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US Daily Review: The Devil Colony by James Rollins

Book Review: The Devil Colony
by Candace E. Salima, Contributor of US Daily Review

4 September 2011

The Devil Colony by James Rollins, released June 21, 2011, is the latest in his Sigma Force series, and is a page-turner you will not want to put down. Rollins combined nanotechnology, the Yellowstone caldera, ancient and early American history, Native American legend, Jewish history, and gave us a story that takes us on an unbelievable ride through history. He skillfully wove these elements together and then added in Sigma Force and their nemesis, The Guild, and threw the reader right into the middle of the story.

The book opens high in the Uintah mountains of Utah where a long-protected secret is about to be revealed, much to their peril, by two teenagers determined to explore forbidden caves, where they make a remarkable find. And the story doesn’t slow down through 496 pages. I read it in one night and immediately started it over when I finished it.



Copyright 2011. All rights reserved by Candace E. Salima.
US Daily Review: The Devil Colony by James Rollins US Daily Review: The Devil Colony by James Rollins Reviewed by Candace Salima on Sunday, September 04, 2011 Rating: 5