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This is not a book that one can put down once started; Hepworth is enthralling and unexpected. His clever plot twists are flawless and his understanding of human nature is frighteningly accurate. One cannot read this and walk away from it unscathed, you will be haunted by it! ~ Charla White As a series of bizarre climate-related events occur across our planet, it seems t This is not a book that one can put down once started; Hepworth is enthralling and unexpected. His clever plot twists are flawless and his understanding of human nature is frighteningly accurate. One cannot read this and walk away from it unscathed, you will be haunted by it! ~ Charla White As a series of bizarre climate-related events occur across our planet, it seems the world is edging towards a catastrophic tipping point. Rex Daingerfield is the owner of a giant fracking company that seeks to exploit a rich seam of gas in the environmentally sensitive Greenland ice shelf. But Daingerfield has a nemesis – his daughter. Born to an Egyptian mother, she is inducted as the Oracle of the Temple of Sekhmet. Her role is to protect the earth from the likes of her father. The Oracle recruits the world’s greatest negotiator, Sam Jardine, to convince her father to change his destructive business model. But a secret society of the rich and powerful stands to profit from the chaos that has gripped the world. Led by an errant priest from the Temple of Sekhmet, he will do anything to stop Jardine. As the planet edges closer to disaster, Jardine is confronted by politicians, lobbyists, vested interests – even his own radicalised half-brother – all of whom stand to gain from the mayhem about to be unleashed.


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This is not a book that one can put down once started; Hepworth is enthralling and unexpected. His clever plot twists are flawless and his understanding of human nature is frighteningly accurate. One cannot read this and walk away from it unscathed, you will be haunted by it! ~ Charla White As a series of bizarre climate-related events occur across our planet, it seems t This is not a book that one can put down once started; Hepworth is enthralling and unexpected. His clever plot twists are flawless and his understanding of human nature is frighteningly accurate. One cannot read this and walk away from it unscathed, you will be haunted by it! ~ Charla White As a series of bizarre climate-related events occur across our planet, it seems the world is edging towards a catastrophic tipping point. Rex Daingerfield is the owner of a giant fracking company that seeks to exploit a rich seam of gas in the environmentally sensitive Greenland ice shelf. But Daingerfield has a nemesis – his daughter. Born to an Egyptian mother, she is inducted as the Oracle of the Temple of Sekhmet. Her role is to protect the earth from the likes of her father. The Oracle recruits the world’s greatest negotiator, Sam Jardine, to convince her father to change his destructive business model. But a secret society of the rich and powerful stands to profit from the chaos that has gripped the world. Led by an errant priest from the Temple of Sekhmet, he will do anything to stop Jardine. As the planet edges closer to disaster, Jardine is confronted by politicians, lobbyists, vested interests – even his own radicalised half-brother – all of whom stand to gain from the mayhem about to be unleashed.

30 review for The Last Oracle: A Climate Fiction Thriller

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Tooker

    Politics, Terror and Treason battle with a dead religion in the newest Sam Jardine Thriller The Last Oracle is the third in the Sam Jardine crime thrillers series of books by Christopher Hepworth. Set some time after the close of the Wulff Agenda, negotiator Sam Jardine has now joined the Daingerfield Oil company. Led by the often-brutal oil magnate Rex Daingerfield, Sam finds himself paired with his daughter Sienna in a bid for the fracking company to expand into renewable energy. Sam accompanie Politics, Terror and Treason battle with a dead religion in the newest Sam Jardine Thriller The Last Oracle is the third in the Sam Jardine crime thrillers series of books by Christopher Hepworth. Set some time after the close of the Wulff Agenda, negotiator Sam Jardine has now joined the Daingerfield Oil company. Led by the often-brutal oil magnate Rex Daingerfield, Sam finds himself paired with his daughter Sienna in a bid for the fracking company to expand into renewable energy. Sam accompanies Sienna to Egypt as she resumes her post as the “Oracle of Sehkmet” while he is to head up the new solar division of Daingerfield. Aided by a beautiful, well connected executive, Sam attempts to keep the fledgling company afloat but learns that this may not be easy. When a group of engineers in his employ are attacked and annihilated by radical Islamic terrorists, Sam finds himself rescued and nursed back to health by the Oracle. While under Sienna’s care, Sam learns how close the Earth is to an environmental crisis and vows to help her stop it, even if this means opposing his employer’s fracking operations. As Sam undertakes this task he quickly learns that this will involve confronting terrorists, corrupt politicians and a shadow society all seeking to stop him to further their own agendas. This latest installment in Sam Jardine’s world is packed with action from start to finish. While this is the third book in the series and having only previously read “The Sleepwalker Legacy” it was not hard to fill in any blanks that may have been found in the story along the way. Christopher Hepworth does a great job tailoring these novels to be read as either stand-alone reads or part of a much bigger series. In “The Last Oracle”, Sam finds himself in impossible situations and exotic places. As he traveled from the U.S. to Egypt, Greenland and Canada on his mission to stop an environmental calamity, Sam struck me as a modern day “Indiana Jones” with possibly a dash of “James Bond” tossed in for good measure. The addition of the ancient Egyptian goddess Sekhmet and Sienna as her oracle added an element of mysticism to the narrative that provided a perfect opposition to the extremist element that was also present. The further I got into this book, the more I wondered whether Sam and ultimately the Earth would survive. No matter what your views are on the current issue of climate change, “The Last Oracle” will provide a thrilling read that may leave you with a different perception than you initially had. After reading “The Last Oracle” it will be interesting to see what new ventures and adventures await Sam Jardine in the next chapter of this series.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Judy Johnson

