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A satellite crashes in Mongolia, but before it does, it transmits what appears to be an image of Boston, New York City, and Washington, D. As Painter Crowe, head of Sigma, tries to understand the situation, operative Gray Pierce learns of an ancient relic that seems to predict imminent disaster. In four days, the end of the world begins, and can even the highly skilled Sigma team stop something as big as that? Sure, the Sigma Force novels are formulaic modern-day threat, ancient mystery, a team of experts who risk their lives to avert disaster at the last minute , but when the formula generates this much excitement, should we really mind?

The machinations of government read like the best of David Baldacci. And the action and thrills read like the best of Clive Cussler. Rollins takes the best of all of these and creates an amazing thriller unlike any other.

Rollins excels at combining action and history with larger-than-life characters. A must for pure action fans. Real history and science play a key role in all of the action, which never wanes. Amid all of the chaos are some terrific characters who get a chance to shine. Definitely keep an eye out for this one. All the science, all the history, and all the locations are masterfully intertwined.

The characters are multi- dimensional. And the story is, well, a corker. Real history and science play a key role in all of the action, which never wanes See all Editorial Reviews. Product details File Size: June 25, Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers Language: English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: Book Series.

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When I finished reading this book my first reaction was write a one star review. Bad physics, inane dialogue, cliched characters, an unbelievable story line filled with implausible situations all wrapped together with pseudo philosophy. Then I realized the author had accomplished his purpose, he had created the ultimate "pot boiler". It had taken me back to that old radio show "I Love A Mystery" and the fun of following the improbable exploits of Jack, Doc and Reggie.

A fun read if you can suspend your logical side. A big bang for a buck ninety nine. I've always enjoyed James Rollins novels in the past, but this one just didn't attract me. His popular, well known name is Attila.

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Pope Leo had gifted Attila with a box while making a plea to not attack Rome, which is protected by God's wrath. The box contained two smaller boxes, the final one of gold, containing a yellowed skull, adorned with script of the ancient Jews. Ildike observes the markings on the skull which spelled out the date of the end of the world. Under the skull an object was missing, only it's shape was left visible in the bottom of the box. In present day, November 17th in Rome, Monsignor Vigor Verona shivered not only from the cold, but also from a growing sense of fear.

He is carrying a parcel to his niece, a gift from supposedly dead colleague. Rachel is a lieutenant for the Commando Carabenieri Tutela Patrimonio Culturale the Cultural Heritage Police which overseas the trafficking of stolen art and relics. Inside the box is a skull with ancient writings. But is it a duplicate? Also with the box, a book bound in human skin and sewn with human sinew.

He reveals to Rachel the pages written in Latin, translating the opening words, "These are the secret sayings which the living Jesus spoke The incantation written in the book is a warning, a plea to God to keep the world from ending. Painter Crowe is presently with scientists tracking a comet which appears to be headed directly toward Earth. Through ancient documents and evidence, and with current scientific concerns, the Earth seems doomed in exactly four days, November 21st.

It will take the Sigma's entire team efforts to prevent the destruction of Earth. This is a complex novel, fast paced with too many scenarios to keep track of all the characters.

For me, it was hard to get through the very descriptive scientific evidence and vast amounts of descriptions. I think I'd rather see the movie than wade through this story. I did not read it to the end; I was not inspired. One person found this helpful. A very large meteor is coming very close to the earth. The scientific community had sent up a satellite to gather data from the meteor. Before the satellite gets knocked out of space and sent to rest at the bottom of a lake in Asia it shows transmits an image of the eastern seaboard of the US totally destroyed.

Sigma is put to the task of recovering the satellite to try to get more information. At the same time, part of the team is rescuing a kidnapped team member, also in Asia.

Our friends in Italy get involved too when Vigor, at the Vatican, receives some strange artifacts. These artifacts tie in with Genghis Khan and the image of the destruction of the eastern seaboard. Another part of the team are traveling with the Vigor and his niece to an acquaintance that may have more information about the artifacts. These teams mean up in a culmination of explosive proportions.

I learn a lot reading his books. The characters in the story are smart and engaging. I feel like they are friends since I have read every Sigma Force book. I highly recommend this book for those who like to read true science fiction based on actual science, as well as those that like action packed stories. If you have an interest in Genghis Khan, St. Thomas, Dark Energy, Multiverses and a story that spans the globe, then The Eye of God should be on your list to read next.

