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The Dragon Factory by Jonathan Maberry

The Dragon Factory (edition 2010)

by Jonathan Maberry

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Title:The Dragon Factory
Authors:Jonathan Maberry
Info:St. Martin's Griffin (2010), Edition: 1, Paperback, 496 pages
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Enjoyed the story, editing was horrible!! Are manuscripts no longer proofread before they go to print? ( )
  dksturdivant | Mar 17, 2016 |
I really enjoyed the science of this book. It made for wonderful imagery. I was on the edge of my seat for most of the book. Honestly, I can't get enough of Ledger. I wasn't happy with Mr. Maberry due to what he did to one of the characters at the end (no spoilers!) and had to wait before picking up book 3. Bad, Maberry, bad! ( )
  TeachesNTennies | Oct 30, 2015 |
Jam-packed with madness. Joe Ledger and the DMS fight against another global threat. Honestly the kind of stuff I would love to write if I could. ( )
  JoshuaAtkins | Feb 3, 2015 |
This one might break you heart. Maberry is just cruel.

All of the Joe Ledger books are an odd but compelling mashup of military thriller and science fiction horror. Maberry writes a lot of detail, a lot of emotion, and a lot of action. ( )
  lesmel | Dec 8, 2014 |
A wonderful continuation of the Ledger series. It picks up shortly after Patient Zero and never loses a beat.
I enjoy the way Maberry writes. His style of writing is delightful in the way that he builds his characters in a way that you can relate to them regardless of which one it is. From Bunny to Top all are relatable.
I also like that he includes alot of cutting edge/new age ideas into his writing like the thoughts of Eugenics in this one. Few writers do that and even fewer do it as passionately. ( )
  JacobDecker | Apr 22, 2014 |
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To Randy and Fran Kirsch,
Charlie and Gina Miller,
Frank and Mary Lou Sessa,
and my blood brother, Arthue Mensch,

and, as always, to my beloved Sara Jo
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Otto Wirths was the second worst mass murderer in the history of the world.
"And while I admit I do have some 'moments,' if you call me insane again I'll have your hands cut off."
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Otto Wirths was the second-worst mass murderer in the history of the world. Compared to him Hitler, Stalin, Attila the Hun, and even Alexander the Great were amateurs, poseurs who could not hold a candle to Otto and his body count.

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