Golemon made his literary debut in 2006 with Event. Golemon is the author of the Event Group Thrillers, including Event , Ancients, Leviathan and Primeval. When I finally got around to starting this book, I couldn't stop. There have been countless books about the Roswell incident. I will read the next book in the series -- perhaps the next book with the same characters will grab me more! Ryan Grimaced and ran for the imposing Blackhawk.
Noah's Arc or Amelia Earhart for example and of course let's not forget Roswell. While it seemed most of the main characters could withstand just about any attack suffered at the hands of the alien invaders, others did not which made for the occasional surprise. The only thing that kept me from giving this five stars was the cast of characters. But when the doorway to the hidden world closed, Ben was trapped on the wrong side. In Overlord, the stunning conclusion to the trilogy within the Event Group series that began with Event and continued with Legacy fans' favorite titles , a time of war is upon humanity. The characters are appealing, although not as fleshed out as I would like.
The incredible truth revealed by Dan's leak immediately captures the public's imagination, but Dan's relentless commitment to exposing the cover-up and forcing disclosure quickly earns him some enemies in high places. Featured Guest: small yet significant, sad-eyed little green alien. This is the first book of the author that i read and although, half way through the book i found it took me a bit to get used to his writing not that many dialogues it did keep me on the edge to very end. The only thing he loves more than writing is research, especially historical research, and he sees the subtext of his Event novels as being that understanding history allows us to create a better future. All that was needed was for the intriguing premise to be executed with some good writing and Goleman does not disappoint. The Event Group is a dedicated collection of the nation's most brilliant men and women of science, philosophy and the military. Using the benevolent creature as an ally and resource, they combine forces with the powerful might of the U.
The killings stopped as suddenly as they had begun—but not because Ambrose was caught. Born on 25 September 1955 in Chino, California, David Lynn Golemon is a well-established author who is widely known for the Event book series. Unfortunately, the publisher did not do their part as the number of typos and misspellings is very large. I adore special forces novels where a group is formed to deal with special situations. But this book didn't quite capture me the way I wanted. Este grupo de los mejores agentes en su campo, se dedican a investigar sucesos extraños, y a veces si que son extraños. No surprise there since he was a member! The only thing that kept me from giving this five stars was the cast of characters.
There is seriously nothing about these books that I don't love. This was a complex plot with lots of developing sub-plots and possibilities. Biotechnological beings have rendered people all but extinct. As for the story, it is very interesting albeit a bit too fantas I want to like this book, I really do. I think that this is an ambitious story, but the reward was sweet. The villain escapes with monstrosity eggs.
I know with this ambitious story, it's hard to keep up with all the characters, but I feel that the author should pick the most pivotal characters and develop them to the best degree possible. Their newest book is In the Still of the Night and was released on October, 17th 2017. I flipped pages to find the requisite undeserving sacrifice and save-the-planet solution. One last quip about the book. I believe David Golemon books should be considered the creme of the crop when it comes to paranormal suspense novels! It was so bad that I started getting cramps in my eyes and headaches from having to re-read it so many times. Hailing from a military background, Golemon believes that one cannot seem to glorify war, but rather one can write to give unavoidable reasons for the war. Then a team of heavily armed mercenaries arrive.
Katie Anne Golemon David L. The supporting story for the Roswell Incident is entertaining. I finally just lost interest in the story altogether. Who should the stars be? Before Sam can explain, he collapses. Then there are the monsters. The problem here is in my opinion that along with being a little disjointed some of the view points were,superfluous. It might have gotten better, but as of Chapter 13 about 175 pages in it was still a mess of one-dimensional, unbelievable characters, stilted dialog, ridiculous plotting, and boring exposition.
More than a few could have easily been cut into two or three separate paragraphs. As for the book itself, there are many ways to write a book, many literary devices, several points of view. The voice guides him in all his decisions, helping him through situations with useful information and helpful insight. I thought that Golemon was a good enough writer not to need to do this, so when the charming old prospecter and his best friend the mule turned up, I decided to trust the author and continue with the story. If you don't know, maybe try it for yourself. I don't know his life story, whether he did military service or is just really great at his research, but either way I enjoyed it. Hard to grasp whats going on when a sentence doesn't make sense.
The air force screws around with F-15s against animals! An btw, I wish I could write a tenth as well as this author -- I feel badly critiquing writing that I am incapable of coming close to producing. It made the female characters come across as second class and treated with kid gloves in a very 1950's way. Beside having a great plot, the was very well polished and well written. Author David Lynn Golemon has written a classic supernatural thriller, each page bringing human civilization closer to extinction, that proves a blistering roller-coaster ride of thrills and adventure. The plot drags a little during the middle of the book, but certainly picks up speed as the Event Group goes on site to investigate the craft and finds an unexpected survivor who threatens all of human life. To never feel the wind on their face….
The plot for the story is believable enough but the errors in spelling, punctuation, and capitalization ruin the book. It's got a bit of action and lays out a nice what I'd call semi-invasion story. Every skill set imaginable and is recruited into the most secret government body that has all historical artifacts ever imagined. The narrator was excellent and was able distinguish between men, women and adolescent voices. I also liked the way the pace ramped up exponentially, an ever increasing speed. Every red-blooded comic-pulp aficionado knows that a brave American special-forces soldier Jack, who speaks for and to The President, will save cute boy Billy, the lad's best pal old coot prospector and single mom hardworking server of beer and burgers circa 2000, owner too.