It epitomizes why James Rollins is one of my all-time favorite authors, and why his Sigma Force Series is a must read for me--and should be for others. The way this author melds history, science, action and adventure all while keeping the pacing of a thriller, is absolutely unparalleled. And, my favorite part of this series is the 'Truth and Fact' section at the end of each novel. I am always astonished, and unnerved at times, by what is true. I have devoured each book in order in the Sigma Force Series and have become quite attached to the characters, as they've developed and grown in my minds eye.

But wait, that's not all, not even close: Combine them with Mongolian clan-leaders, Chinese triads and the gang wars, a destructive trip to North Korea and what you have is a ridiculously complicated but equally breathtakingly thrilling piece of Action-Adventure.

I cannot but once again commend Rollins in his talent to create not only a massively complex storyline, but to seamlessly tie each and every thread to turn that into a plausible and realistic story. The usual suspects are all there, except Painter Crowe, Kat who were in the background and Lisa who is completely out of the picture this time. The most interesting point of a new Sigma Force novel, to me, is always the latest topic of cutting-edge science, which is at a glance feels like science-fiction, but in its heart will always have far more "Science" than "Fiction".

Not only the topic itself is superbly cool and interesting, but Rollins actually tried to answered the mysteries of Life and Death using this Quantum Effect and what lays beyond the curtain of Death. And let me just say, whether it can be true or not, its one of the more fantastically optimistic views to the realm of death I've ever heard, and makes me believe that may be death is not truly the end, but the beginning of a much larger adventure!

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Every James Rollins Adventure is distinctive for its exotic locations, and this one is no different. I thought after all this time and travels, surely he'd come up short in incredibly stunning locations?

Not by a long mile, it seems. For much of the last Sigma Force novels, The Guild was their archenemy and always made things difficult for them with their chaos, machiavellian plans of world domination and superbly evil deadly agents. As it turns out, not so much. Just your average Gang-lords and Clan-leaders, and for some reason, although they have absolutely no connection with the main plot, North Koreans and let me just say, they are one of the LAMEST villains I've ever read!

In my opinion, even if Rollins would went with the intelligence services of the relevant countries such as China or Mongolia as the villains, it would be much more interesting. Rollins should've done better to fill the very big shoes of Guild. Its time to again discuss about the ending, and I think I expressed clearly enough how heartbreaking that was.

But off course it was also achingly emotional and deep, with just the right amount of humanity and spirituality in it to feel the novel much more than just your run-off-the-mill action adventure. About yourselves, about life, about your place in this impossibly vast universe, and most importantly, what its meant to be alive.

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And with that amazingly beautiful very last chapter of the book, it makes you believe that maybe death is not the end, maybe the journey continues in some form, somewhere. As Vigor said, "There are thousand paths into the future, forks after forks in the road ahead. Who knows, if one road closes, maybe another opens in another universe Thank you, Mr.

View all 16 comments. James Rollins is one of my favorite authors. When it comes to adventure books he is truly a marvelous writer and he writes books that you hardly can put down until you have finished it. This book is not an exception. All of my favorite characters are back; Crowe, Pierce, Monk, Kowalski, and of course, my absolute favorite Seichan.

The world is in danger and they have to save it and doing it they cross the world looking for Genghis Khan's tomb. The pace is fast and the story intriguing, and the e James Rollins is one of my favorite authors. The pace is fast and the story intriguing, and the ending, well you have to read it yourself Jun 26, Joseph Perkins Jr. Having read all the previous Sigma Force novels as well as all the other Rollins individual adventures I have been highly anticipating this novel.

It is by far the best! Rollins once again takes you on a non-stop full throttle adventure across the globe in a race against time to save the world. Using excellent locations, multiple plot lines, and history, science, technology, and adventure to create a story that is top notch. Having read the previous Sigma novels I have become very attached with the characters that make up the series. Rollins does a wonderful job of continuing to develop these characters and relationships.

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There are also several plot twist that left me gasping aloud, and stunned by there outcomes. I was on the edge of my seat this entire novel, and commend Mr. Rollins for taking this novel to the next level! I am very excited as well to also have the opportunity to finally meet Mr. Rollins as he will be in Indianapolis on The Eye of God book tour! It will be an honor to meet someone who has increased my thirst for reading and made it a thrill at every page turn! Looking forward as always to the next Sigma adventure.

