Praise for Dry Ice:
It’s a great plot, scarier than a terrifying tornado, stronger than a horrible hurricane, but don’t worry, Bill Evans will bring you home safe and sound.”
“Engrossing . . . features cutting-edge science and a globe-threatening attack that reads like tomorrow's terrifying headlines. Weather wonks will be in heaven.”
“Dry Ice is packed with weather disasters—and no one knows bad weather better than Bill Evans. His expert’s touch makes Dry Ice compelling reading.”
--George Stephanopoulos, Anchor, Good Morning America and ABC News Chief Political Correspondent
“Dry Ice excites and entertains from first page to last. Not just a great thriller, it’s sometimes funny and always deeply human.”
“If you thought you knew Bill Evans from his affable, New York TV weathercasts, think again. In Dry Ice, he proves to be a meteorological Merlin who conjures up a gripping plot twister. Hang on to your raincoats, people. We ain't in Kansas anymore!”
--Tom Bergeron, Host, Dancing with the Stars
“Evans skillfully wields his knowledge of meteorology to develop weather as a compelling and fearsome character in the action of the story. Bad weather has never been this good!”
--Sam Champion, ABC-TV Weather Editor
Praise for Category 7:
"A superb thriller. Suspenseful and shocking."--Clive Cussler, New York Times bestselling author
"A fast-paced action-adventure that promises a rousing finale and delivers it."--Booklist
Bill Evans is the multiple Emmy Award-winning senior meteorologist for WABC, Channel 7 in New York City. He can be heard on WPLJ Radio and has appeared on Good Morning, America and many other television programs. Evans and his family live in Connecticut.
Marianna Jameson has extensive experience writing for the aerospace, defense, and software industries. She is also the author of Big Trouble and My Hero. She lives in Texas.
Together, Evans and Jameson have written the New York Times bestseller Category 7, as well as Frozen Fire.
It was interesting. Learned a lot about weather and it was a fast read Some of the characters were left hanging, you did not know what happened to themPublished 12 months ago by Melinda E Hand
This is a decent read, a high tech summertime thriller. I say summertime, as it is a quick read, great for a couple of days trapped in a car or moving through airports. Read morePublished on May 14, 2013 by CRP Ag
A station full of scientists and engineers spend four days trying to hack into a computer system while millions die, but can't figure out how to cut the power without crashing a... Read morePublished on November 9, 2012 by Charles Hallback
This was an enjoyable thriller about weather and earth manipulation. Based on the works of Nicola Tesla, the story has the female protagonist take over from a mad senior... Read morePublished on October 6, 2012 by Fred Rayworth
On the one hand, I like the concept of this novel, the idea of weather being wielded as a weapon. And I like the amount of solid science in this novel. Read morePublished on October 2, 2012 by Elizabeth M. Wade
Please believe the less than stellar reviews posted here and don't, as I did, waste half a day of your life slogging through this pointless dribble. Read morePublished on May 13, 2012 by hypnotoad
Weatherman and ABC news anchor Bill Evans co-writes another thriller that is based on the threat of the elements around us ---- specifically, the weather. Read morePublished on April 19, 2012 by Ray J. Palen Jr.
For a while, I enjoyed this book. The setup was okay, and the writing about par for the genre.
But I kept asking myself "Why don't they just shut down the array? Read more
Though it started slowly, Dry Ice quickly became the kind of novel you can't put down. I didn't want to sleep, didn't want to eat, didn't want to work. Read morePublished on October 12, 2011 by Lauretta A. Farrell