The Demon Crown

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By dylan on 12-07-17

the best so far

another amazing masterpiece by Rollins yet again he has outdone himself. my only complaint is how short it was. all of his stories end much too soon.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

By Matthew on 12-22-17

Yet another Sigma Force drama

Rollins does great research, and Baskous always turns his words into real action. That said, the trials and tribulations of our friends in Sigma Force are starting to get repetitive, derivative and predictable. If not for the craft of Baskous, I would likely have turned off this series by now.
Recommended for fans of the series only.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

By Natalie Ball on 12-09-17

Another Sigma special

I very much enjoy the Sigma Force novels and this one is no different. Rollins has perfected the art of blending historical facts, scientific facts, and a covert paramilitary organization in a way that keeps the pages turning. Parts of the book had me running to Google to fact check the information. While I'm fine with believing the entire thing, sometimes, the best lie has quite a bit of truth. Well done and well read. I look forward to the next.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

By Sandra on 12-08-17

Rollins does it again!

Well, Rollins has cost me another night of no sleep - but once I started listening to The Demon Crown there was very little chance I was going to take a break from it. To be honest, it's been a few books in the Sigma series since I've been "wowed" but this book did that for me. There is just not a place in the story where you can stop and take a breath - it just pulls you along and you just have to know what comes next. The research and detail is so well woven into the story it's not like "ok, we need to stop now for an info dump" - the story just keeps barreling on. Also, I think Christian does an incredible job with the audio - when he gets wound up during a high tension scene you can just feel it - something incredible is going to happen. One thing - I'm glad I listened to this when all the bugs outside aren't around (too dang cold) because I don't think I could have taken seeing a wasp - or even a mosquito. The only bad thing I can say is that I have to wait another year for the next Sigma book. Might have to go back and listen to some of my old favorites to give me my Rollins' Fix.

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By Walter W. Chu on 12-29-17

Interesting as Always

The plot is always as interesting as any of James Rollins’s other books. My only contention with this story was not in the plot or the characters but in the narrator. He did a good job, it just grates on me when I hear people mispronounce Hawaiian words. It is a pretty common thing so I try to let it slide. Just being a Kanaka Maoli myself it bother my ear to hear stuff pronounced wrong. That said, I found the info about the wasps interesting.

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2 of 3 people found this review helpful

By Amazon Customer on 01-21-18

disappointing with narrator

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

yes as I love Sigma Force books

Who was your favorite character and why?

All of them

How did the narrator detract from the book?

monotone voice did not do very good accents

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