Reliquary

Reliquary

Book - 1998
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"The Chicago Tribune" calls "this follow-up (to "The Relic" is) every bit as good and in some ways better. Preston and Child carry off this sequel with great energy and panache ... their portrait of the underground dwellers lifts this thriller into a category all its own". "This should do for the New York Subway system what "Jaws" did for Long Island beaches."
Publisher: New York : Tor, 1998
Edition: First mass market edition
ISBN: 9780812542837
0812542835
Branch Call Number: PAPERBACK Fiction Pre
Characteristics: 464 pages ; 17 cm
Additional Contributors: Preston, Douglas J.

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7626dee
Oct 12, 2018

Monsters under Manhattan-who would have thought? The prose is often stifling and the ideas farfetched but somehow I kept on plowing as I do like the Pendergast character-you can keep ALL the museum stuffed shirts and NYPD inepts. Was it worth the plowing-probably not!

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zinger67
Aug 31, 2015

Even better than Relic. Excellent read. Good thriller and attention holder. I was sorry when it was over.

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rahmmie
Dec 21, 2012

Fun read. Entertaining and fast-faced. Make sure you read the previous book, "Relic," before reading this one so that you understand everything that happens in the plot

teacupfaerie Mar 01, 2011

Museums and monsters are a great pairing. Try working at one late at night. It is totally creepy.

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