Research Island by Jesse Roman R.

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Research Island was an energetic and fun read. It was well-paced with an electrifying plot and a satisfying conclusion. It's the kind of book teenage boys would get a real kick out of and is reminiscent of books by Matthew Riley and the television series Lost. Whilst there is room for improvement, it is still an enjoyable read.
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David is an ordinary guy, just trying to graduate from college and find a decent job. However, the job offer thrust upon him isn’t ordinary, and it certainly isn’t decent. It’s fantastic. Before David knows it, he’s in a secret facility called Research Island, experimenting with microwave guns and prototype vehicles, resurrected animals and droids programmed to kill. But a plan to overtake the Island is set in motion, and chaos ensues. David survives for the moment, yet he must fight to recover his new home from a lurking evil as wild and unpredictable as the Island itself…
 

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Published March 21, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 188 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Rachael Rippon on Jan 27 2014

Research Island was an energetic and fun read. It was well-paced with an electrifying plot and a satisfying conclusion. It's the kind of book teenage boys would get a real kick out of and is reminiscent of books by Matthew Riley and the television series Lost. Whilst there is room for improvement, it is still an enjoyable read.

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