Metal Skeleton

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
An oil tanker lost at sea. An entire village in the Amazon gone without a trace. A single body washes ashore in Lima, Peru. An unlikely team of an anthropologist, a police officer and an FBI agent search for answers, and find themselves on a mysterious artificial island. What they discover appears to be a social experiment gone wrong. Or maybe it is going exactly as planned… More
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About Taylor Col

I have loved reading as long as I can remember. My favorite authors are Matthew Reilly, Michael Crichton, William Gibson and Clive Cussler. Now I would like to contribute to the literary community and write some works of my own. I am currently pursuing a B.S. in Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida. I enjoy writing as a hobby and it helps me take my mind off all the work I have to do for school. If you like my work or would like to recommend something for me to read, please do not hesitate to reach out to me. I would love to hear from you!

Reviews

Review by: Chad Ruggerio on March 23, 2018 :
This reminded me of Clive Cussler because it was high tech and mysterious.
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Review by: PaulS972 on Feb. 20, 2018 :
Good adventure and sci fi with plenty of twists and turns in the plot. I saw this recommended by MT in a G+ forum. Worth the read, it's a guick one.
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Review by: Malcolm Torres on Jan. 7, 2018 :
This book cleverly combines a high tech crime thriller with science fiction and anthropology. Since I'm a nut for sea stories, I liked the settings, which are aboard ships and an artificial island covered by a mysterious jungle. The chapters are each about one page, which makes it a quick read. Every time I thought about taking a break from reading I just gobbled up a few more chapters. The story moves quickly introducing the main characters, getting them caught up in the plot and action. This is an excellent first novel by an exciting new writer.
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