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Relic (Pendergast, #1)

Just days before a massive exhibition opens at the popular New York Museum of Natural History, visitors are being savagely murdered in the museum’s dark hallways and secret rooms. Autopsies indicate that the killer cannot be human…

But the museum’s directors plan to go ahead with a big bash to celebrate the new exhibition, in spite of the murders.

Museum researcher Margo G

But the museum’s directors plan to go ahead with a big bash to celebrate the new exhibition, in spite of the murders.

Museum researcher Margo Green must find out who-or what-is doing the killing. But can she do it in time to stop the massacre?
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    Sean Gibson

    Dec 09, 2015

    rated it
    really liked it

    Sometimes I really want a hot dog.

    I don’t care that it’s filled with crunchy bits of pig hoofs or that it’s encased in a horse’s transverse colon or even that it will provide enough sodium to last me for the next 75 years. I just want to bite into that thick, juicy tube o’ meat and let the uniquely succulent flavor of indulgence course through my veins even as it drips greasy trails of superfluous yumminess down my chin.

    That’s kind of how I feel about thrillers. I don’t read them all the time,

    I don’t care that it’s filled with crunchy bits of pig hoofs or that it’s encased in a horse’s transverse colon or even that it will provide enough sodium to last me for the next 75 years. I just want to bite into that thick, juicy tube o’ meat and let the uniquely succulent flavor of indulgence course through my veins even as it drips greasy trails of superfluous yumminess down my chin.

    That’s kind of how I feel about thrillers. I don’t read them all the time, but every once in a while, the mood strikes, and I just want—nay, NEED—one. It doesn’t matter that it may be full of clunky expository dialogue or stock characters or logic-defying plot twists; as long as it’s taut and tense and keeps the pages turning, I want it in my literary gullet.

    And, boy, did I treat Messrs. Preston and Child like a hearty Oscar Mayer Selects Smoked Uncured Angus Beef Frank vis-à-vis insertion into said gullet. I charred them to perfection, slathered them with ketchup, and just about swallowed them whole.

    Relic was exactly what I was in the mood for: a dark and mysterious page-turning thriller, one set IN A MUSEUM, no less (I’m hard pressed to think of a more perfect setting)—one that incorporated history and myth in equal measure, and one, due to the date of its publication, that didn’t rely TOO much on new-fangled technology to play deus ex machina (with one notable exception that I shan’t spoil).

    This is the kind of thriller I especially like—there are nods to character development (even if they don’t necessarily go anywhere), and the central investigative figure—FBI Agent Pendergast—is both entertaining and compelling, a fastidious Holmes archetype with a southern drawl and just the tiniest bit of menace.

    It was creepy, it was engrossing, it was set IN A MUSEUM (did I mention that? Because that really was a stroke of genius…rooms full of dusty old relics, access to a warren of tunnels underneath New York City, a gathering place for super smart academic types well suited to chasing down clues of both a historical and scientific nature…brilliant)…it was, in short, a worthy read, and I will undoubtedly check out Mr. Pendergast and company’s next adventure.

    Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to go wash the fetid goat stink out of my clothes, because there’s a lot of that going on in this story. And it’s kind of gross. But, an effective descriptive device.
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    Sarah

    Feb 24, 2017

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Have you ever read a book that was so intense and absorbing in some areas you were reading so fast, and you thought, ”did I read all of that part ?” This is one of those books.
    I have to thank Matthew for his recommendation on this one.
    This was an enjoyable thriller read for me. Since I had worked before in an Art Museum as security personal and then curator, I could place myself in that atmosphere.
    It was a great thriller with different twists
    I can’t wait to read more from these authors
    This is


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    Mike (the Paladin)

    This is another book (series of books) I was introduced to by my late wife (we were married 34 years before she passed so there were quite a few books we ended up sharing, sometimes to the surprise of each of us. I introduced her to things like epic fantasy she “introed” me to things like, well Preston/Child or Koontz). I am surprised not only that I liked it (them) but that I decided to give it 4 stars.

    This is a surprisingly absorbing read and the Pendergast character while he could have ended

    This is a surprisingly absorbing read and the Pendergast character while he could have ended up a caricature works very well. You come to know him and like him (even if it would be a lot like being friends with Superman).

    This book can be enjoyed on several different levels and you can think about it or not pretty much as the mood hits you.

    So, no spoilers, a threat from the jungle invades the museum…. It turns out to be more than what we might first think of as a threat from the “natural world”, at least the “natural world” we’re familiar with. This is a bit of a genre bending title and comes closest to a cross between horror and urban fantasy. I suppose the closest comparison I might make would be with the repairman Jack books. Of course, Jack is a somewhat more believable “human” than Pendergast who seems to be a master of all disciplines eastern and western and tough enough to make the incredible Hulk pale (green) if he happened to know what he was up against in the tall painfully thin Special Agent in unrelieved black.

    Lots of fun, lots of action, pure brain candy.

    Pretty good book. Enjoy.
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