lives long enough to give birth to a stillborn child at a local hospital. A genetic study reveals the child bears a strange abnormality--a triple helix of DNA.

Commander Gray Pierce of Sigma Force and Captain Tucker Wayne must team up with a deadly assassin on a journey from the sparkling towers of Dubai to the crumbling ruins of an ancient French fortress, from the halls of power on Capitol Hill to the dark secrets buried at the heart of a centuries-old southern plantation, all in the quest for the truth--and to save an unborn child that may be the key to the future of mankind.

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  • Taschenbuch: 656 Seiten
  • Verlag: Harper; Auflage: International (26. März 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0062252992
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062252999
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17 x 10,6 x 4,2 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 45.587 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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JAMES ROLLINS is the New York Times bestselling author of international thrillers, translated into more than forty languages. His Sigma series has been lauded as one of the "top crowd pleasers" (New York Times) and one of the "hottest summer reads" (People Magazine). In each novel, acclaimed for its originality, Rollins unveils unseen worlds, scientific breakthroughs, and historical secrets--and he does it all at breakneck speed and with stunning insight.

James Rollins decided to become a writer as a boy immersed in the scientific adventures of Doc Savage, the wonders of Jules Verne and H.G. Wells, and pulps such as The Shadow, The Spider, and The Avenger. He honed his storytelling skills early, spinning elaborate tales that were often at the heart of pranks played on his brothers and sisters.

Although his talent emerged and grew, writing was not James' original profession. Before he would set heroes and villains on harrowing adventures, he embarked on a career in veterinary medicine, graduating from the University of Missouri and establishing a successful veterinary. This hands-on knowledge of medicine and science helps shape the research and scientific speculation that set James Rollins books apart.

The exotic locales of James Rollins novels have emerged as a hybrid between imagination, research, and James' extensive travels throughout the United States and Europe, as well as New Zealand, the South Pacific, China, Southeast Asia, Africa, Australia, and South America. Recent travel includes book tours and stops across the country and several European nations to meet readers and give talks, seminars, and media interviews.

In recent years, much of James' travel has involved meeting readers in small and large groups, at writing and fan conferences, and even aboard seagoing "seminars." James' mentoring temperament and coaching skills have made him a sought-out writing instructor and guest speaker for workshops, symposia, conventions, and other forums throughout the country. He is among the core faculty of the annual Maui Writer's Conference and Retreat.

James Rollins is the author of seven thrillers in the bestselling Sigma Force series (Sandstorm, Map of Bones, Black Order, The Judas Strain, The Last Oracle, The Doomsday Key, and The Devil Colony, Bloodline); six individual adventure thrillers; the blockbuster movie novelization, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull; and the Jake Ransom middle grade series (Jake Ransom and the Skull King's Shadow, Jake Ransom and the Howling Sphinx, and more coming in 2013). The ninth Sigma Force adventure, The Eye of God, is coming in Summer 2013.



“From the hidden Indian treasure, to the Fort Knox secrets, to the conspiracy at the beginning of the United States The Devil Colony gives you every reason why you’ll want to be a member of Sigma Force.” (Brad Meltzer, New York Times bestselling author of The Inner Circle on The Devil Colony)

“Terrible secrets, the sweep of history, an epic canvas, breathless action...nobody—and I mean nobody—does this stuff better than Rollins.” (Lee Child on The Devil Colony)

“James Rollins is a master of international action and intrigue.” (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

“Riveting....Rollins gets better with each book, and his position at the top of this particular subgenre remains unshaken.” (Publishers Weekly on The Devil Colony)

“Rollins combines real-world science with high-octane action to create rousing stories of adventure that are as exciting as any movie.” (Chicago Sun-Times)


In a thrilling masterwork that will make you rethink your perceptions of life and death, New York Times bestselling author James Rollins takes you to the edge of medicine, genetics, and technology, revealing the next evolutionary leap forward: immortality—a horrifying truth that is locked inside the Bloodline

Galilee, 1025. Infiltrating an ancient citadel, a Templar knight uncovers a holy treasure long hidden within the fortress's labyrinth: the Bachal Isu—the staff of Jesus Christ—a priceless icon that holds a mysterious and terrifying power that promises to change humankind forever.

A millennium later, Somali pirates hijack a yacht off the coast of the Horn of Africa, kidnapping a young pregnant American woman. Commander Gray Pierce is enlisted for the covert rescue mission into the African jungle—for the woman is no rich tourist; she's Amanda Gant-Bennett, the daughter of the U.S. president.

Suspicious that the kidnapping masks a far more nefarious plot, Gray must confront a shadowy cabal, one who has been manipulating events throughout history . . . and now challenges the current presidency.