Jun 28, Maggie Gordon rated it liked it Shelves: See expanded review at: Unfortunately, this was not one of the stronger books of the series. While I would give it a solid three stars as I quite enjoyed reading it, the novel suffers from some plot and character issues that made it a little less entertaining than previous See expanded review at: While I would give it a solid three stars as I quite enjoyed reading it, the novel suffers from some plot and character issues that made it a little less entertaining than previous Sigma Force editions.

However, I definitely recommend it to fans of the series and of science thrillers. It is a fun, summer read, and who can say no to more Sigma Force? Synopsis The rest of the review contains spoilers! The book begins with the explosion of a satellite being used to study a comet pulsating with dark energy. As the satellite plummets towards Earth, it transmits an image of the eastern seaboard of the United States in flames back to the scientists working on the project.

Painter Crowe is in the audience, and is ordered to retrieve the remnants of the satellite from Mongolia so that the technology will not fall into enemy hands, and to see if it reveals any further information about this terrifying photo. Painter sends Monk and two new characters, Dr. Jada Shaw and Duncan Wren, on this mission. Shaw is an astrophysicist who fulfils the confused, scared, but plucky civilian role.

Duncan Wren is a new Sigma agent who has magnets embedded in his fingertips that allow him to feel electromagnetic fields a trait that proves to be extremely useful later in the book when it is discovered that matter influenced by dark energy gives off unique electromagnetic pulses.

It will be interesting to see if these characters return in future Sigma novels, or if they are tied too heavily into the plot needs of this book and if they come back while Tracker and Kane are AWOL, I will be so sad!

However, before this Sigma team takes off to retrieve the satellite, Vigor and Rachel from the Vatican contact the secret organisation to announce that they have information concerning an ancient relic that foretells the destruction of the planet in the next four days.

Once they have discover another relic leading them towards the tomb of this great conqueror, they are betrayed by the Clan of the Blue Wolf, a group of nationalistic Mongolian men who will stop at nothing in their attempt to gain power and glory for their country and themselves. In the meantime, Gray and Seichan are in Macau trying to track down her mother after the revelations about her family in Bloodline. However, they are betrayed by their source, and Seichan is captured by one of the major mob bosses of the area.

In the final part of the book, both teams arrive in Mongolia in an attempt to find the missing relic that is the key to saving the world. Monk, Shaw, and Wren track down the pieces of the broken satellite at the bottom of a lake in the mountains, and retrieve one of the internal components that has become infused with dark energy.

However, before she escaped, the North Koreans planted a tracking device on Seichan, and they surprise both teams in the remote village where the final tomb is located. The Sigma agents and their allies struggle to survive this encounter, and to get the satellite piece to the tomb in order to neutralise the dark energy that is drawing a deadly asteroid to Earth in the exciting climax of this book. Seichan — Seichan has featured heavily as a character in the past several Sigma Force novels.

She is a fearsome, sexy, cold, and calculating Eurasian lady who is also incredibly boring. Seichan has become the definition of the trope of the assassin with a heart of gold who must learn to overcome her difficult life in order to love and cherish other human beings again.

Rollins has done little to differentiate her from the many other characters like this that have popped up in thrillers before. While Bloodline was supposed to inject fresh ideas in her plotlines, the search for her mother and subsequent escape from North Korea did little to expand upon her character. By the end of the book, she does decide to take a leap of faith and begin a relationship with Gray, but her reunion with her mother is largely emotionless, and her attempts at dealing with this fact are fairly weak as well.

North Korea — At the start of the novel, the powers that be stress that the crashed satellite must be picked up as soon as possible because of the danger of China or Russia finding and exploiting this new and top secret military technology.

However, despite this danger, the two countries are really not mentioned again. While in Macau searching for her mother, Seichan is captured by a mob boss and sold to North Korea. Once there, she escapes with the help of Gray, and North Korea pursues her all the way to Mongolia where they create quite a lot of conflict and devastation at the climax of the book.

