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As if this weren’t enough, a disaster is brewing that will wipe out half of Europe if it isn’t stopped in time.
The story centers around physicist Neil Aldridge, who discovers he too has the same power as Merrick. And when Merrick’s team tries to capture Aldridge, he’s intercepted by a secret special forces team who goes by the code name, KESTREL. The two sides race to stop the disaster while Aldridge, Merrick and their respective teams head towards a final confrontation.
If all that sounds a bit convoluted, well, it is, but Matt does a terrific job of keeping the story out of the realm of being too hokey and keeping the reader glued to the page.
If you like thrillers, I think you’ll find this a solid first attempt. It's very fast paced and tough to put down. I can't wait to see what's next from this author.
One problem I normally have with novels that unfold at this pace is you don’t get much time with the characters; they’re often secondary to the plot, and this is somewhat the case here. It may not be an issue going forward, however, since this is the first book in the KESTREL series. I'm sure we'll get to know these characters more as their adventures together continue.
If there is one flaw it’s that the main villain and our protagonist are too powerful and I never felt the people I was supposed to care about were ever in any real danger.
Still, I recommend this book. It grabs you from the get-go and takes you on a thrilling ride to the end where you’ll close it and think, “Man, I can’t wait for the next one.”
An European military task force is summoned to respond to a growing threat. A threat that hooks you in from the get-go. I started and couldn’t put it down.
Having read Schrödinger’s Kittens and The Search For Reality a few dozen times, this story really clicked for me. HINT: That book has to do with non-locality and multiple outcomes. That’s ALL I’m going to say.
While the storyline is really cool and kept me going, I could do without the head hopping. That sometimes threw me off a bit. Apart from that, each chapter steps up the action.
For more details about my review, visit GregLTurnquist dot com.
Schrodinger's Kittens and the Search for Reality: Solving the Quantum Mysteries
Neil Aldridge is about to become something much more than a physics professor. From his first coffee meeting with his estranged uncle, nothing is quite as it seems. Gemmell deftly sidesteps the obvious to create a fascinating cast of characters racing to prevent the storm of the millennium.
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