Jeremy Robinson has topped his previous efforts with his new book, Kronos. I felt that Kronos had just the right blend of history, science, Biblical speculation, and action. It contained a very cool and original monster and deeply intriguing characters. I also felt that this book wasn`t nearly as “over the top” as his previous novels, Raising the Past and Antarktos Rising. Don`t get me wrong, I like “over the top”, but I felt that Kronos appealed to a much broader audience, while still maintaining a comparable level of action.
Another interesting aspect of Kronos is that Jeremy Robinson is giving the audio version of the book away for free as a podcast on podiobooks.com (http://podiobooks.com/title/kronos). I listened to the audio version (had already purchased the paperback), and the quality of the production is definitely as good as the average audiobook. If you choose to listen the podcast version of the book and enjoy it, remember that you can make a donation to the author through the podiobooks.com website.
I would highly recommend this book, especially to fans of James Rollins, Steve Alten, and Peter Benchley.