Tuesday, August 04, 2015

Reliquary by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

(hb; 1997: second book in the Pendergast series)

Review:

Like The Relic before it, Reliquary is an icky, slick b-movie read with freakish monsters, scary moments and tunnels, and plenty of twists -- it is worth borrowing from the library or purchasing at a considerably discounted price.

Followed by The Cabinet of Curiosities.

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