    This is the second FABULOUS book that I've read by this author (Christopher Hepworth) and he did not let me down!! No spoilers here. Let me start by saying that although this is part of the Sam Jardine series it is easily read and easy to get into as a stand alone. I went into this book a little bit skeptical only because of the description of the book, but having read this author before, I kept an open mind. I was NOT sorry! The book was captivating, the characters engaging, and the story was e This is the second FABULOUS book that I've read by this author (Christopher Hepworth) and he did not let me down!! No spoilers here. Let me start by saying that although this is part of the Sam Jardine series it is easily read and easy to get into as a stand alone. I went into this book a little bit skeptical only because of the description of the book, but having read this author before, I kept an open mind. I was NOT sorry! The book was captivating, the characters engaging, and the story was excellent from the very first to the very last word! Totally action packed, fast paced, great plot, with a few of the same characters from the other books, but also it doesn't detract if you haven't read the previous books! Love this author! Can't wait for more by him! I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Aurora

    This is the best action story I've read this year. It's an environmental techno-thriller that somehow manages not to be preachy as Hepworth packs his pages with an Egyptian goddess, an oil and gas magnate, a healthy sample of Washington movers and shakers and a hero, in Sam Jardine, who would do such classics as Clive Cussler's Dirk Pitt proud. Hepworth tells the story with a combination of wit and compassion and a careful attention to detail and the current world scene that frequently brought a This is the best action story I've read this year. It's an environmental techno-thriller that somehow manages not to be preachy as Hepworth packs his pages with an Egyptian goddess, an oil and gas magnate, a healthy sample of Washington movers and shakers and a hero, in Sam Jardine, who would do such classics as Clive Cussler's Dirk Pitt proud. Hepworth tells the story with a combination of wit and compassion and a careful attention to detail and the current world scene that frequently brought a smile or a nod as recent news events find their counterparts in the Sam's story. I loved this story and couldn't wait to find out how the looming financial and environmental crises would be resolved. This one deserves more stars than I could assign it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    BP34

    This is book three in the Sam Jardine Crime Thriller Series. Wow, what a book. Get prepared because once you pick this book up, it's hard to put down. In my opinion, this is the best book of the series and can be read as a standalone. So much action and suspense. More twists and turns than a roller coaster. This was a well written book with a strong plot and captivating characters. I received an arc copy and voluntarily chose to review this book. This is book three in the Sam Jardine Crime Thriller Series. Wow, what a book. Get prepared because once you pick this book up, it's hard to put down. In my opinion, this is the best book of the series and can be read as a standalone. So much action and suspense. More twists and turns than a roller coaster. This was a well written book with a strong plot and captivating characters. I received an arc copy and voluntarily chose to review this book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    The Last Oracle is the third book in the Sam Jardine Crime Thriller series. Even though this is part of a series, this is a standalone with no cliffhanger. There is violence. The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat all of that info here. The author did a great job of explaining what is going on in Africa, the Middle East, Canada, Greenland, and elsewhere. This book did get a bit preachy about climate change, which for me detracted from the characters and story The Last Oracle is the third book in the Sam Jardine Crime Thriller series. Even though this is part of a series, this is a standalone with no cliffhanger. There is violence. The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat all of that info here. The author did a great job of explaining what is going on in Africa, the Middle East, Canada, Greenland, and elsewhere. This book did get a bit preachy about climate change, which for me detracted from the characters and story. I received copy of this book from the author and chose to leave a review for other readers.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sri Gopalan

