The New York Times says that his "roguish charm comes from his efforts
to persuade readers the story is credible [through] real-life sources
for his novel's science, history and geography." Rollins' rare blend of
action, suspense, and knowledge was also mentioned by the Huffington
Post, which stated that "After Crichton passed away in 2008 he clearly
passed the baton to James Rollins, who like Crichton, is a renaissance
NPR calls his work "adventurous and enormously engrossing..." and the
New York Journal of Books had this to say: "If you're a fan of smart,
entertaining adventure fiction, this is your summer beach read writ
large...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."
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