Days' End

Days End Nysa is an up and coming DNA retrieval expert well known in the scientific community for her advances in the technology used in the field After being recruited to work on a secret project by an extrao

  • Title: Days' End
  • Author: Scott L. Collins
  • ISBN: 9781432739911
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nysa is an up and coming DNA retrieval expert well known in the scientific community for her advances in the technology used in the field After being recruited to work on a secret project by an extraordinarily wealthy and mysterious benefactor, Nysa is moved to a hidden lab outside Denver, Colorado Isolated from the world and forbidden from contact with anyone outside thNysa is an up and coming DNA retrieval expert well known in the scientific community for her advances in the technology used in the field After being recruited to work on a secret project by an extraordinarily wealthy and mysterious benefactor, Nysa is moved to a hidden lab outside Denver, Colorado Isolated from the world and forbidden from contact with anyone outside the facility, she is unaware of the strange occurrences that begin to plague the planet Her fiance Alastair becomes concerned about her welfare and, with the help of his father, begins a frantic search for her They soon come to realize that their quest is producing questions than answers, and some very unsettling questions at that Only one person, the silent man financing the operation, knows the true nature of the experiment Although unaware of his true identity, Alastair comes to realize his foe will stop at nothing to see the experiment through to it s completion.

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    • I have just finished this book and thoroughly enjoyed it. It was recommended on the Kindle boards forum and I read the ebook version, thought it's also available in paperback. It has sci-fi, thriller, love story and apocalyptic elements and it's difficult to say too much about what happens without giving anything away - I certainly didn't guess what was coming, though others might. One of the tags for the book on says 'techno thriller' and I think that probably sums it up best for me.I must say [...]


    • "Nysa is an up and coming DNA retrieval expert well known in the scientific community for her advances in the technology used in the field. After being recruited to work on a secret project by an extraordinarily wealthy and mysterious benefactor, Nysa is moved to a hidden lab outside Denver, Colorado. Isolated from the world and forbidden from contact with anyone outside the facility, she is unaware of the strange occurrences that begin to plague the planet. Her fiance Alastair becomes concerned [...]


    • Days’ EndBy Scott L. CollinsWithin the first few pages of “Days’ End” by Scott L. Collins I was completely taken by this electrifying, fascinating read. As I dove into this consuming tale, I was stunned at the author’s obvious research and scientific knowledge and impressed at how he tied every inch of this complicated tale together. “Days’ End” forces readers to contemplate greed, science and god? How far will some go to get what they want, whether that be money, death or to sav [...]


    • This was an awesome book! My only complaint was too short. I was glad to see that there will be more from this author. Such a great story, and very well written. I like that the romantic angle is there, but not overplayed or cheesy. You can see what's coming in regards to the "project" Nysa is asked to work on, mostly because the italicized thoughts of the 'bad guy' (not to give anything away) in between chapters. That was great. It really helped to pull everything together. I GREATLY enjoyed th [...]


    • I thoroughly enjoyed the flow and character development in Days' End. The main plot-line was thought-provoking and built intrigue as the story progressed. I have always enjoyed stories built on historical or religious backgrounds and this book pulled off the difficult task of keeping a religious-based theme appealing to all readers, not only Christian readers.I thought that the characters were likable and the descriptions of scenery and locations were excellent. Will be looking for the next book [...]


    • Overall, this was a very enjoyable read. Like others, I was hooked by the initial premise, and my interest matured as the book developed.I did see where the story was going after the first quarter or so and thought it to be (far as I'm aware) a very original idea.The reason the book didn't make it to a five star review for me was because of the final quarter of the book. The author left a lot of questions unanswered, usually I like that as it adds a mystery that you continue to think about after [...]


    • This is a story about a woman (Nysa) who is at the top of her field in DNA retrieval at UCLA. She is head hunted by a strange gentleman for a project she knows nothing about but will pay top dollar for her services. She agrees, on the understanding she must have no contact with the outside world for the duration of the project, and tell no one where she is going. When a series of natural disasters prompts her boyfriend (Alistair) to try and find her, the project and his search suddenly are not q [...]


    • Enter Contest Here: thetbrpile.weebly/1/post/2This was a great book. I enjoyed the fact that the chapters were short, it meant that I could read it quickly in short bursts. As it happened I found it extremely hard to put down. The basic plot (which I can't divulge as it would give too much away) is a good one, and had me gripped to the end.The characters were solid and although the story played out with only three main characters, I didn't feel the story suffered. The ending was as sudden as it [...]


    • What would happen if advanced DNA splicing and cloning techniques fell into the wrong hands? Headhunted for a project she knows little about, scientist Nysa becomes an unwitting accessory.Days’ End is a fast and compelling read with a shocking but satisfying ending.This is probably just me, but it took me a little while to work out what the POV/first person switch at the end of the early chapters was all about. It didn’t detract from the story, though, and overall it was a most enjoyable rea [...]


