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by Peter Jay Fernandez,James Rollins


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The Last Oracle: A Sigma Force Novel. From ancient Greek temples to glittering mausoleums, from the slums of India to the toxic ruins of Russia, two men must race against time to solve a mystery that dates back to the first famous oracle of history – the Greek Oracle of Delphi.

In The Last Oracle, scientists around the globe are working to engineer the next Buddha, Jesus or Mohammed. Autism and Its Relationship in The Last Oracle. Can a great prophet, a person whose touch and thought changes the world, be created by man? A. I believe we are not far off from this possibility (if we're not already there). Chernobyl and its role in The Last Oracle. The Last Oracle Cover Story. Written by James Rollins

The Last Oracle: A Sigma Force Novel. Written by James Rollins. Narrated by Peter Jay Fernandez. a homeless man dies in Commander Gray Pierce's arms, shot by an assassin's bullet. But the death leaves behind a greater mystery: a bloody coin found clutched in the dead man's hand, an ancient relic that traces back to the Greek Oracle of Delphi.

The Last Oracle book. The concept of enhanced autistic children is very far fetched, though Rollins makes it work by humanizing the kids, allowing them to feel terror, love and even playfulness instead of being mini super people.

Part of Sigma Force series by James Rollins. The island of Pusat was where his friend and partner, Monk Kokkalis, had last been seen, spotted as he was dragged under the sea by a weighted net, tangled and caught. Captain Trypol had agreed to look for Monk’s body

Part of Sigma Force series by James Rollins. Captain Trypol had agreed to look for Monk’s body. The captain was a good friend and former colleague of Monk’s widow, Kat Bryant.

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Written by James Rollins, Audiobook narrated by Peter Jay Fernandez. A Sigma Force Novel, Book 5. By: James Rollins. Narrated by: Peter Jay Fernandez. Series: Sigma Force, Book 5. Length: 14 hrs and 29 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Suspense.

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In Washington, D.C., a homeless man takes an assassin's bullet and dies in Commander Gray Pierce's arms. A bloody coin clutched in the dead man's hand--an ancient relic that can be traced back to the Greek Oracle of Delphi--is the key to a conspiracy that dates back to the Cold War and threatens the very foundation of humanity. For what if it were possible to bioengineer the next great prophet--a new Buddha, Muhammad, or even Jesus? Would this Second Coming be a boon . . . or would it initiate a chain reaction that would result in the extinction of humankind? Vital seconds are ticking rapidly away as Pierce races across the globe in search of answers, one step ahead of ruthless killers determined to reclaim the priceless artifact. Suddenly the future of all things is balanced on the brink between heaven and hell--and salvation or destruction rests in the hands of remarkable children.

The Last Oracle (Sigma Force) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0061727603

ISBN: 0061727601

Author: Peter Jay Fernandez,James Rollins

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Action & Adventure

Language: English

Publisher: HarperAudio; Unabridged edition (May 26, 2009)

