The Demon Crown (Sigma Force #13)

The Demon Crown (Sigma Force #13)

To save mankind?s future, the members of Sigma Force must make a devil?s bargain as they join forces with their most hated enemy to stop an ancient threat in this gripping adventure from #1 New York Times bestselling author James Rollins. THE DEMON CROWN Off the coast of Brazil, a team of scientists discovers a horror like no other, an island where all life has been eradicat To save mankind?s future, the members of Sigma Force must make a devil?s bargain as they join forces with...

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Title:The Demon Crown (Sigma Force #13)
Author:James Rollins
Rating:
Genres:Thriller
ISBN:0062381733
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:441 pages pages

The Demon Crown (Sigma Force #13) Reviews

  • Marialyce
    Jan 15, 2018

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Oct 17, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

  • Skip
    Nov 18, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

  • Steve
    Nov 28, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

    I just finished THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, and as usual he had me up way past my bedtime reading. In this installment of the Sigma Force series, Rollins raises the stakes not just for the survival of mankind but for the Sigma Force team, especially for Gray and Seichan. I en...

    The rating system here on GoodReads is pretty specific, so a 3-star is I liked it--and I did. Maybe even with an emphasis, so 3.5 stars instead of 3. This was a daunting story, making you shudder at mosquitos and other winged insects that might alight on your arm while reading. My husb...

    The Demon Crown by James Rollins is a very highly recommended terrifying, horrifying thrill ride of action and adventure! This is a smart, excellent new addition to the Sigma Force series. Professor Ken Matsui, an entomologist who specializes in venomous creatures, is the lone survi...

    THE DEMON CROWN Off the coast of Brazil, a team of scientists discovers a horror like no other, an island where all life has been eradicated, consumed and possessed by a species beyond imagination. Before they can report their discovery, a mysterious agency attacks the group, killin...

    Now, this is the James Rollins I love reading. A superbly paced thriller which plays on almost everybody's fear of insects and swarms. The Demon Crown plays out - as usual - with two Sigma teams, but unlike the previous book, this story was cohesive (my opinion - maybe I missed somethi...

    In the Demon Crown, he world's worst nightmare begins. Hawaii is attacked by the release of an ancient modified wasp. The stings inject eggs into the victim that eats them from the inside out. That isn't the worst part.....was is...the fact that the creator has no cure. Gray and Sei...

    To be honest I have missed the last several Sigma Force novels - boy howdy does this remind me of what I've been missing! Mr. Rollins is an excellent story teller but the part that really makes his books a winner with me is how he attempts to keep things as real as possible - to the po...

    This started off great guns, with Alexander Graham Bell graverobbing in Italy, where a mysterious object (the demon crown) rests inside the coffin of the benefactor of the Smithsonian. Sad to say, as soon as the action jumps to present-day Hawaii, the story changes gears into automatic...

    4.25 Stars ...

    I'm a big fan of this series. That said, this was one of the best books in years. That's saying something since that have all been great. It's a must-read addition to the series. ...

  • Jerri Brissette
    Nov 22, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

  • Ronie
    Oct 26, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

    I just finished THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, and as usual he had me up way past my bedtime reading. In this installment of the Sigma Force series, Rollins raises the stakes not just for the survival of mankind but for the Sigma Force team, especially for Gray and Seichan. I en...

    The rating system here on GoodReads is pretty specific, so a 3-star is I liked it--and I did. Maybe even with an emphasis, so 3.5 stars instead of 3. This was a daunting story, making you shudder at mosquitos and other winged insects that might alight on your arm while reading. My husb...

  • Tobey
    Jan 05, 2018

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

  • Paula Howard
    Jan 15, 2018

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

    I just finished THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, and as usual he had me up way past my bedtime reading. In this installment of the Sigma Force series, Rollins raises the stakes not just for the survival of mankind but for the Sigma Force team, especially for Gray and Seichan. I en...

    The rating system here on GoodReads is pretty specific, so a 3-star is I liked it--and I did. Maybe even with an emphasis, so 3.5 stars instead of 3. This was a daunting story, making you shudder at mosquitos and other winged insects that might alight on your arm while reading. My husb...

