Absolutely one of the better books, that holds interest until the very last line of text. Background information (military), scientific research, and imagination make this an almost mesmerizing story. Well written, holds your interest all the way through. Thoroughly enjoyable.
This book was a real grabber. It was a little scary because it seemed so real. I would recommend it.
The book is about terrorists who set off nuclear bombs underneath the Ross ice shelf in Anartica causing a tidal wave up to 1000 feet high in some areas of the Pacific Ocean wiping out entire islands. Need to read it.
a great book, a thriller that will keep you in suspense throughout
This is one of my favorite books, hands down. I cannot understand how this hasn't been made into a movie yet. The characters are interesting and engaging even when you want to slap them, the conflict interesting, the motives thought provoking-on both sides, and, well... I just want to be Wilhelmina Bailey.
The book deals with the standard danger, adventure, love-hate, world-in-peril conflict as well as the ideals of heroism and sacrifice, sometimes in surprising and sometimes in tragic ways.
I have no idea if the science is reasonable or complete BS and the language is repetitive at times; but who cares? If you love adventure and suspense and like to imagine the CGI as you go along, read this book.