The Demon Crown (Sigma Force #13) by James Rollins

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 CROWNOff 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...

Details The Demon Crown (Sigma Force #13)

TitleThe Demon Crown (Sigma Force #13)
Release DateDec 5th, 2017
PublisherWilliam Morrow
GenreThriller, Fiction, Adventure, Suspense, Action, Mystery Thriller, Mystery

Reviews The Demon Crown (Sigma Force #13)

  • Steven
    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 are always action-packed roller coaster rides of thrills and emotions. Rollins always seem to find a way to up the game to huge stakes, but not seem so utterly ridiculous...
  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    To be reviewed!
  • Robin Carter
    ReviewThirteen 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 to write a tight, interesting, action packed story, but most of all his ability to keep coming up with world ending scenarios that are totally realistic. Each and everyone a t...
  • Kate
    I adore the Sigma series and this could quite possibly be the best of them all! Review to follow shortly on
  • Elizabeth
    THE DEMON CROWNOff 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, killing them all, save one, an entomologist, an expert on venomous creatures, Professor Ken Matsui from Cornell University.Strangest of all, this inexplicable threat traces b...
  • Jerri Brissette
    I just finished this book, then saw this headline in the news today.SECRET PARASITE: VA STUDY SHOWS PARASITE FROM VIETNAM MAY BE KILLING VETSThis book was pretty scary before I saw that headline; now it's terrifying! James Rollins unrolls an all-too realistic story of what a biological infestation could result in. If such a thing should happen, it's not likely the world would be so fortunate in a solution.
  • David V.
    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 techno-thriller that leaves you hanging at the end of every chapter so that it's very difficult to stop. This time it's about a criminal element releasing a deadly invasiv...
  • Lori L (She Treads Softly)
    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 survivor of an attack on an island off the coast of Brazil. What he discovers there is a frightening foe that hasn't been seen alive for millions of years.Surprisingly, the ...
  • Jeff Short
    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 point of including in the books exactly what is real, and what is made up. Obviously these are works of fiction but keeping the science real makes the story that much...
  • Debbie
    It's hard to believe this is book 13 in the Sigma Force series but I still love it. James Rollins just has way of writing a story that is fresh, exciting and adds new depths to old characters. With each book I feel like we are seeing more layers to Gray, Seichan and it was even nice to see Kat take a more active role in this one.The story itself was fascinating and kept me at the edge of my seat for much of the book. There were a few times I was ...
  • Julie Garner
    I received an advance reading copy of this book.Action and adventure go hand in hand as our Sigma team try to find a cure for the plague that has been released on this earth. Some components of this book were freaky as it is something you could imagine happening in today's world and that is not a good thing.Rollins kept me up at night wanting to read just a little bit more. At times, it was hard to put down.This book will appeal to fans of Indian...
  • Kristina
    I received an advance reading copy of this book.Another entertaining Sigma story. I can't believe there've been 13 world ending tales that always seem plausible with a fantastic mix of science and fiction. This story was fascinating and horrifying all at the same time. I loved that the characters of Gray and Seichan are being developed more with each story and that Kat and Monk had a larger roll in this one than they've had recently.Rollins never...
  • Louisa
    Wow, another amazing book in this series! And it's weird, because my parents are currently in Hawaii, where there were the mass threat was! Lots of developments in this world, and another big appearance from the Guild assassin lady who lost her twin the previous book! Gah! She was awful!
  • Billie
    Good story. Got your action, suspense, drama, and wasps. A very good combination. The story also kept with the Sigma Force plot line so there wasn't any surprises.
  • Hannah
  • Pamela
    Another entertaining romp with the Sigma team. I’ve always loved how Rollins mixes science with fiction and adventure. A modern blend of Crichton and Cussler.
  • Hannah
    Great read