The Doomsday Key - James Rollins

The Doomsday Key

By James Rollins

  • Release Date: 2009-06-23
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 525 Ratings


“James Rollins knows adventure.”

—Chicago Sun Times

With The Doomsday Key—the latest Sigma Force blockbuster from New York Times bestselling author James Rollins—the critically acclaimed thrill-master continues to dazzle with an electrifying combination of history, religion, science, and adventure. The hero of Map of Bones, The Black Order, and other exceptional Rollins roller-coaster rides, Commander Pierce returns to solve a centuries-old secret, one coded in prophecies of doom—in a story that fans of Michael Crichton, Douglas Preston, and Indiana Jones will not be able to put down!


  • Truly a page turner!

    By ReistLaxCoach
    This is my first James Rollins book read... and it, along with others, was introduced to me by the "$3.99 and under" book list provided by iTunes. This is truly one of those books that the pages keep turning... hard to put down! I had knee surgery on Friday, and had the book done by Sunday afternoon... and am looking forward to the next Rollins book that I purchase! Shame of it is, now all his books are out of that "$3.99 and under" category. However, if the others are like this, they will be well worth the price! Seems to me that his writing is in the vein of Robert Ludlum, so if you enjoy that type of writing, this should be right up your alley!
  • Riveting

    By DrStorm
    This is the first Rollins Sigma saga book that I've read in a while and absolutely just realized how much I love this author and his story telling. After reading Tom Clancy's latest Novel "Dead or Alive" I realized how much better Rollins is - better story telling, and far easier to follow than Clancy, and Doomsday does not disappoint at all! Fast paced and "can't put down"...
  • Doomsday Key

    By Nimina
    Absolutely loved this book. Great blend of history, mystery and suspense.
  • Great sigma story

    By BigBadBob2
    i prefer Rollins stand alone novels to his sigma novels but this one was very good. Second only to "map of bones", the best sigma novel by far.
  • Great book

    By Banthaman
    Great book from start to finish!