Chrysalis: A Thriller (Jeremy Logan Series #6) (Hardcover)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 6 in the Jeremy Logan Series series.
- #1: Deep Storm (Jeremy Logan Series #1) (Paperback): $18.65
- #2: Terminal Freeze (Jeremy Logan Series #2) (Paperback): $16.00
- #3: The Third Gate (Jeremy Logan Series #3) (Mass Market): $10.99
- #4: The Forgotten Room (Jeremy Logan Series #4) (Paperback): $10.99
- #5: Full Wolf Moon: A Novel (Jeremy Logan Series #5) (Paperback): $10.99
A blockbuster new thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Lincoln Child, centered on a dominant tech company—Chrysalis—whose groundbreaking virtual reality technology is redefining the way we live . . . and possibly introducing a catastrophic danger to the world.
Like millions of people around the world, Jeremy Logan (famed enigmalogist, or investigator of unexplained things) has grown to rely on his incredible new tech device. Made by Chrysalis, the global multibillion dollar tech company, the small optical device connects people in a stunning new way, tapping into virtual reality for the first time on a wide scale.
And yet, when Logan is summoned by Chrysalis to investigate a disturbing anomaly in the massive new product rollout, Logan is shocked to see the true scope of the massive company. He also quickly realizes that something in Chrysalis’s technology is very wrong, and could be potentially devastating. The question is what, and where, is the danger coming from? In Lincoln Child’s wildly inventive new novel, high tech comes to life alongside the myriad dangers it poses, making for one of Child’s most infectious, entertaining thrillers to date.
About the Author
LINCOLN CHILD is the New York Times bestselling author of Full Wolf Moon, The Forgotten Room, The Third Gate, Terminal Freeze, Deep Storm, Death Match, and Lethal Velocity, as well as coauthor, with Douglas Preston, of numerous New York Times bestsellers, most recently, Bloodless. He lives in Sarasota, Florida.
“As Child masterfully ratchets up the tension, he makes even secondary figures feel real enough for readers to worry about their survival prospects. Michael Crichton fans will find a lot to like.”—Publishers Weekly
“Logan’s fans won’t be disappointed—and it’s an enjoyable stand-alone thriller, so it’s not necessary to read the series in order. Plenty of imagination, with a peek at plausible near-future technology.”—Kirkus Reviews