: Fragment: A Novel (): Warren Fahy: Books. Fragment: A Novel and millions of other books are available for instant access. view. Fragment (Random House, ), is a science-based thriller by bestselling author and screenwriter, Warren Fahy. The novel focuses on a crew of young. Riding the crest of a wave of hype proclaiming it the summer beach novel of (and if things go as I’m sure Warren Fahy’s agent intends, the summer.

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They finally get help from the outside world, but their eight-hour window might not be enough time to save themselves, or humanity. In the attack that follows, Andy, Quentin, Pound and the Rover’s pilot are killed and eaten.

The science aspect is still present, but thankfully with a lot less fragemnt from the academic characters. Nell and Zero barely manage to escape with their lives. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.

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The only thing I could gripe Pandemonium, the sequel to Fragment, by Warren Fahy, is a worthy sequel that has it’s own story and is not just a re-hash of the first novel. Lists with This Book. warern

The plot stayed predictable wxrren until suddenly it didn’t. Some missing words or wrong words, but not so horribly wrong that you couldn’t follow the flow. To her surprise, she was chosen.

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Please, I don’t want to rush you Mr. So after reading this book it just renewed my interest to read the prior novel.


Jun 29, Terry rated it it was amazing. Along the way, they travel in a humvee that constantly sprays saltwater. A creature has evolved into a predator unlike any the world has ever known, and frgment up to the scientists to make sure that it never reaches the surface. It was either predictable in parts or tawdry. Fraagment, Cri Remember back when Michael Crichton was cranking out blockbuster-movie-plots-disguised-as-novels and every review was pretty much the same?

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I can’t say anymore without having to click the spoiler alert box. Oh, and suffice it to say that I was on Amazon. I even teared up a couple of times in pure joy. I fragmemt enjoyed getting back into these characters and seeing the odd creatures that Warren Fahy has in these books.

Now if you know all that going in, and it’s all you expect, fine, you’ll not be disappointed. Return to Book Page. Avant d’aller plus loin, un avertissement: Also, are you hoping not to have to do any Christmas shopping in the future because all the trademarked names you drop in the book will give you free swag? Fact was blended so well with fiction that it was difficult at fragmeent especially for a non-science person fragmennt as me to tell where fact ended and fiction began.

Warren Fahy I’m not exactly kind, in other ways as well, to reality shows. It was a kind of noble savage idea. Everything eats everything on Henders. Also, to the editors: I loved this book from start to finish. But at three miles below the surface, where the rocks are so hot they burn bare skin, something has been waiting for centuries. There’s just enough to make these people annoying. At a research station in Antarctica, five of the world’s top scientists have been brought together to solve one of the greatest mysteries in human history.


If they escape the underground city, it would only be a matter of months, maybe years, before they wipe out the human population. This is anything but I hope to be seeing more, much more.

Marine biologist Zachary Wallace knows, but the shock of his near-drowning as a child on Loch Ness have buried all memories of the incident. When they get together, it’s entirely perfunctory — they’re only hooking up because The Guy and The Girl are expected to in Hollywood fwhy. Livingstone present on the Island’s formation and evolution, and reveal a horrifying truth; Henders Island’s flora and fauna are so well adapted that if they were to escape, they would cause global collapse.

Fiction Book Review: Fragment by Warren Fahy, Author . Delacorte $25 (p) ISBN

What at first starts out cheesy, nearly immediately wins you over as it whirlwinds you into the action like a tornado. I couldn’t give it the 5th star for a couple reasons. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Andy reveals that Hender and his kin have evolved sophisticated camouflage than can render them virtually invisible. Some that just might give you nightmares.

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