Mount Dragon - Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child

Mount Dragon

Author: Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child

  • Publication Date: 2007-11-27
  • Category: Mysteries & Thrillers
4.5 Score: 4.5
(From 187 Ratings)


In this thriller from authors Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, a genetically engineered virus threatens to wipe out humanity

Mount Dragon: an enigmatic research complex hidden in the vast desert of New Mexico. Guy Carson and Susana Cabeza de Vaca have come to Mount Dragon to work shoulder to shoulder with some of the greatest scientific minds on the planet. Led by visionary genius Brent Scopes, their secret goal is a medical breakthrough that promises to bring incalculable benefits to the human race.

But while Scopes believes he is leading the way to a new world order, he may in fact be opening the door to mass human extinction. And when Guy and Susana attempt to stop him they find themselves locked in a frightening battle with Scopes, his henchmen, and the apocalyptic nightmare that science has unleashed . . .

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  • Mount Dragon

    By ObiOllie
    Review above is wrong. No problem reading with WiFi turned off. Must be his problem. Restriction imposed by authors means sometimes hyphenated words don't change when page size is changed, but no big problem reading.
  • Mount Dragon

    By MD III
    DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK! Due to publisher's restrictions, you can only read it when you have a Wifi signal. This makes it useless otherwise. I wasted my money, don't waste yours.
  • Very tense reading

    By Al Kolkin
    The best way I can tell you how suspenseful the novel was is to say that at one point I was so scared and thoroughly involved while reading, that when my belly made a giggling sound it scared me half to death and I jumped! And that's the truth ...
  • Great read

    By nukeboy99
    The amount of research these guys must put in to create a story like this amazes me. There are no holes where details and storyline fail to flow. There is a lot of information to comprehend but you don't have to be a total geek to enjoy this. Great story.