    The Demon Crown by James Rollins is a very highly recommended terrifying, horrifying thrill ride of action and adventure! This is a smart, excellent new addition to the Sigma Force series. Professor Ken Matsui, an entomologist who specializes in venomous creatures, is the lone survi...

    THE DEMON CROWN Off the coast of Brazil, a team of scientists discovers a horror like no other, an island where all life has been eradicated, consumed and possessed by a species beyond imagination. Before they can report their discovery, a mysterious agency attacks the group, killin...

    Now, this is the James Rollins I love reading. A superbly paced thriller which plays on almost everybody's fear of insects and swarms. The Demon Crown plays out - as usual - with two Sigma teams, but unlike the previous book, this story was cohesive (my opinion - maybe I missed somethi...

    In the Demon Crown, he world's worst nightmare begins. Hawaii is attacked by the release of an ancient modified wasp. The stings inject eggs into the victim that eats them from the inside out. That isn't the worst part.....was is...the fact that the creator has no cure. Gray and Sei...

  • Lori L (She Treads Softly)
    Nov 29, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

    I just finished THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, and as usual he had me up way past my bedtime reading. In this installment of the Sigma Force series, Rollins raises the stakes not just for the survival of mankind but for the Sigma Force team, especially for Gray and Seichan. I en...

    The rating system here on GoodReads is pretty specific, so a 3-star is I liked it--and I did. Maybe even with an emphasis, so 3.5 stars instead of 3. This was a daunting story, making you shudder at mosquitos and other winged insects that might alight on your arm while reading. My husb...

    The Demon Crown by James Rollins is a very highly recommended terrifying, horrifying thrill ride of action and adventure! This is a smart, excellent new addition to the Sigma Force series. Professor Ken Matsui, an entomologist who specializes in venomous creatures, is the lone survi...

  • David V.
    Nov 16, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

  • Douglas
    Dec 12, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

    I just finished THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, and as usual he had me up way past my bedtime reading. In this installment of the Sigma Force series, Rollins raises the stakes not just for the survival of mankind but for the Sigma Force team, especially for Gray and Seichan. I en...

    The rating system here on GoodReads is pretty specific, so a 3-star is I liked it--and I did. Maybe even with an emphasis, so 3.5 stars instead of 3. This was a daunting story, making you shudder at mosquitos and other winged insects that might alight on your arm while reading. My husb...

    The Demon Crown by James Rollins is a very highly recommended terrifying, horrifying thrill ride of action and adventure! This is a smart, excellent new addition to the Sigma Force series. Professor Ken Matsui, an entomologist who specializes in venomous creatures, is the lone survi...

    THE DEMON CROWN Off the coast of Brazil, a team of scientists discovers a horror like no other, an island where all life has been eradicated, consumed and possessed by a species beyond imagination. Before they can report their discovery, a mysterious agency attacks the group, killin...

    Now, this is the James Rollins I love reading. A superbly paced thriller which plays on almost everybody's fear of insects and swarms. The Demon Crown plays out - as usual - with two Sigma teams, but unlike the previous book, this story was cohesive (my opinion - maybe I missed somethi...

  • Scott
    Jan 21, 2018

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

  • Kate
    Oct 21, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

  • Freda Malone
    Jul 15, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

  • Trina
    Jan 16, 2018

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

    I just finished THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, and as usual he had me up way past my bedtime reading. In this installment of the Sigma Force series, Rollins raises the stakes not just for the survival of mankind but for the Sigma Force team, especially for Gray and Seichan. I en...

    The rating system here on GoodReads is pretty specific, so a 3-star is I liked it--and I did. Maybe even with an emphasis, so 3.5 stars instead of 3. This was a daunting story, making you shudder at mosquitos and other winged insects that might alight on your arm while reading. My husb...

    The Demon Crown by James Rollins is a very highly recommended terrifying, horrifying thrill ride of action and adventure! This is a smart, excellent new addition to the Sigma Force series. Professor Ken Matsui, an entomologist who specializes in venomous creatures, is the lone survi...

    THE DEMON CROWN Off the coast of Brazil, a team of scientists discovers a horror like no other, an island where all life has been eradicated, consumed and possessed by a species beyond imagination. Before they can report their discovery, a mysterious agency attacks the group, killin...

