Book Reviews of Blackout

Blackout
Blackout
Author: John J. Nance
ISBN-13: 9780330481915
ISBN-10: 0330481916
Publication Date: 3/9/2001
Rating:
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5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Pan MacMillan
Book Type: Paperback
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good mystery--will make you want to read more of John J. Nance's books
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Excellent read, good to the last page.
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From the master of aviation fiction comes this white-knuckle adventure. Airliners are inexplicably plunging to destruction along with the unfortunate passengers. If the usual reasons, pilot error,missile attack,or plane malfunction are not the cause, could it be something more insiduous?
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Fun read with a good twist at the end...........
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***** Hard to put down
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YA-Opening with a Boeing 747 rising from the Hong Kong airport, this gripping novel grabs readers from the first page. Within minutes, a flash of light illuminates the cockpit, blinds the pilot, and causes the jet to plummet, killing everyone onboard. Kat Bronsky, an FBI agent and terrorism specialist, is called in to investigate. Questions soon arise as to the involvement of outside forces. When another commercial jet suffers the same fate, Kat finds that other government agencies are asking questions as well as covering up information. Readers are taken on a spine-tingling adventure as passengers in yet another doomed jet struggle to save themselves and discover that someone does not want any witnesses. Thus, Agent Bronsky and the remaining survivors must go on the run. They cannot trust anyone except themselves as there appear to be governmental leaks, and several attempts are made on their lives. Bronsky tracks the mystery from the Orient, across the Pacific to the American Northwest where readers are treated to vivid descriptions of both the varying landscapes and cultural influences. A fast-paced adventure with many ups and downs ending in a surprise, edge-of-your-seat showdown.
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Very interesting story. Good, fast paced read.
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The Boeing 747-400 rises through a beautiful Hong Kong sunset on its way to Los Angeles. But within minutes of take-off the plane is rocked by a mystery explosion just outside the cockpit, which leaves one pilot dead and the other totally blinded. While hundreds of passengers hold on for their lives, an amateur onboard team struggles desperately to manuever the huge machine to a safe landing. But soon they become aware that they are still being targeted...
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A great Novel
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this a thriller-type book and a fun read
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This is a very enjoyable book
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Fabulous Very good read.