Origin




      Origin
In 1906, a crew of workers at the Panama Canal unearthed something that could not be identified or explained Something sinister And very much alive.One hundred years later, a team of scientists gather at an underground facility in New Mexico to determine what this being is the most amazing discovery in the history of mankind and how it has managed to survive A biologist will analyze its structure A veterinarian will study its behavior A linguist will translate its language But even the greatest minds in the world cannot answer one inescapable question Could this ancient creature, this mockery of God and nature, actually be the ancient demon known as the Beast ORIGINFrom bestselling author J.A Konrath comes a tense and thrilling exploration into the mysteries of life and death, good and evil, and the original source of our darkest fears. Free Read eBook Origin author J.A. Konrath – heartforum.co.uk

JA Konrath is the author of WHAT HAPPENED TO LORI BOOK 1 and BOOK 2 and twelve novels in the Jack Daniels thriller series They do not have to be read in chronologically to be enjoyed, but the order is Whiskey Sour, Bloody Mary, Rusty Nail, Dirty Martini, Fuzzy Navel, Cherry Bomb, Shaken, Stirred, Rum Runner, Last Call, White Russian, and Shot Girl More coming soon.Jack Daniels also appears in the novels Dead On My Feet, Dying Breath, Everybody Dies, Shot of Tequila, Flee, Spree, Three, Timecaster Supersymmetry, Banana Hammock, Lady 52, and Serial Killers Uncut She s also in the novellas Floaters, Burners, Planter s Punch, Babe On Board, Racked, Straight Up, October Dark, Jacked Up , Beat Down, Cheese Wrestling, Abductions, Watched Too Long, and Babysitting Money, and the collection Jack Daniels Stories.Wow, that s a lot of Jack.Other novels include the thrillers Origin, The List, Disturb, Timecaster, Afraid, Trapped, Endurance, Haunted House, Webcam, Grandma , Holes In The Ground, and Draculas Other novellas include Fix, Hit, Naughty, Exposed, Rescue, and Wild Night is Calling.He also writes the Stop A Murder mystery puzzle series, where you become the sleuth and solve brain teasers to try and catch a killer And, finally, he writes erotica under the pen name Melinda DuChamp.Joe writes a lot You should probably read everything.You can visit Joe and sign up for his newlsetter at www.JAKonrath.com mailing list.php

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  • Audio CD
  • Origin
  • J.A. Konrath
  • English
  • 08 October 2018
  • 197864079X

10 thoughts on “ Origin

  1. Stephen says:

    Sothe Evil One Just looking at Cheney Satan you can tell that he s a mean, duplicitous, evil, soul sucking prick who greedily wallows in his own vileness like a pig on a crap carpet Stillthere s no denying that the Horned One makes a great plot device and I am a big fan of is it really the Devil or isn t it stories I especially enjoy the psychological, closed door mystery variety where maybe satan is stuck in a specific location and the characters are trying to establish his bon Sothe Evil One Just looking at Cheney Satan you can tell that he s a mean, duplicitous, evil, soul sucking prick who greedily wallows in his own vileness like a pig on a crap carpet Stillthere s no denying that the Horned One makes a great plot device and I am a big fan of is it really the Devil or isn t it stories I especially enjoy the psychological, closed door mystery variety where maybe satan is stuck in a specific location and the characters are trying to establish his bona fides as the Prince of PerditionSide Note Outside of the Exorcist, the low budget film Mr Frost staring Jeff Goldblum is the best expression of this story type I ve ever seen alas, it hasn t been released on DVD which really bites Well Origin starts off very well with a fresh, clever take on this storyline by bringing in...