    Now, this is the James Rollins I love reading. A superbly paced thriller which plays on almost everybody's fear of insects and swarms. The Demon Crown plays out - as usual - with two Sigma teams, but unlike the previous book, this story was cohesive (my opinion - maybe I missed somethi...

    In the Demon Crown, he world's worst nightmare begins. Hawaii is attacked by the release of an ancient modified wasp. The stings inject eggs into the victim that eats them from the inside out. That isn't the worst part.....was is...the fact that the creator has no cure. Gray and Sei...

    To be honest I have missed the last several Sigma Force novels - boy howdy does this remind me of what I've been missing! Mr. Rollins is an excellent story teller but the part that really makes his books a winner with me is how he attempts to keep things as real as possible - to the po...

    This started off great guns, with Alexander Graham Bell graverobbing in Italy, where a mysterious object (the demon crown) rests inside the coffin of the benefactor of the Smithsonian. Sad to say, as soon as the action jumps to present-day Hawaii, the story changes gears into automatic...

  • Ricky
    Jan 14, 2018

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

  • Jeff Short
    Nov 28, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

    I just finished THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, and as usual he had me up way past my bedtime reading. In this installment of the Sigma Force series, Rollins raises the stakes not just for the survival of mankind but for the Sigma Force team, especially for Gray and Seichan. I en...

    The rating system here on GoodReads is pretty specific, so a 3-star is I liked it--and I did. Maybe even with an emphasis, so 3.5 stars instead of 3. This was a daunting story, making you shudder at mosquitos and other winged insects that might alight on your arm while reading. My husb...

    The Demon Crown by James Rollins is a very highly recommended terrifying, horrifying thrill ride of action and adventure! This is a smart, excellent new addition to the Sigma Force series. Professor Ken Matsui, an entomologist who specializes in venomous creatures, is the lone survi...

    THE DEMON CROWN Off the coast of Brazil, a team of scientists discovers a horror like no other, an island where all life has been eradicated, consumed and possessed by a species beyond imagination. Before they can report their discovery, a mysterious agency attacks the group, killin...

    Now, this is the James Rollins I love reading. A superbly paced thriller which plays on almost everybody's fear of insects and swarms. The Demon Crown plays out - as usual - with two Sigma teams, but unlike the previous book, this story was cohesive (my opinion - maybe I missed somethi...

    In the Demon Crown, he world's worst nightmare begins. Hawaii is attacked by the release of an ancient modified wasp. The stings inject eggs into the victim that eats them from the inside out. That isn't the worst part.....was is...the fact that the creator has no cure. Gray and Sei...

    To be honest I have missed the last several Sigma Force novels - boy howdy does this remind me of what I've been missing! Mr. Rollins is an excellent story teller but the part that really makes his books a winner with me is how he attempts to keep things as real as possible - to the po...

  • Robin Carter
    Oct 13, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

  • Steven
    Nov 22, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

  • Hannah
    Nov 30, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

  • Elizabeth
    Nov 02, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

    I just finished THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, and as usual he had me up way past my bedtime reading. In this installment of the Sigma Force series, Rollins raises the stakes not just for the survival of mankind but for the Sigma Force team, especially for Gray and Seichan. I en...

    The rating system here on GoodReads is pretty specific, so a 3-star is I liked it--and I did. Maybe even with an emphasis, so 3.5 stars instead of 3. This was a daunting story, making you shudder at mosquitos and other winged insects that might alight on your arm while reading. My husb...

    The Demon Crown by James Rollins is a very highly recommended terrifying, horrifying thrill ride of action and adventure! This is a smart, excellent new addition to the Sigma Force series. Professor Ken Matsui, an entomologist who specializes in venomous creatures, is the lone survi...

    THE DEMON CROWN Off the coast of Brazil, a team of scientists discovers a horror like no other, an island where all life has been eradicated, consumed and possessed by a species beyond imagination. Before they can report their discovery, a mysterious agency attacks the group, killin...

  • Tim
    Dec 29, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

  • Faith
    Jan 26, 2018

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

  • Sudeep Tirupati
    Feb 06, 2018

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

  • Chad
    Feb 02, 2018

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

  • Ariana Fae
    Dec 06, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

    I just finished THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, and as usual he had me up way past my bedtime reading. In this installment of the Sigma Force series, Rollins raises the stakes not just for the survival of mankind but for the Sigma Force team, especially for Gray and Seichan. I en...