ePUB size: 1276 kb

FB2 size: 1485 kb

Rating: 4.2

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Buridora
James Rollins is my FAVORITE author!!! I love his books, and just when I've declared my love for the last book read, I read a new one and fall hard again! This story is part of the Sigma Force series and it just grabs you and holds you until the end. So be forewarned ~ get your stuff done before reading this book, because once you begin, you won't care about anything else until you've finished. It's hard to tear away from book! I won't spoil anything in this review, but let me just say that one of the things I love about Mr. Rollins books is that afterwards he separates fact from fiction and it's VERY hard not to read it first, but I remain good and read story first! Let's just say that after reading story and then the "Fact from Fiction" part ~ I was gobsmacked! So much so in fact that I made this an extra credit book for my homeschooling kid to read too! Great work Mr. Rollins!
Buridora
James Rollins is my FAVORITE author!!! I love his books, and just when I've declared my love for the last book read, I read a new one and fall hard again! This story is part of the Sigma Force series and it just grabs you and holds you until the end. So be forewarned ~ get your stuff done before reading this book, because once you begin, you won't care about anything else until you've finished. It's hard to tear away from book! I won't spoil anything in this review, but let me just say that one of the things I love about Mr. Rollins books is that afterwards he separates fact from fiction and it's VERY hard not to read it first, but I remain good and read story first! Let's just say that after reading story and then the "Fact from Fiction" part ~ I was gobsmacked! So much so in fact that I made this an extra credit book for my homeschooling kid to read too! Great work Mr. Rollins!
Whatever
Sigma Force novels are formulaic, but the formula works: ancient history, new mystery, deadly enemy. James Rollins is a great storyteller and I love his books. You can easily get attached to the characters. In this book, I found myself crying near the end (yeah, I know, silly huh!) but the characters - autistic children - touched my heart. In this book, the children have been augmented to allow the enemy to tap into their greatest talent. The story has you sitting on the edge of your seat and you find yourself rooting for the children, who to me are the heroes in this book. Yeah, Sigma Force was there, but the kids - awesome! One of the better in the Sigma Force series.
Whatever
Sigma Force novels are formulaic, but the formula works: ancient history, new mystery, deadly enemy. James Rollins is a great storyteller and I love his books. You can easily get attached to the characters. In this book, I found myself crying near the end (yeah, I know, silly huh!) but the characters - autistic children - touched my heart. In this book, the children have been augmented to allow the enemy to tap into their greatest talent. The story has you sitting on the edge of your seat and you find yourself rooting for the children, who to me are the heroes in this book. Yeah, Sigma Force was there, but the kids - awesome! One of the better in the Sigma Force series.
TheSuspect
Well Dave, if you loved this book so much, why did it take over two years to finish reading it? In two words: Kindle Keyboard. I was at the 100 page mark (still had the bookmark in place) in this 533 page thriller back in 2010, when I bought my Kindle Keyboard. After I got hooked on my Kindle I had a hard time returning to paperbacks/hardbacks. At first most of Rollins books were higher priced, and since I already had the book, I just could not see double dipping. But then I read a post where someone just finished reading Ice Hunt and they loved it. Well, I read Ice Hunt years ago and I clicked on the link and saw it was only $3.99 and that led me to The Last Oracle, which was only $3.99 as well. That did it! I jumped at the chance to get back into the world of SIGMA force. Over the top action? Yes there was! And I loved it! I certainly plan to pick up the next adventure in Kindle format real soon (The Doomsday Key: A Sigma Force Novel). At $3.99 I just cannot pass them by or wait any longer. It feels good to be home again with SIGMA Force. Now, if only the Brad Thor e-books would go to $3.99.
TheSuspect
Well Dave, if you loved this book so much, why did it take over two years to finish reading it? In two words: Kindle Keyboard. I was at the 100 page mark (still had the bookmark in place) in this 533 page thriller back in 2010, when I bought my Kindle Keyboard. After I got hooked on my Kindle I had a hard time returning to paperbacks/hardbacks. At first most of Rollins books were higher priced, and since I already had the book, I just could not see double dipping. But then I read a post where someone just finished reading Ice Hunt and they loved it. Well, I read Ice Hunt years ago and I clicked on the link and saw it was only $3.99 and that led me to The Last Oracle, which was only $3.99 as well. That did it! I jumped at the chance to get back into the world of SIGMA force. Over the top action? Yes there was! And I loved it! I certainly plan to pick up the next adventure in Kindle format real soon (The Doomsday Key: A Sigma Force Novel). At $3.99 I just cannot pass them by or wait any longer. It feels good to be home again with SIGMA Force. Now, if only the Brad Thor e-books would go to $3.99.
Angana
I'm addicted to this series, as the writing is so solid. Yes, it does get a bit formulaic in the sense that you know that in any given situation something will happen that will ALWAYS present bigger issues (yet who can resist this?). What saves this from being too much to take in is that the quality research into real-life scenarios makes all the fiction entirely believable. Rollins has a lifetime fan in me.
Angana
I'm addicted to this series, as the writing is so solid. Yes, it does get a bit formulaic in the sense that you know that in any given situation something will happen that will ALWAYS present bigger issues (yet who can resist this?). What saves this from being too much to take in is that the quality research into real-life scenarios makes all the fiction entirely believable. Rollins has a lifetime fan in me.
Darksinger
When Commander Gray Pierce makes eye contact with a vagrant, he winds up with a dying man in his arms. Dr. Polk was shot by a sniper, but would have died of radiation poisoning within days. He left behind a mysterious ancient Greek coin and a bewildered daughter. Since he died right outside top-secret government agency Sigma, they send a team, headed by Commander Pierce, to retrace his last steps, leading to danger in India and the remote mountains of Russia. Meanwhile, things at Sigma Headquarters in Washington get exciting when Director Painter Crowe winds up with custody of a little girl with amazing drawing abilities and a strange steel implant in her skull. A third adventure befalls another member of Sigma being held deep in the Ural Mountains of Russia when he escapes with three special savant children and goes on the run through the forest near a radioactive lake. It seems the Russians have been conducting secret experiments on a special group of autistic savants with roots in Gypsy culture, and now one man is poised to make use of the technology toward his own ends...after killing millions and instilling world-wide panic, of course.