For this sensitive mission, SIGMA is aided by a pair of special operatives with unique talents: former Army Ranger Captain Tucker Wayne and his military war dog, Kane. But what should be a straightforward rescue turns into a fiery ambush and a deadly act of betrayal as Gray and his team discover that the hostage is a pawn in a shattering act of terrorism with dark repercussions. And the danger is only beginning. . . .

Halfway around the world, a firebombing at a fertility clinic in South Carolina exposes a centuries-old conspiracy to manipulate our genetic code. With time against them, SIGMA must race to save an innocent unborn baby, one who holds the key to a mystery and whose very existence raises questions about the nature of humanity, asking:

Could you live forever?

Would you live forever?

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Der Preis der Unsterblichkeit 10. Juli 2012
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Eine Entführung aus dem innersten Kreis der Präsidentenfamilie bringt Sigmas Akteure wieder auf den Plan-und direkt in die Schußlinie einer weltweiten Verschwörung, die nur ein Ziel kennt: die Gabe der Unsterblichkeit genetisch in einen kleinen, aber sehr elitären Kreis zu verankern, der dazu noch durch dieselbe Blutlinie miteinander verbunden ist..Die "Gilde" läßt wieder einmal grüßen.
Um dieses Ziel zu erreichen, ist den Verschwörern jede Gräueltat recht-und Sigma ist gefährdet wie nie zuvor. Der grandiose Showdown, der unweigerlich folgt, wird nur eine der rivalisierenden Organisationen am Leben lassen. Welche wird es sein?
Rollins zieht in diesem Roman wieder einmal alle Register seines Könnens-und läßt noch genügend Baustellen für zehn weitere Sigma-Romane offen. Archäologie, Genetik, spekulative Geschichtsschreibung, Robotik, Spekulationen über wissenschaftliche Ethik werden mit rasanter Action verwoben (auch wenn am Ende des Romans einige Cliffhanger allzu sehr in "Mission Impossible 4"-Qualität präsentiert werden) und garantieren den gewohnten Lesespaß von der ersten bis zu letzten Seite.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen good. 25. Oktober 2013
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A good read but fiund it very hard goingin some spots i have read better books from james rollins, i enjoyed it but not as much as some of his others
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Loved it Rollins rocks 3. Juli 2013
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Loved it, JR rocks as always. Just bought the latest one, can't wait to get started on it tonight. For readers of Brad Thor, Vince Flynn, Tom Clancy, Steven Konkoly, Mark Greaney, Emly Rees, tom Cain.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Spannend 31. Januar 2013
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Wie jedes Buch von James Rollins:Interressantes und eine spannendes Buch zu lesen. Die Story war auch gut. Haben alle Nina Wilde Bücher gelesen. Warte auf das nächste Buch.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Sigma's going to the dogs 22. Juni 2012
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After a brief prologue, James Rollins' latest Sigma Force thriller picks up shortly after where last year's superlative The Devil Colony left off. Commander Gray Pierce is dealing with the fallout of his mother's murder, and the team is ready to exact vengeance against the Guild. (Now, those first two sentences should tell readers something. While I certainly think that there is enjoyment to be had reading Bloodline as a stand-alone, this installment of the series is very much built upon what's come before, both in terms of plot and character arcs. In a perfect world, I'd recommend reading this after reading the other books in the series, or at the very least The Devil Colony.) Early in the book, the enigmatic double-agent Seichan shows up unexpectedly:

"`There's been a kidnapping off the Seychelles by Somali pirates. A high-value American target. Painter wanted to know if you were up for a mission.' Gray frowned. Why was Sigma involved with a simple kidnapping? There were plenty of policing and maritime agencies that could attend to such a crime. Sigma Force--made up of Special Forces soldiers who had been retrained in various scientific disciplines--was a covert wing for DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Sigma teams were sent out into the world to protect against global threats, not to address the kidnapping of a single American."

Well, there's high-value, and then there's HIGH-VALUE. And this kidnapping victim is the latter. And wouldn't you know, this crime eventually leads back to the Guild. This is the book Mr. Rollins has been promising readers. It is the ultimate showdown between these two organizations. And, yes, Sigma is called upon to fulfill the mission stated above. The Guild's plot goes well beyond kidnapping, but I shall decline to elucidate further. What I will do, instead, is highlight some of the strengths and weaknesses of the book.