  • Orient
    Mar 11, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

  • Jonathan Wilson
    Dec 23, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

    I just finished THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, and as usual he had me up way past my bedtime reading. In this installment of the Sigma Force series, Rollins raises the stakes not just for the survival of mankind but for the Sigma Force team, especially for Gray and Seichan. I en...

    The rating system here on GoodReads is pretty specific, so a 3-star is I liked it--and I did. Maybe even with an emphasis, so 3.5 stars instead of 3. This was a daunting story, making you shudder at mosquitos and other winged insects that might alight on your arm while reading. My husb...

    The Demon Crown by James Rollins is a very highly recommended terrifying, horrifying thrill ride of action and adventure! This is a smart, excellent new addition to the Sigma Force series. Professor Ken Matsui, an entomologist who specializes in venomous creatures, is the lone survi...

    THE DEMON CROWN Off the coast of Brazil, a team of scientists discovers a horror like no other, an island where all life has been eradicated, consumed and possessed by a species beyond imagination. Before they can report their discovery, a mysterious agency attacks the group, killin...

    Now, this is the James Rollins I love reading. A superbly paced thriller which plays on almost everybody's fear of insects and swarms. The Demon Crown plays out - as usual - with two Sigma teams, but unlike the previous book, this story was cohesive (my opinion - maybe I missed somethi...

    In the Demon Crown, he world's worst nightmare begins. Hawaii is attacked by the release of an ancient modified wasp. The stings inject eggs into the victim that eats them from the inside out. That isn't the worst part.....was is...the fact that the creator has no cure. Gray and Sei...

    To be honest I have missed the last several Sigma Force novels - boy howdy does this remind me of what I've been missing! Mr. Rollins is an excellent story teller but the part that really makes his books a winner with me is how he attempts to keep things as real as possible - to the po...

    This started off great guns, with Alexander Graham Bell graverobbing in Italy, where a mysterious object (the demon crown) rests inside the coffin of the benefactor of the Smithsonian. Sad to say, as soon as the action jumps to present-day Hawaii, the story changes gears into automatic...

    4.25 Stars ...

  • Ms. Just One More Book  (Kris Miller)
    Dec 06, 2017

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

  • Barbara Wilson
    Jan 03, 2018

    First off, thank you to William Morrow imprint and the Harper Collins publishing company for sending me a physical ARC of the newest in one of my absolute favorite series of all time. They paid me nothing, and all I had to do was read it and review it honestly. Sigma Force novels ar...

    The Demon Crown is book thirteen in the Sigma Force series and let me tell you that this is a favorite series of mine and I have read every book published! And, the series keep going strong with its mix of thriller, science fiction, and adventure. One thing I always find so enjoyable w...

    A ton of fun, packed with action and danger. I love when writers ground their stories in real events. Here Rollins takes a few things that really happened to Alexander Graham Bell and the founder of the Smithsonian, James Smithson to craft a base for his story revolving around prehisto...

    My first story of 2018 confirms what I suspected. I need to stop listening/reading Mr. Rollins. Too many trite, uninteresting details do little but get in the way of story-telling. 0 of 10 stars ...

    My 13th adventure with sigma, it was absolutely fantastic. My inner science freak was high. Loved to see all the characters I adore over decade already ??? ...

    Marginally better than The Seventh Plague, mostly because of the great settings in Hawaii, the Balkans, and Wieliczka salt mine in Poland. This series has stagnated, with little character development, and most new ones getting whacked. As payback for Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the death ...

    4.5 always scientifically intriguing but possibly scary stars James Rollins is an author that has never disappointed me. He fills his novels with adventure, science, the winning nature of good over evil and the ability to make the reading of his books so much like a walk on the wil...

    Review Thirteen books into the Sigma series and as a reader i always worry how a writer will keep a series fresh, new and exciting and with this type of book where cutting edge is key can they keep it in the realm of believable. James Rollins always amazes me with his ability t...

    I thought that this book was a lot of fun even though I am not a fan of the Sigma Force members or of endless fight scenes. This book had historical figures, buried secrets, ecological threats, scientific experiments, and big, immortal, killer wasps. I enjoyed it. ...