    • Although I felt that the book ended a little abruptly, "Days' End" was a real page turner in every sense of the word. Scott Collins' novel was very hard to put down and it just sucks you in right from the start. There were so many twists and turns, that one just couldn't help be enthralled. Overall, with the ending aside, I did enjoy "Days' End" and recommend you buy a copy today. - Aidan Lucid, author of "The Zargothian Tales: Return of the Son of Hamorin"


    • This book captured my interest right from the start with good character development and an interesting story line. The change in viewpoint at the end of each chapter took a while to get used to, but it adds mystery to the story as it unfolds and I liked how it developed. It's a good value and I look forward to seeing more from this author.


    • Great book - well written - kept my interest couldn't wait to see what happen next or how the main character would get the information.


    • Really a good, fast paced read. Wasn't the ending I had drawn up in my head, but certainly a neat way to close.



    • I really liked Days' End - it was an intellectual thriller - the kind I like. Sort of "Da Vinci Code-esque" - I really liked the characters and the pace too. And the end is great. Yay, Scott Collins


    • I liked this book a lot.Nyssa is offered a job.It is SO secretive she can't communicate with anyone or see what is going on in the world until it is over.People start to die, some horrendously.When her fiancé tries to find her he runs into a lot of trouble.What can be SO secret?The truth is unimaginable. A good read narrated nicely by Kevin Gallagher.I was provided this book free by the author,narrator or publisher.


    • I was very disappointed by this novel. I generally don't read 'religious' books, and I would not classify this as such. Yes, you have to accept the premise of Christianity, but you don't have to be a Christian to do that. I accept that a cat can come back to life after being buried in a haunted 'semetary' when I read Stephen King, so this concept was not difficult for me to accept. It actually has promise to be an interesting story (the reason I gave it two stars) but it seems as if the author w [...]


    • Was one of my "recommended" books from Kindle/. Sounds interesting and my type of genre. The reviews were also very good, (price was right too!). Going to give this a read.Okay, today I finsihed the book and over all an okay read. I thought the writting quite "cheesey" at points but the over all story entertaining. Worth the price on Kindle/ all day long. Like Next from Michael Crichton, story makes us all ponder what can or will happen when science brings us to the point where we can easily clo [...]


    • Great Read! I love books that challenge us tho think about what can happen when genetic engineering capabilities fall into the wrong hands. The characters were easy to connect with and I loved the short chapters which allowed me to stop when I needed to. I felt that the story was very well written and paced wonderfully. I think teens will eat this one up for sure! I would definitely recommend reading "Day's End" and I look forward to reading more from Scott L. Collins.


    • This was a great concept, and really had me hooked through the first two thirds of the book then it appears the author became rushed and hurried up to finish. The ending left you hanging wanting a heck of a lot more - he just stopped and that made me mad and felt like I wasted my time - but I don't think I will purchase a sequel if there is a sequel.It is a great concept with the end of times, references to the book of Revelation without the in your face trying to convert you, complete with grat [...]


    • Da Vinci Code, Coma, Jurassic Park and Left Behind Combined in a storyFrom the start, this book was difficult for me to enjoy due to its overly gritty, crass and graphic writing style, but its narration kept me engaged. The book consists of a mix of many different and somewhat interesting movie plots compressed into a single storyline having a more noir feeling. Mixing all of these aspects of other movies into a single story does not mean it gets one or any of them right. For me it just did not [...]


    • 3.5 starsWhile the story is creative and entertaining it took me a long time to get into it. The story grabs you from the start with "This was to be his last day on earth". Then basically slows down and slowly builds back up again. The story switches back and forth in the beginning in a confusing/choppy kind of way, because your not sure what is going on or who the players are. Which works great in many stories but just felt off for me in this story. Once the story gets going though it is a very [...]


    • "I randomly acquired this book when I accidentally walked in on a book signing and bought the book 1) because it was set in Colorado and 2) the author was sitting there looking at me. I'm glad I made the purchase. I think this story is very original and has satisfying twists and turns. Sometimes the language gets a big cheesy, but mostly the book moves quickly and has good characters. I docked half a star because of the language and a whole star because I HATED the ending. The rest of the book, [...]


    • “This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”I figured out this mystery not too far into this audiobook. There was romance, secret projects that no one is allowed to speak about. I can't say too much so I won't spoil plot!The narration was well done.The characters were well portrayed.


    • Pretty good overall, but a very dissapointing ending. I like a story that has an ending that makes you think, that doesn't, as my mother said, "tie it up with a pretty little bow", but this was ridiculous, it's like the story just stopped. It left the whole concept of the story unexplored.


    • An unoriginal book, written poorly, and with a dismal ending. It's amazing how many .99 novels there are in the Kindle store (self-published or very small publishers). This one looked interesting, and it was mildly so (or I would not have finished it).


    • The first half was better than the second half, and the ending was too abrupt and incomplete. The plot was intriguing but not written as well as it could have been.


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