* Seichan tells Gray, "We've been ordered to pick up another two teammates, local assets already in the region, with unique skills to help us on this mission." Those who read Rollins' recently published e-short, Tracker: A Short Story Exclusive, have already guessed that I'm referring to retired Army war dog, Kane, and his handler, Tucker. These two are the freshest thing to hit Sigma in quite some time! First, they're just great characters. Former-veterinarian Rollins does a bang-up job writing from a dogs-eye view. These war dogs are unbelievably skilled. What they can do, and how they work with their human, is flat-out fascinating. Are you a fan of Dean Koontz's Watchers? You are going to LOVE Kane!
* I think Rollins' greatest strength is the integration of really smart, completely fascinating, and scarily plausible science into his plots. I have never failed to learn something within his pages. This novel deals with genetics, robotics, and the quest for immortality. At one point, the mad scientist is giving an epic lecture on how men can live indefinitely, and I'm thinking of a huge scientific impediment to that idea. I'm about to proclaim it all BOGUS. Well, almost as if he had read my mind, Rollins addressed my objection. Is it plausible? I don't know. But it sure sounds legit. I proclaim it NOT BOGUS.
* Rollins lets some recently underutilized characters shine in this novel, none more so than Kat Bryant, Sigma's second in command. She's out in the field for the first time in a long time, and this lady knows how to kick some ass. I'll never look at her the same way again. Bloodline is very much an ensemble piece, with everyone getting some face time, and it is stronger for it.
* Which reminds me... Way to write those strong female protagonists, Mr. Rollins! This has always been a strength, and it continues to impress.
* Kowalski. Kowalski is so awesome in his Kowalskiness. Who else, after watching Kane's amazing, life-saving performance under fire, would sum everything up with, "I got to get me one of those dogs"? He's always good for comic relief, but Mr. Rollins shows great restraint in not making this character too over the top, or of over-utilizing him.
* As always, Rollins leaves readers with a fascinating author's note about fact versus fiction. This time around he even includes links to video.

Now, die-hard fan that I am, it makes sense that I see more strengths than weaknesses, but as always, I do have some quibbles.

* For the last few books, Rollins has been trying (successfully) to humanize Seichan, and to reveal more of her background. That is very much the case here, but for me, personally, things were getting a little too... sentimental. You may judge for yourself.
* Also, I don't need to hear any more about the "inexplicable bond between dog and handler, tying them together by something deeper than just hand signals and spoken commands." I LOVED seeing the two in action, and Rollins didn't belabor the point, but any time their "bond" was referenced, I just wanted to roll my eyes. Clearly, I am a horrible person.
* Maybe it's because I'm a Washingtonian, or because I was obsessed with The West Wing, but I found certain elements of the Presidential/White House subplot of the novel strained even my generous suspension of disbelief.

Okay, sorry to prattle on, but there's always so much to talk about with these books! Despite my penchant for criticism, when you get right down to it, James Rollins is at the top of my favorite authors list. As always, he leaves me anxiously awaiting his next installment.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good premise, good ending, but takes far too long to get there 28. Oktober 2012
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One thing I want to make absolutely clear with this review is that if you're looking for the Sigma of the earlier books, the quest for forgotten treasures and past mysteries, you won't find that here. Not really, anyway. This book made it very clear to me that like Steve Berry's books, the plot focus here has officially shifted to a political strategies and power plays. This won't bother some, as many will be readers of military intrigue where such plots are common, but for those who are in this more for the Indiana Jones thrill will find themselves slightly left out.

That aside, there were elements in here I really enjoyed. I still loved the characters for the most part. Kowalski is still a hoot and remains one of my favorite characters. He's not an idiot, but his buffoonery provides a much needed lightness to the book because otherwise it'd be uninterrupted action and seriousness. (Others will probably see him as the Jar Jar of the Sigma team, though.) I also can't help but continue to like the women of the series, especially since they are usually some of the toughest characters. It's nice to have women that can hold their own for the most part. The guys? They're good, but Grey just continues to sail into Gary Stu territory. This doesn't mean that I dislike him, just that at times he's a little too perfect for my tastes.

Plot-wise, the book could have used about a good 50-100 pages shaved off. The idea of genetic engineering and DNA manipulation is an interesting one. It brings up a lot of questions as well as opens up the doors for future plot points in the series. I also rather liked the reveals in this book. Some of them you might have expected, some you might not have. The ending of this was particularly tight. This book took me a long time to get through because I just kept losing interest, but the ending makes me somewhat want to pick up the next book eventually. It's just that it takes so freaking long to get to where it wants to be that I couldn't help but get distracted by various different things. I know that it won't be like this for everyone and that the shift to power struggles did contribute to this, but I feel like this will be my last Sigma book for a while.