The appearance of this enemy in Mongolia is jarring, and feels like an unnecessary attempt to make the end of the book more exciting. Utilising Russia or China as the central villain would have made more sense as they probably would have reason to want both Seichan since she seems to have made an enemy of a good number of states and the military technology.

In this book, readers discover that Vigor, a reoccurring character throughout the series, has terminal cancer. By the end of the book, both he and Rachel have died Vigor because he sacrifices himself to save the world, and Rachel because she was murdered by the North Koreans.

However, the Sigma Force novels are no strangers to the death of characters, even major ones even if some of them do come back. In fact, a character had died only a few chapters before. This book would have been stronger had it focused more on relationships and personal connections as it hinted at with Seichan and her mother, as well as with Rachel and her uncle. The author's note at the end of the book almost made me rate this a star higher.

However, I suffered far too much boredom before I got to that point for that to happen. It's ashame really. I absolutely loved "Amazonia" by the same Author and in that book I bought every high-flying idea presented. Perhaps it's the fact that I haven't read any other "Sigma Force" novel. I didn't know the characters from previous encounters and that was a huge handicap.

I didn't care much about either the good guys The author's note at the end of the book almost made me rate this a star higher.

I didn't care much about either the good guys or the villains. In this book there is a comet heading toward Earth. The satellite gets lost and crashes into Mongolia. It must be retrieved before any other nation can get its hands on it. That was the interesting part. At the same time in Hong Kong, Seichan is looking for her long-lost mother. Things do not exactly og to plan and she gets kidnapped by North Koreans and must be saved.

Yadda yadda yadda. Possibly interesting if you know her from before. To me it was all extravagantly unbelievable and uninteresting. Then there was a rather interesting plot of a lost priest and some relics he had found, pointing toward Genghis Khan's lost tomb and some further relic which might save the world from the repercussions of the comet. Not that the comet itself is set to hit Earth, but it's creating chinks in Space time for asteroids to fall into and hit the earth.

Or something like that. My attention kept wandering. So yes, in a sentence: A familiar theme to say the least. Rather inventingly presented and certainly well-researched, but it did not manage to hold my interest. View 1 comment. Aug 22, Michel B. Oh my Lord. I bought this book solely because it had a rating of 4. I'd never heard of the author or the series.

Are you friggin' kidding me? I made it to page And I'm stopping there. Here's why: Take all their powers, abilities, charm and "try" to roll them up into one character.

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Then make them super gorgeous, super smart, give them 30 years of life experience but claim they're 23 years old. Then have every single possible thing happen to all of them all at once.

I 'get' that the author wants to keep the action going at a frenetic pace, but this is so ridiculous it isn't even enjoyable. Doesn't there have to be a shred of believability for it to be enjoyable?!

Is it because the dude is a Goodread's author that this book has such a high rating??? Over the course of the last 20 years, I can count on one hand the number of books that I started reading but failed to finish.

This one of them. View all 6 comments. Jul 09, Tucker Elliot rated it really liked it. A couple of minor criticisms: So he gives us a North Korean who is up to no good, who gets in the way and tries to kill our heroes To me it was silly. The end of the world due to science was already compelling, the North Korean bad guy weakened the story for me. The second criticism, well I get it, this is fiction.

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But when the good guys can launch an invasion of Pyongyang and get out in time to travel to Mongolia and they've barely used any of the precious four days they've been given to save the world It's a fast, fun read, and interspersed with the action there's a number of thought-provoking quotes and some great words of wisdom as well. View all 3 comments. Jul 29, Jon Kurtz rated it it was amazing. James Rollins successfully combines, science, religion, history, and mythology once more.

He is the master of the sci-fi archeological thriller. AKA - the titillating technical tomb tome The Sigma Force is tasked with saving the world from the destructive effects of dark energy emitted from a passing comet. The key to their mission is linked to the wanderings of St. Thomas and the conquests of Genghis Khan. As with past Sigma novels, Rollins incorporates far-flung and less common locations int James Rollins successfully combines, science, religion, history, and mythology once more.

As with past Sigma novels, Rollins incorporates far-flung and less common locations into his plot. Additionally, he allowed this tale to develop along two story lines that eventually come together in the exciting climax. Without being accused of spoiling the story, I will say that Rollins handles the death of some main not major characters with aplomb. The story gripped me from the beginning and kept me from my allotted eight hours of sleep for a few nights.

