Leviathan by James Byron Huggins

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In a cyberspace experiment deep beneath an Arctic island, Electromagnetic Chromosomal Manipulation recreates man's most ancient nightmare. Searching to possess a living weapon that can bring every nation to its knees, scientists spawn a dark legend that once trembled the Earth, a beast that heralds the end of the world.
 

About James Byron Huggins

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James Byron Huggins is the author of "Cain, Leviathan, The Reckoning, " and "A Wolf Story." A former soldier, cop, and award-winning journalist, he lives in Decatur, Alabama.
 
Published June 5, 2013 by James Byron Huggins. 382 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Cast from the mold of Michael Crichton's cautionary tales about scientific excess but given a Christian glaze, this novel pits one Jackson Connor--whose initials aren't incidental--against a monster c

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Cast from the mold of Michael Crichton's cautionary tales about scientific excess but given a Christian glaze, this novel pits one Jackson Connor--whose initials aren't incidental--against a monster created through genetic manipulation.

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