By Clive Cussler, Paul Kemprecos
The Kurt Austin adventures keep growing exponentially, either in acceptance and compliment. “An very good series,” wrote Publishers Weekly of Lost City. “Kidnappings, hair’s-breadth escapes, fierce battles, unusual technological know-how, appealing girls and lots of motion upload as much as classic Cussler.”
His new one, although, is the main dramatic event yet.
Polar shift: it's the identify for a phenomenon that can have happened repeatedly long ago. At its weakest, it disorients birds and animals, and damages electric gear. At its worst, it reasons immense eruptions, earthquakes and climatic adjustments. At its very worst, it can suggest the obliteration of all residing matter….
Sixty years in the past, an eccentric Hungarian genius stumbled on how one can artificially set off one of these shift, yet then his paintings disappeared, or so it used to be idea. Now, the charismatic chief of an antiglobalization workforce plans to take advantage of it to offer the world’s industrialized countries a small jolt, prior to reversing the shift again back. the one challenge is, it can't be reversed. as soon as it starts off, there's not anything somebody can do.
Austin, Zavala, and the remainder of the NUMA specific Assignments workforce definitely have confronted dire events sooner than, yet by no means have they encountered whatever like this. This time . . .even they're too late.
wealthy with all of the hair-raising motion and never-ending mind's eye that experience become Cussler’s hallmarks, Polar Shift is an excellent thriller—indeed, “vintage Cussler.”