On a more detailed scale, I provide this novel with a 4. Jun 25, Rick Soper rated it really liked it. I have to admit up front that I've been a fan of James Rollins ever since I read Amazonia many years ago.

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I have a group of authors that I look forward to picking up their most recent books, even though they are extremely overpriced compared to the indie authors available on Amazon, and James Rollins is one of those. This isn't his best book, but that being said, it's still better than so many authors I've read in recent years. My sign as to how good a book is, is how fast I'm reading it, a good I have to admit up front that I've been a fan of James Rollins ever since I read Amazonia many years ago.

My sign as to how good a book is, is how fast I'm reading it, a good book, like this one is ripped through at a fever pace, a bad book… well that just seems to take forever, I mostly still trudge through it, but I'm not happy about it.

I've never read a Rollins book that's been bad, and I think that is mostly due to his incredible sense of pacing. Rollins keeps his chapters short and he hits you hooks right at the end of them that make you keep flipping the pages so you can find out what happens.

I go out of my way not to give away too many details of any book because I like to leave the surprises for the reader to enjoy as they discover them. So I won't go into too many details as I say that the only real problem that I had with this books was the fact that too many details and facts were thrown in and in places it bogged down the story a little bit.

But only a little bit. Rollins was still able to maintain a constant sense of danger as he guided the reader through some very impossible and wild situations. This book is part of the Sigma series, so many of the characters are very familiar to anyone who's read the rest of the books in the series, but Rollins still finds new ways of throwing in a few surprises. So I would highly suggest this book to other. I have had the great good fortune to have hosted James Rollins twice at our library.

I had long been a fan the first time and was a bit nervous to meet him. He was surprisingly funny considering that his novels are fast-paced scientifically serious thrillers.

That first time here he mostly talked about his large family and how he became a storyteller. The second time he visited he talked more openly about his research and writing process. Both visits were delightful and made him even more fans h I have had the great good fortune to have hosted James Rollins twice at our library. Both visits were delightful and made him even more fans here. His latest, The Eye of God, again finds his Sigma Force desperately looking for clues to save the world.

In the wilds of Mongolia, a research satellite has crashed, triggering an explosive search for its valuable cargo: At the Vatican, a package arrives containing two strange artifacts: DNA evidence reveals that both came from the same body: Commander Gray Pierce and Sigma Force set out to discover a truth tied to the fall of the Roman Empire, to a mystery going back to the birth of Christianity, and to a weapon hidden for centuries that holds the fate of humanity.

Rollins does this better than anyone around—the blending of history, science and our world today. I look forward to many more novels from him.

Jun 27, Marialyce rated it really liked it Shelves: Of course this is James Rollins and of course it is a great story blending the science, history, and Rollins' way of interweaving it all. Our favorite characters of the Sigma Force are back this time batting the end of the world what else of course! This time out our earth is being threatened by dark energy, held within a comet and outer space which is a real phenomenon and is part of quantum physics.

Rollins blends the history of Attila, St Thomas, and Genghis Khan to bring out quite a sto Of course this is James Rollins and of course it is a great story blending the science, history, and Rollins' way of interweaving it all. Rollins blends the history of Attila, St Thomas, and Genghis Khan to bring out quite a story of how they were quite possibly influenced by dark energy.

To tell more would ruin the "fun" of the story. As always, the story moves quite quickly and the resolution to the earth's dilemma is solved in just the nick of time.

I love Rollins' stories for they always bring that believable into their arena. I particularly love how he explains what is real at the conclusion of the book. As always, I will await another installment of these books. They are always such fun to read even if they often mean the end of life as we know it. But then of course we do have the Sigma Force to save us! May 13, Ray Palen rated it really liked it. James Rollins has made a niche for himself in the currently overcrowded historical fiction field.

He not only excels at creating eerily plausible premises based in some form of ancient history infused with a good amount of scientific research but also combines it with the brutal action of a Special Forces novel. As he comes across interesting news or scientific articles he cuts them James Rollins has made a niche for himself in the currently overcrowded historical fiction field. As he comes across interesting news or scientific articles he cuts them out and puts them into the box.

Then, when he is in need for a new idea to base his next novel on, he shakes up the box and reaches in. It may not actually be that simple but James Rollins makes it look that way!