Exciting book about what could happen in contemporary America if there were a repeat of the greatest earthquake in U.S. history- not on the west coast but in New Madrid, Mo.
Good read about mulitipe earthquakes around the New Madrid Fault in the heart of the United States.
Starts with the very real possibility of a major earthquake in America's heartland, and goes on to build a well-written page-turner. Excellent fast-paced, edge-of-seat thriller.
Awesome, fast paced read.
Heart pounding in places. Very technical in others. If you like reading "end of everything" disaster stories, you'll love this.
This is a very good earthquake disaster novel taking place in the missisippi valley region.
if you like natural disaster stories, you'll love this one!
Excellent book. Very enjoyable read. At times, the plot seems a little diluted and tends to be predictable, but the science behind the writing is very interesting.
This is a good book overall with some typical and predictable mystery and romance. I did not believe the ending but I am a skeptic of such things. I did learn some things about earthquakes and earthquake science.
All in all, this is a pretty good story. Even tho it is a work of fiction, it does show what could happen along the Mississippi River valley, in the event of a major earthquake. It has the usual political (intrigue?) cover up of previous advance warning signs of a pending earthquake, like politicians, ignoring what the experts have been telling them all along, refusing to cooperate.