I've been there for all of Sigma's adventures, and this is the best one yet. Other Sigma novels have contained a bit too much chasing around, but this time it all worked smoothly. I'm not sure if the third storyline was the magic ingredient or if Rollins finally got it just right, but this time out the action was balanced well with the plot, making for a page-turning read. Though I've always been a bit ambivalent about the Sigma novels, my interest in them has been renewed.
Darksinger
When Commander Gray Pierce makes eye contact with a vagrant, he winds up with a dying man in his arms. Dr. Polk was shot by a sniper, but would have died of radiation poisoning within days. He left behind a mysterious ancient Greek coin and a bewildered daughter. Since he died right outside top-secret government agency Sigma, they send a team, headed by Commander Pierce, to retrace his last steps, leading to danger in India and the remote mountains of Russia. Meanwhile, things at Sigma Headquarters in Washington get exciting when Director Painter Crowe winds up with custody of a little girl with amazing drawing abilities and a strange steel implant in her skull. A third adventure befalls another member of Sigma being held deep in the Ural Mountains of Russia when he escapes with three special savant children and goes on the run through the forest near a radioactive lake. It seems the Russians have been conducting secret experiments on a special group of autistic savants with roots in Gypsy culture, and now one man is poised to make use of the technology toward his own ends...after killing millions and instilling world-wide panic, of course.

I've been there for all of Sigma's adventures, and this is the best one yet. Other Sigma novels have contained a bit too much chasing around, but this time it all worked smoothly. I'm not sure if the third storyline was the magic ingredient or if Rollins finally got it just right, but this time out the action was balanced well with the plot, making for a page-turning read. Though I've always been a bit ambivalent about the Sigma novels, my interest in them has been renewed.
Silverbrew
Five stars say what I'm just not qualified to say. I think this has been my favorite of Sigma books, but that's how I feel every time. I enjoyed this book so much. I've come to know and love the characters and looking forward to the next "sigma force" is just down right exhilarating. If you love history mixed with mystery, human heroes with heart and the capacity to give all, and if you've never read James Rollins maybe now is the time to pick one up. He's never disappointed.
The Jewish children of WWII Naxi Germany grabbed me and haven't let go. I find myself still thinking of them and wondering just how much we don't know about that time in history.
Silverbrew
Five stars say what I'm just not qualified to say. I think this has been my favorite of Sigma books, but that's how I feel every time. I enjoyed this book so much. I've come to know and love the characters and looking forward to the next "sigma force" is just down right exhilarating. If you love history mixed with mystery, human heroes with heart and the capacity to give all, and if you've never read James Rollins maybe now is the time to pick one up. He's never disappointed.
The Jewish children of WWII Naxi Germany grabbed me and haven't let go. I find myself still thinking of them and wondering just how much we don't know about that time in history.