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The Human Experiment by [Zwick, Cory]
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Andrew Jordan thought that his team was being sent on a mission to investigate UFO activity over the Himalayan Mountains. He didn't realize that his mission would delve into the history of the human race and the very origins of life on Earth. In THE HUMAN EXPERIMENT Jordan's team fights a life or death battle with a group of the world's most dangerous assassins to uncover the greatest conspiracy in the history of the world.

Jordan is the leader of the Unusual Phenomenon Division of the Department of Defense. His five member team investigates cases that other governmental organizations aren't equipped to handle. In an unexpected show of support the Senate sends Jordan and his team to Nepal to investigate a strange UFO occurrence. Jordan doesn't know that an unknown force has hired assassin Alexander Stanislav to hunt down his team to make sure that they don't reach their goal. Thanks to the help of an unknown ally Jordan's team reaches their destination and are shocked to learn the real objective of their mission.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 684 KB
  • Print Length: 293 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00560QSFA
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Beware the Abductor! Jan. 1 2012
By Mary K. Hall - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I was intrigued by the five star reviews that were created solely to review this book. Smelling a rat, I downloaded the sample chapter. Judge for yourself.

"The abductor most likely held at least a PhD". At the very least a PhD! Maybe even a PPhD.
(Throughout the chapter, the suspect is called "the abductor". Seriously.)

"He slowly peered around the corner to see two naked women women unconscious and bound to the wall...this made the room look even more like a dungeon." Bound naked women will do that to a room.

"It was smart for the man to perform these acts in the basement where there were no windows and thick walls to hold in the sound." Well, he does have AT LEAST a PhD.

There are also walls of text without paragraph breaks, basic grammatical errors, and plutonium powered snowmobiles. I give it two stars because I was pleasently surprised that Zwick did his Plutonium 238 research. Also, the author gives you a generous amount of story for the sample download.

Definitely read the sample chapters before you buy.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars action, adventure, thriller, big scope Dec 23 2011
By godfather - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I really enjoyed this book. It kept me intrigued until the very end. If you liked Dan Brown's "Deception Point", you will probably enjoy this book as it has a similar style and mix of action and adventure while being a thriller with a broad scope. It's one of those books that I will probably read again down the road.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The title gives a lot of the plot away. Aug. 8 2012
By Bob - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I liked it hence 4*, it could perhaps do with a proof read and some editing for continuity and factual content, not for the science fiction elements which obviously are not expected to be factual but plausible and I felt that they were plausible.
Initially I was not sure where the story was going with the initial chapter with "depraved acts", the author's words and this chapter could easily have been omitted and made the book more suitable for all ages. However after this the story moves on a pace and does now seem to be a conspiracy theory book with one side trying to investigate a UFO sighting and one preventing the investigation. About halfway through the book it turns into pure science fiction with a number of interesting ideas. I am not sure the romance elements work very well although they do enable a "James Bond" type ending
However an interesting book with lots of new ideas but could do with a bit of a polish.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Learn English Jan. 6 2012
By Ronald Bee - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I read this book, or at least started it after reading many of the reviews. I am amazed at how many books have to have these macho men running around the world unheeded by laws of any kind. I understand this book is SciFi, but it is bad SciFi. I got to a point where I read a sentence that used the word "drug" as in he drug the person out of the room? Drug? What? I think a writer should at least know English. After that I lost interest in the rambling story and bid my money farewell. Drug? Really?
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars There are much better books around for 99 cents or even free Jan. 16 2012
By Larry D - Published on
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I had to force myself to keep reading this book in hopes it would get better. It never did.

The writing is middle school level at best. I've never seen so many "suddenlies" in one place. Everything was "suddenly" this or "suddenly" that. Lots of other errors, but my favorite was Commander Benson. I've never heard of the rank of Commander in the army. Last I heard that was a Navy or Coast Guard rank. For 99 cents I've purchased many better books.