Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Primeval: Extinction Event, By Dan Abnett

"Anomalies are starting to appear, doorways in time to worlds we can barely imagine. The anomalies are conclusive proof that the past exists in a fourth dimension as real and solid as those we already know. Our job is to predict and contain them."

Title: Primeval- Extinction Event

Author: Dan Abnett

Pages: 272

G: Scifi

Rating: 4/5

Story: 3/5

Characters: 3/5

Cover: 2/5

I really like the show so why shouldn't i like the book series? I really got into this book. The main characters i really liked and the ones in the background where OK. The first three pages were slower for me, but i completely loved it when Chapter one started. The imaginative illustration was very good and the characters that would have to be realistic since it is a show really related to them. The action was good and was very head first. Surprisingly with this book i didn't want to put it down.

Plot: An anomaly pops up and lets out an Enteldon that hungrily and fearsly goes on a rampages on Oxford Street. Not long after Cutter and his team head out to try and save lives when they find out that they have lost when a few lives are lost. And getting worse their is something definitely different with the anomalies, that are making them go crazy and weak. But what is it?
Cutter wants to make improvements in their area of containing anomalies when suddenly a Russian Scientist and a Dangerous Russian Soldier appear and puts him, Connor, and Abby in a situation that become more of life and death as they go on.

Sign sincerely, BOstan~