The bottom line is that this is good and if you've loved the series so far, you'll definitely want to pick this one up. If you're like me and have slowly started to pull away from the series, this book probably won't be the whiz-bang book that draws you back in.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen An Inventive and Exciting Thriller 27. Juni 2012
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First time mothers are supposed to spend the nine months before birth in a blissful state of anticipatory preparation. With only a few weeks before the arrival of her newborn, Amanda is feeling anything but bliss. After discovering her husband's infertility, Amanda undergoes the grueling process of in vitro fertilization. A couple miscarriages later, she finally carries a healthy child. Despite all of this, she and her husband are fleeing for their lives. A few weeks ago, she received anonymous notification, indicating that the life of her child was threatened. Now, off the coast of Africa, the couple is aboard a yacht, fleeing for the safety of their child. Under the cover of darkness, a group of Somali pirates hijacks the ship, killing the crew, her husband, and kidnapping the pregnant Amanda. This story alone would be enough to capture American headlines, but there is one more detail that makes this an even bigger story. Amanda is the daughter of the President of the United States!

In "Bloodline", the latest installment in the popular Sigma Force series by author James Rollins, Sigma, a secretive US military group, is tasked with finding the kidnapped Amanda. Gray Pierce, field leader of the covert team, is dealing with problems of his own. His mother was caught in the crossfire of his previous mission, in which his pursuit of the elusive organization, The Guild, led to her murder, leaving his father, who is slowly declining into dementia, to live alone. By straddling his protagonist with the guilt of his mother's death, Rollins turns what could have been a mindless super-human warrior into an everyman with genuine emotions.

Sigma enlists the help of a highly trained, army dog, Kane, and trainer, Tucker, to assist with the search. The sequences featuring the dog allow Rollins to flex his creative muscles, as he narrates entire passages from the perspective of the dog. Through this inventive method, Rollins successfully portrays the authentic relationship of trust between man and animal where the lives of both completely rests in the hands of the other.

As the investigation continues, the team uncovers a shocking connection between the kidnapping and the elusive Guild. Coming closer to discovering the motivation behind the abduction, Gray is fueled by both a desire to return the missing woman and unborn child safely to their family and by an urge to seek revenge for the brutal killing of his mother.

Despite being the eighth novel in the series, "Bloodline" has enough back-story to stand on its own. Writing with an authoritative confidence, Rollins provides the perfect combination of thrills, emotion, and fact. With an abundance of characters and story lines, he keeps the story sailing in the right direction, never allowing the focus to shift from the impending conclusion. His accessible language allows for a quick pace and an easy read that packs action, science, and intrigue into a smart and entertaining novel.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent 5. Juli 2012
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In my opinion this is the best SIGMA Force book to date. The pace is breakneck and the plot is nail biting. It really moves some dangling plot threads forward and introduces new ones. James Rollins continues to be a master of the craft.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen My first James Rollins, Sigma Force novel and I could not put it down. Now I am hunting for more! 29. Juni 2012
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Just finished almost an all-nighter because I simply could not put this book down. Sometimes sleep is over-rated anyway and when you find an amazing, edge of your seat, suspense thriller, you have to finish it.

In Bloodline by James Rollins, you are in for an action-packed roller coaster ride from the beginning. Trying not to give away too much, this novel blends a little DaVinci Code, National Treasure, Indiana Jones, Mission Impossible and a twisted bit of Science Fiction into this one, so if you have an interest in any of those, you will just LOVE this one.

The basis for this novel begins with the Knights Templar and ancient history involving a priceless icon that holds a mysterious and terrifying power that promises to change humankind forever. Here's just a sample of what is going on:

"On February 21, 2011, the cover of Time magazine declared: 2045, The Year Man Becomes Immortal. At face value, that might seem a wild claim, but other scientists have made similar statements.

We are living in an exciting time when advances in medicine, genetics, technology, and a myriad of other disciplines are opening the newest frontier for mankind: eternity.

How will that manifest, what form will it take? Within these pages, you'll discover that answer. The concepts raised in this novel are based on facts, on exhaustive research, going back to studies done by the Soviet scientists during the Cold War. But before you turn to that first page, I must make one correction concerning the startling statements made above. They are, in fact, far too conservative in their estimates.

For not only is immortality within our reach - it is already here." (preface excerpt).

Now with the presidents daughter kidnapped, it's only a matter of time before they discover who she really is, and what she is carrying within her that will make her one of the most valuable people in the entire world. If only SIGMA, a unique special operative groups, can locate her before her secret is uncovered, and she becomes a pawn in a shattering act of terrorism with dark repercussions and one that SIGMA may not even be prepared to deal with.

I received Bloodline by James Rollins compliments of William Morrow, a division of Harper Collins Publishers for my honest review and like I stated earlier, this was one I could not put down. Just when you think the good guys might be gaining an upper hand, a darker force will pull them down once again. A true roller coaster ride of great suspense and literal edge of your seat action. It had me surfing the internet while reading this one to see if the places described really exist and how much of this is really fiction! It's that great! For me, I rate this one a 5 out of 5 stars and I already have my husbands interest peaked just telling him what this one contains. This is my first James Rollings novel but definitely will not be my last.
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