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Fragment - Warren Fahy

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Genre: Fiction / Author: Warren Fahy / Paperback / 496 Pages / Book is published 2009-07-23 by Harper

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      21.08.2009 13:52
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      Scientist get stuck on a uninhabitable island

      Fragment - Warren Fahy The tag line 'Jurassic Park meets Lost in this electrifying new adventure thriller.' A reality TV show called 'SeaLife' land on a unexplored island hoping to find new species of plants. Little do they know they'll find much much more. What they find are species which have evolved separately from the rest of the world making them a danger to makind. A team of scientist sent in by the US president to research these species. Who will make it off the island alive. A decision is made to destroy the island to protect the rest of the world...this decision is made before an important discovery which will divide the world. What will happen? Its up to you to find out. This is Warren's debut book and I was pleasantly surprised. Not being a fan of Jurassic Park or Lost I didn't know what to expect. But I enjoyed it, yes there are some parts that a person like me didn't understand what with all the scientific knowledge but I got by. I really liked the characters in the book, they weren't written really well, you had your evil and good and they worked well together. I especially liked Cynthea and her wild ideas. This is a kind of book I like because it makes you think about what's really out there, it tends to send me on wild goose chases on the internet to research these theories more.

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