    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! ...

    With his unique blend of science, history and terrific storytelling skills, Rollins brings forth his most chilling Sigma Force read to date. In 1903 Alexander Graham Bell, along with his wife Mabel, rushes to Italy on a covert mission to secure the remains of James Smithson -- founder ...

    I vaguely recall seeing a small golden stone with a mosquito in the middle when I was a very young girl. It didn't mean much to me then but now that I've read the demon crown I can't help but shiver at even the fictional subjects of this story. The blurb says it all. Amber, a resin fro...

    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today. SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETS This book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a bi...

    ARC REVIEW I can not tell you how excited I was to get approved for this ARC. Seriously I squealed, loudly and threw in a happy dance. Why was I so excited? I was so excited because I freakin love this series, Sigma Force is one of my absolute favorites. James Rollins is amazing whe...

    Received as an ARC via my employer Barnes & Noble. Rollins is one of my favorite authors so I'm looking forward to this book. Started 11-13-17. Finished 11-23-17. Could've finished sooner but medical appointments got in the way! Mr. Rollins has done it again. Another fast paced tec...

    Scary coincidence that the day after an accidental Emergency Alert went out to the citizens of Hawaii that ballistic missiles were coming, I read this book, in which a major biological threat gets Sigma Force seriously contemplating nuking the same islands for quarantine purposes. F...

    Not much to say about this. As always Sigma Force books are a ton of fun and this one is no exception. I am a big fan of this series and will always read the new books coming out every year. Also, bugs and insects are scary af, especially wasps. This book depicts a particularly dead...

    I gave this 4 stars because as always, Sigma keeps me totally engrossed. The ?weapons? in the story gave me the heebie-jeebies and the ?creepy-crawlies?. Sure, some of it is predictable but that?s ok for me. I have grown attached to the characters and anxiously await Roll...

    Great story again by Mr. Rollins. My complaint, net enough Kolowski!! ...

    I just finished THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, and as usual he had me up way past my bedtime reading. In this installment of the Sigma Force series, Rollins raises the stakes not just for the survival of mankind but for the Sigma Force team, especially for Gray and Seichan. I en...

    The rating system here on GoodReads is pretty specific, so a 3-star is I liked it--and I did. Maybe even with an emphasis, so 3.5 stars instead of 3. This was a daunting story, making you shudder at mosquitos and other winged insects that might alight on your arm while reading. My husb...

    The Demon Crown by James Rollins is a very highly recommended terrifying, horrifying thrill ride of action and adventure! This is a smart, excellent new addition to the Sigma Force series. Professor Ken Matsui, an entomologist who specializes in venomous creatures, is the lone survi...

    THE DEMON CROWN Off the coast of Brazil, a team of scientists discovers a horror like no other, an island where all life has been eradicated, consumed and possessed by a species beyond imagination. Before they can report their discovery, a mysterious agency attacks the group, killin...

    Now, this is the James Rollins I love reading. A superbly paced thriller which plays on almost everybody's fear of insects and swarms. The Demon Crown plays out - as usual - with two Sigma teams, but unlike the previous book, this story was cohesive (my opinion - maybe I missed somethi...

    In the Demon Crown, he world's worst nightmare begins. Hawaii is attacked by the release of an ancient modified wasp. The stings inject eggs into the victim that eats them from the inside out. That isn't the worst part.....was is...the fact that the creator has no cure. Gray and Sei...

    To be honest I have missed the last several Sigma Force novels - boy howdy does this remind me of what I've been missing! Mr. Rollins is an excellent story teller but the part that really makes his books a winner with me is how he attempts to keep things as real as possible - to the po...

    This started off great guns, with Alexander Graham Bell graverobbing in Italy, where a mysterious object (the demon crown) rests inside the coffin of the benefactor of the Smithsonian. Sad to say, as soon as the action jumps to present-day Hawaii, the story changes gears into automatic...

    4.25 Stars ...

    I'm a big fan of this series. That said, this was one of the best books in years. That's saying something since that have all been great. It's a must-read addition to the series. ...

    Exciting and enthralling as ever! I love the Sigma Force novels. Think I have a thing for Kowalski! ...