Leviathan

Title : Leviathan
Author:James Byron Huggins
Genre: Science Fantasy ( its a mix of SCI  FI and fantasy)
Pages: 482
July 29,2019

Description

On an Icelandic Island, an illegal experiment intended to create the perfect biological weapon has transformed a once-innocent creature into the biblical Leviathan that once terrorized the world. Able to shatter steel and granite as easily as it can melt the strongest containment shields, Leviathan escapes from its pen and is loose in a vast underground chamber harboring soldiers and scientists.
The installation cannot allow Leviathan to reach the surface. For if Leviathan reaches the world, it could well be the end of the Earth. They must hold the line, here, and destroy it… even if they must detonate a last-chance nuclear failsafe built into the chamber itself. But, first, they must fight with every weapon at their disposal to discover if the beast can be killed at all. 

It is a battle many will not survive. 

As soldiers and scientists are vaporized by Leviathan’s hellish flame, or ripped apart by the dragon’s claws and fangs, a lone electrical engineer is forced to join the fight. And in the midst of what might well be the last battle for Mankind, Connor must find a way – any way – to save his family and kill this powerful, bloodthirsty Beast of Legend that has never been killed before. 

As soldiers and scientists are vaporized by Leviathan’s hellish flame, or ripped apart by the dragon’s claws and fangs, a lone electrical engineer is forced to join the fight. And in the midst of what might well be the last battle for Mankind, Connor must find a way – any way – to save his family and kill this powerful, bloodthirsty Beast of Legend that has never been killed before. 

My thoughts
Rating:4.5
This is the second time I've ever read anything by James Byron Huggins , the first book was his book called Hunter which was also a Science Fantasy ( its a mix of SCI  FI and fantasy)and I read that last year, at the time I had no idea that he would become an author that I would like or even his books would be something that I would read, but after reading Hunter I knew I wanted to check out more of his book ,but I do have to say that when it comes to SCI FI or even to Fantasy I'm a little pick but as soon as I saw this one I knew I wanted to read to read , those just something about his way of bring his story to life that has hooked me , and I think its because of the way he mixes science and fantasy together , in this one he not only uses science but he also as Viking mythology to the story which helps being it together and some how it works. After reading this I looking forward to more of his books ,with that said I want to thank Netgalley for letting me read and review it exchange for my honest opinion