The latest installment of The Thunder Valley Trilogy is out, and for fans of Solonitsyn's previous work, the exciting second book promises not to disappoint. The Final World Order, a continuation of the saga surrounding the end of the world and its only chance at salvation, is an exceptionally well-crafted science fiction piece that builds upon earlier installments by Russian born author Andre Solonitsyn and his wife, Nadezhda. The book is exciting, clear, and clever in its approach to the potential global threats of experimentation with genetically modified organisms. With the threat of total self-destruction seeming imminent, the best and brightest minds of Earth must come together in an effort to circumvent the extinction of our species, but many challenges lie ahead of these brave new kings and queens of the world as their second plan unfolds. Will this plan be better than their first failed attempt? The survival of our species depends on it in The Final World Order by Andre Solonitsyn, which is out now and ideal for any avid reader of science fiction, especially predictive style fiction that explores the ramifications of our scientific developments.
Saturday, July 12, 2014
...One person, along with his family and friends, must join forces with world leaders and even a supreme drug lord in the Valley of Thunder to devise a plan for saving everyone. They are the last hope; without them humanity is doomed. In order for total destruction to be circumvented, the best and brightest of our species must cooperate and even risk their very souls. It is an intense and exhilarating ride that takes them all around the world and even into the depths of hell. Find out what sacrifices must be made and what relationships must be tested in The Final World Order.
The Final World Order is the latest installment of The Thunder Valley Trilogy, an excellent and well-crafted science fiction collection by Andre Solonitsyn that deals with the design of an artificial being with superior degrees of intellect and mental functioning, a super artificial intelligence, so to speak. It will prove a delightful treat for any avid reader of science fiction, especially for those already familiar with the series. Solonitsyn and his wife, Nadezhda, are Russian by origin but are praised for their clear and precise approach to fiction writing. And the story is riveting in its conclusion. If you have missed any part of this series, then go back and catch up on the saga before diving into The Final World Order. You will not be disappointed.
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Friday, May 2, 2014
...McBride nearly lost his life in this Central American jungle decades prior, and now he must overcome some personal physical and mental obstacles in order to be successful in his mission. Well, that and he must also survive a showdown with the most brutal killer McBride could possibly hope to encounter...
...the killer he trained himself. Nathan McBride must be Ready to Kill.
Andrew Peterson is a well-known best-selling fiction author who specializes in military style (intelligence/operations-oriented) thrillers. Peterson has been writing fiction since the 1990s, and his warmly received Nathan McBride series is a favorite among thriller fanatics. The first installment of the series, First to Kill, was out in 2008, and Ready to Kill will serve as the fourth component to the oft-described “wildly popular series.”
Of course, fans of the Nathan McBride series will thoroughly enjoy this book, and there is a good chance that you already added this earlier to your “must-read” list for the year. If you are not already familiar with this series or Andrew Peterson's thriller-style fiction, then his most recent release, Ready to Kill, will definitely not disappoint. But you might want to consider starting the series from the beginning...
...For more information about Ready to Kill, the Nathan McBride novels, or the career of best-selling fiction writer Andrew Peterson, look no further than the following link: http://www.andrewpeterson.com/
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Captain Andy Jones is regarded as an impressive specimen. His mental and physical abilities have caught the attention of Dr. Minos, a scientist obsessed with the pursuit of labratory-based human brain growth. Following an impressive feat involving the evacuation of the failed Eden Village on planet Virginis wherein Captain Jones saves the life of an infant girl, Dr. Minos decides that Jones is the perfect subject for his disturbing scientific project. And Captain Jones is about to lose his head...in a very literal way. Find out what happens when the pursuit of science takes a sinister and inhuman turn in Now You're Dead by Alex Bexar. Bexar, who grew up as an atypical child in the rural South, has always had a passion for storytelling. In her new science fiction piece, she explores the problems of scientific pursuits without the balance of compassion and ethical foundations. For readers who love a solid and creative science fiction title with some powerful insights, do not miss Now You're Dead by Alex Bexar. If you want to learn more about the author, this book, or her other works, then check out the following link: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7622291.Alex_Bexar.
Science is a powerful tool for the advancement of our species, but when it is left unchecked by the principles of compassion and ethics, the pursuit of scientific breakthroughs can have drastic and sometimes gruesome consequences. Enter Dr. Minos, a scientist obsessed with growing a human brain in a laboratory setting. His twisted determination has led him to gain an interest in Captain Andy Jones, whose physical and mental capabilities far exceed those of any man Minos has ever known. After Jones successfully rescues an infant girl from the flames of the failed Eden Village on planet Virginis, it is Minos who decided that Jones is the perfect specimen for his murderous experiment. Now, Captain Jones is about to lose his head...
...in a very literal way.
Scienctific pursuits turn sinister in Now You're Dead by Alex Bexar. The author, who grew up in the rural South and loved stories dealing with the military and space travel, has explored the dangers of experimentation without the checks and balances of decency or any solid ethical foundation in her new book. She writes with clarity and a keen sense of what science fiction fanatics love.
If you enjoy a good science fiction read, then do not miss Alex Bexar's Now You're Dead, which is available online as an e-book this week. For those wishing to learn more about the author, this title, or additional books by the same author, look to the following profile, courtesy of GoodReads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7622291.Alex_Bexar.
Friday, December 6, 2013
When a faceless guerrilla fighter aligned with the resistance to overthrow Castro is pitted against a clever and deceptive Soviet agent, the result is a piece of historical fiction that masterfully blends fact with the exciting story of Eduardo Xiques, better known as Atcho. Exceptionally resourceful, well-trained, capable—Atcho is fully equipped to take on the mission assigned to him, that is until the safety of Isabel, his two year old daughter, is threatened by Govorov, the Soviet agent who will stop at nothing to gain information pertaining to Atcho's identity and whereabouts. Now that Isabel has been kidnapped, Atcho must navigate the treacherous trail leading to her rescue. But in order to save her and fulfill his assignment, he must use all of his specialized training in the process.
Curse the Moon: Atcho Rises is the latest suspenseful novel from author Lee Jackson. This is historical fiction at its finest, thrilling and engaging as it takes the reader along Atcho's journey into the tumultuous world of tenuous national alliances, military reconnaissance, and the struggle for political power. Jackson does a wonderful job of creating a real, multi-dimensional, and dynamic character in the form of Atcho, and his skill with weaving history into the framework of his stories is always evident.
This is a great reading selection for historical fiction fanatics, especially those with a particular interest in Castro-era Cuba (think Bay of Pigs specifically) and the oft-strained relationship between the US and the Soviet Union. Curse the Moon: Atcho Rises has what you are looking for and comes highly recommended. Find it now in bookstores everywhere. For more information about this book and its author, check out the following site: http://www.authorleejackson.com