Book Reviews of The Einstein Papers (John Taft, Bk 1)

The Einstein Papers (John Taft, Bk 1)
The Einstein Papers - John Taft, Bk 1
Author: Craig Dirgo
ISBN-13: 9780671023225
ISBN-10: 0671023225
Publication Date: 4/1/2000
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Lots of action in the spy / thriller / intrigue genre, though not really my cup of tea.
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Albert Einstein referred to it as the Unified Field Theory. He knew that combined with his Theory of Relativity, its consequences were too horrifying to contemplate. And for half a century, the truth remained buried---until now.
The Chinese are on the threshold of unraveling the mystery of Einstein's fabled Unified Field Theory. Soon they will possess a weapon more devastating than any nuclear arsenal. If something is not done immediately whats left of the United States will be on the bottom rung of a new World Order.
A great read, I loved every page of it.
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Excelent!
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This is a page turner that crosses the world several times from hidden locations in China, to Maryland and D.C. in the U.S., to the volatile Middle East and back again . . .

From back cover: Craig Dirgo teamed up with Clive Cussler, for the #1 bestseller Clive Cussler and Dirk Pitt Revealed. He also co-authored The Sea Hunters with Cussler, which was another best seller. Now, Dirgo makes his fiction debut with this brilliantly conceived tale that buries the atomic age and spawns a new superweapon as earth-shattering as it is ingenious.

But nothing has prepared anti-terrorist operative John Taft for his next assignment. As unnatural disasters threaten the world's oil supplies and the Middle East teeters on the brink of war, the Chinese are on the threshold of unraveling the mystery of Einstein's fabled Unified Field Theory. Soon they will possess a weapon more devastating than any nuclear arsenal. And unless something is done immediately, what's left of the United States will be on the bottom rung of a new world order.
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good action, and lots of suspense.
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Very interesting plot.
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Very interesting and very hacked. Even calls on the master Cussler.