Currently Reading: Fragment


  • by Warren Fahy
  • Publisher: Dell Publishing
  • Pub. Date: June 2009
  • 384pp

About the book
(dust jacket summary)
:from Warren Fahy’s website
In this powerhouse of suspense–as brilliantly imagined as Jurassic Park and The Ruins–scientists have made a startling discovery: a fragment of a lost continent, an island with an ecosystem unlike any they’ve seen before . . . an ecosystem that could topple ours like a house of cards.

The time is now. The place is the Trident, a long-range research vessel hired by the reality TV show Sealife. Aboard is a cast of ambitious young scientists. With a director dying for drama, tiny Henders Island might be just what the show needs. Until the first scientist sets foot on Henders—and the ultimate test of survival begins . . .

For when they reach the island’s shores, scientists are utterly unprepared for what they find—creatures unlike any ever recorded in natural history. This is not a lost world frozen in time, an island of mutants, or a lab where science has gone mad: this is the Earth as it might have looked after evolving on a separate path for half a billion years.

Soon the scientists will stumble on something more shocking than anything humanity has ever encountered: because among the terrors of Henders Island, one life form defies any scientific theory—and must be saved at any cost.

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3 Responses

  1. oAh this loks good. You’ll have to let me know if is Jurassic Park the remake. :O)

  2. that will be “looks” not loks!

  3. I’m stopping by to say I’ve got something for you at I’m Booking It!

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