OPENING THE X-FILES…
Meet Mulder and Scully, FBI. The agency maverick and the female agent assigned to keep him in line.
Their job: investigate the eeriest unsolved mysteries in modern America, from pyro-psychics to death row demonics, from rampaging Sasquatches to alien invasions. The cases the Bureau wants handled quietly, but quickly, before the public finds out what's 'really' out there. And panics. The cases filed under 'X'.
Whirlwind is a great addition to the X-Files; it blends the normal with the paranormal in such a way as to make everything that happens believable, something that is difficult to... Read morePublished on 3 Dec. 2012 by J Gosling
This book is probably my favorite, next to WHIRLWIND (also a Charles Grant X-Files novel.) The beginning, with Mulder's friend, was funny, but I didn't like how he was killed. Read morePublished on 24 July 1999
I enjoyed it. It was alright, but not the best. There were a few spots where I'd have to read a paragraph two or three times until I got it, and then sometimes it still didn't... Read morePublished on 29 Mar. 1999
I was surprised about the previous comments about profanity. I don't recall it bothering me that much. Read morePublished on 30 Jan. 1999
I was offended with all the cussing. It's not like there was just a little bad language; geisers of profanity gushed out of this book! But I did give it two stars. Read morePublished on 24 Jan. 1999
I must admit, I bought this book because of the zeal of an X-File book. I had high expectations because from Kevin J. Anderson's books, I knew what was happening. Read morePublished on 23 Dec. 1998
The cursing was good. Mulder and Scully were just like on the show so all the other people who wrote bad reviews of this novel are just jealous because they didn't understand... Read morePublished on 15 Nov. 1998