Swarm

Swarm

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108.847 palabras (≈ alrededor de 7 horas)

James Kowalski is having a bad week. His genius girlfriend Sophie is hiding something important from him. His best friend Jesse might be involved with drug cartels. And when a research trip goes violently wrong, James finds himself stranded deep in the Colombian jungle, on the run from brutal thugs.

But things don't get truly desperate until he stumbles upon what's really going on. Because that just might be the end of the world as we know it...

 

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welshbe
welshbe
lunes, 19 de marzo de 2012 10:57:34 +0100

Since first reading Night of Knives I became a fan of Jon’s work. Swarm and Invisible Armies have both proven to be compulsive reading with imaginative plots and unexpected twists and turns all of which I’m sure would make Hollywood block buster films! Can’t wait for the next masterpiece.



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Lengua: Inglés

Escrito en: 2012

Publicado: 2012-01-02

Numero de palabras: 108.847 palabras (≈ alrededor de 7 horas)

Licencia: Atribución - No uso comercial - No modificaciones

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Jon Evans is a novelist, journalist, adventure traveller, and software engineer. His novels have won Arthur Ellis and ForeWord Book Of The Year awards, translation into half a dozen languages, and praise from The Economist, The Times, and The Washington Post.
 
Jon's journalism has appeared in Wired, Reader's Digest, The Guardian, The Globe and Mail, and The Times Of India, and he writes a weekly column for TechCrunch.
 
Jon has released all of his published novels - Dark Places, Blood Price, Invisible Armies, The Night of Knives, Beasts of New York, and Swarm - under a Creative Commons license, and all can be freely downloaded from Feedbooks.


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