  2. Luvtoread says:

    This was a wonderful horror story I was greatly surprised by this book since I read it without knowing anything about it This author did his homework researching this book and I loved the combination of science and religion being the backbone of the story No misunderstanding This was true horror at it s best At one point it made me very nervous and maybe even a little frightened, and that hardly ever happens anyand I love the feeling of fear when reading a horror book I highly, high This was a wonderful horror story I was greatly surprised by this book since I read it without knowing anything about it This author did his homework researching this book and I loved the combination of science and religion being the backbone of the story No misunderstanding This was true horror at it s best At one point it made me very nervous and maybe even a little frightened, and that hardly ever happens anyand I love the feeling of fear when reading a horror book I highly, highly recommend thi...

  3. Mort says:

    4.5 STARSWell, that was unexpectedThis is a book that has been on my Kindle for months, but from the blurb I was getting this Jurassic Park meets The Thing vibe, and I was a bit reluctant to tackle this one Now that I ve read it, I can say this What do you get when you mix Jurassic Park and The Thing A big ass budget for a big ass movie with a different story line than this book.I am a big Konrath Kilborn fan, but it is inevitable that I will eventually come across something that I don t li 4.5 STARSWell, that was unexpectedThis is a book that has been on my Kindle for months,...

  4. Tressa says:

    This is what I m talking about Just finished two mediocre books and was wanting so badly to pick up a can t put down story along the lines of Natural Selection and The Relic, and I chose this one on my Kindle Great pick, if I do say so myself Love books about ancient history and religion throw a demon into the mix and I m a happy camper This book is all kinds of fun and it s taking my mind off my current troubles Andy, a young linguist who This is what I m talking about Just finished two mediocre books and was wanting so badly to pick up a can t put down story along the lines of Natural Selection and The Relic, and I chose this one on my Kindle Great pick, if I do say so myself Love books about ancient history and religion throw a demon into...

  5. Kimberly says:

    This was my second reading of ORIGIN in order to prepare for its sequel HOLES IN THE GROUND I absolutely loved the character interaction and the scenes that Konrath had in this book Having read most of his o...

  6. Dirk Grobbelaar says:

    He didn t like this at all.His curiosity was being overtaken by a creepy feeling.Pick up the Abominog album by Uriah Heep and stare at the front cover for at least five minutes No, make that ten Congratulations, you have now assimilated Origin.If that thing on the Abominog cover looks like it can take a nasty bite out of you it s because it probably can, as this book also sets out to proveIts lips creased back, revealing a huge valley of yellow, jagged teeth.This book is quite a conuHe didn t like this at all.His curiosity was being overtaken by a creepy feeling.Pick up the Abominog album by Uriah Heep and stare at the front cover for at least five minutes No, make that ten Congratulations, you have now assimilated Origin.If that thing on the Abominog cover looks like it can take a nasty bite out of you it s because it probably can, as this book also sets out to proveIts lips creased back, revealing a huge valley of yellow, jagged teeth.This book is quite a conundrum for me, insofar as reviewing it is concerned It is fairly sparsely written, that s to say the author keeps things lean, and that makes it easy t...

  7. Bridget says:

    I d give this one 3.5 stars especially since it s only.99 cents on Kindle The author describes this in his afterward as Jurassic Park meets The Exorcist which I d say is fairly accurate It starts off with the workers building the Panama canal finding a capsule with a creature that may or may not be the devil hibernating within Roosevelt has it shipped to the US and builds an underground facility to study and contain it The real action starts in modern times when the thing wak...

  8. WendyB says:

    Loved it A strange, gory story with lots of action and a really nasty demon.The ending was a cliff hanger Can t wait to read the sequel.

  9. Olivia "So many books--so little time."" says:

    I was disappointed This book could have been better.

  10. Paul says:

    They don t know that we know they know we know.My title from an episode of Friends relates to a short passage in Origin on Page 78 Maybe it was intentional maybe not but this Besides, better to know what your enemy knows than to not know if he knows anything or not made me laugh and reminded me of Friends Damn you Konrathit also made me think too hard and hurt my head I think I had an inexplicable attack of shallowness or maybe I was just too bogged down trying to fathom Moby Dic They don t know that we know they know we know.My title from...

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