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Welcome to a World Where Cats Call the Shots.
Imagine recreating the saber-toothed cat for fun? The possibility sounds exciting, but the reality could be nightmarish. In Smilodon, the main character is drawn into in a world where man becomes the hunted. It is fast-paced fiction where cats change the rules and people run for their lives.
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Published November 20th 2010 by Paddock, James (first published 2003)
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Mary Paddock
Zechariah Price is a man in the midst of an identity crisis when he's offered the opportunity to write a book about a secret science experiment in the mountains of Montana. He accepts it (along with the large advance) and allows them to transport him to their isolated compound. There he finds not just scientists experimenting with saber toothed cats, but secrets layered upon secrets, hidden rooms, subterfuge, and mysterious murders (or are they accidents?). He quickly determines there is much m ...more
Toby Stenson
I had mixed emotions on this book. There were times that the story line was extremely compelling and I was unable to put it down. And then other times where I felt let down or that the story really didn't go anywhere. It was like at points there was this extreme build up only to be left wanting. All in all this was a good book and it kept me intruiged all the way through. Had there been a bit more gripping parts it would've been great.
Kerry Reis
A struggling freelance journalist is hired to write up the story of a secret project in a Montana compound. What he discovers is a DNA lab that has brought sabre-toothed cats back from extinction, but this is only the tip of a secret corporate project with severe ethical implications. This story is tense and definitely not for the squeamish and faint-hearted in some sections, but it definitely kept me enthralled.
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Dec 31, 2011 James Paddock rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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James Paddock spent his youth in the Big Sky Country, of Montana, graduating Charles M. Russell High School in Great Falls. The following forty-plus years include a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Idaho, service with the U.S. Navy, owner/operator of a small business in South Carolina, a career as a Graphic Designer and a marriage that produced three fine children, who then have p ...more
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