    Sam Jardine, the consummate negotiator is back! He needs to find a way to meet his next challenge – build a business based on renewable energy, that takes him on a journey across a number of ‘exotic’ locations – from the icy landscapes of Greenland to the deserts of Egypt and the corridors of power in Washington DC. And along the way, he encounters beautiful women, unscrupulous villains, the supernatural and comes face to face with the underbelly of terrorism. I enjoy a book that satisfies the in Sam Jardine, the consummate negotiator is back! He needs to find a way to meet his next challenge – build a business based on renewable energy, that takes him on a journey across a number of ‘exotic’ locations – from the icy landscapes of Greenland to the deserts of Egypt and the corridors of power in Washington DC. And along the way, he encounters beautiful women, unscrupulous villains, the supernatural and comes face to face with the underbelly of terrorism. I enjoy a book that satisfies the inner nerd in me – a longing for science and logic in a book. The author has done just that in this book, bringing climate change, environmental degradation and a number of hotly discussed topics around our energy future together. A lot of painstaking research has gone into making this very credible and enjoyable. As a career negotiator myself, as I read the book, I marveled at Sam’s acumen in thinking on his feet and negotiating his way out of sticky situations. It is lovely to see a whole series of books based on an underappreciated career choice – procurement. I loved the energy and suspense in Christopher Hepworth’s first two Sam Jardine books, and The Last Oracle has truly surpassed them both. It is by far the best in the trilogy. Hopefully, there are more books to come in the series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Richard Goodrum

    Terrorist, environmentally challenged oilmen, ancient religions, and extremely intelligent, beautiful women. What more could you ask for? How about prophesies from ages gone by? American brothers on the opposite sides of a middle eastern, religious war? As much as I considered skipping ahead, I was unable to. The story is simply too good to rush. Well written with good character development along with the great plot and subplots. I was provided this book by the author as an ARC; however, the review Terrorist, environmentally challenged oilmen, ancient religions, and extremely intelligent, beautiful women. What more could you ask for? How about prophesies from ages gone by? American brothers on the opposite sides of a middle eastern, religious war? As much as I considered skipping ahead, I was unable to. The story is simply too good to rush. Well written with good character development along with the great plot and subplots. I was provided this book by the author as an ARC; however, the review is my honest opinion.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jan Staniec

    Thought provoking I had no idea where this novel would go when I chose it. Picked it up for my love of all things Egyptian and it led me on an adventure that gripped me throughout and I never would have guessed the ending! Kudos, excellent thriller

  9. 4 out of 5

    Pat Dubuc

    I loved this book! Thriller, romance, science fiction; it hit all the boxes for me. I seldom review...but this book was a good read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Raúl

    The third and most thrilling installment yet of the Sam Jardine series had me captivated from the very start. The Last Oracle is an adventure in the classic sense but it addresses serious contemporary issues and real-life threats to humanity. Sam Jardine is a negotiator with an oil company that is fracking for oil in the environmentally sensitive Greenland ice shelf. He has an attack of conscience as he negotiates a drilling permit in an African game reserve and is re-deployed to Daingerfield’s The third and most thrilling installment yet of the Sam Jardine series had me captivated from the very start. The Last Oracle is an adventure in the classic sense but it addresses serious contemporary issues and real-life threats to humanity. Sam Jardine is a negotiator with an oil company that is fracking for oil in the environmentally sensitive Greenland ice shelf. He has an attack of conscience as he negotiates a drilling permit in an African game reserve and is re-deployed to Daingerfield’s renewable energy division in Egypt where his career is expected to languish. However, when his solar division becomes an unexpected success, he soon encounters corrupt politicians and vested interests from the fossil fuel lobby who are determined to crush his fledgling business. The Last Oracle flits seamlessly from the monuments and deserts of Egypt, to the frozen wastes of Greenland and to the political swamplands of Washington DC. It tackles difficult topic such as the radicalization of our youth to the corruption of our politicians by big business. La Rue stepped forward. ‘Look Mr Jardine. He’s a politician, which means he’s no choirboy. We’re just moving his moral decline forward by a decade or two, that’s all.’ The plot moves forward at a breathless pace leaving you in no doubt that the future of the planet really is at risk unless the hero Sam Jardine can save the day with his extraordinary negotiating skills and his ability to overcome almost impossible odds. I cannot wait to find out what Sam Jardine’s next adventure will be.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary

    The Last Oracle - a review by Rosemary Kenny With all the natural disasters taking place in the world right now - hurricanes, fires, floods and global warming to name but a few - this superbly-written apocalyptic book is bang up-to-the-minute in its theme of environmental cataclysms, triggered by the latest predilection for fracking on an ever-larger scale. The Last Oracle has strong, well-rounded characters in Sam Jardine and Rex Daingerfield - the latter of whom is father to the eponymous Last O The Last Oracle - a review by Rosemary Kenny With all the natural disasters taking place in the world right now - hurricanes, fires, floods and global warming to name but a few - this superbly-written apocalyptic book is bang up-to-the-minute in its theme of environmental cataclysms, triggered by the latest predilection for fracking on an ever-larger scale. The Last Oracle has strong, well-rounded characters in Sam Jardine and Rex Daingerfield - the latter of whom is father to the eponymous Last Oracle [his half-Egyptian daughter, Sienna], who strongly opposes his company's ethics in fuel gas sourcing. The novel succinctly displays the complex relationships between the characters showing how these can heal or damage not only loved ones, but the planet depending on them to make the right decisions. Talented author Christopher Hepworth has created an epic, 'what if?' fantasy novel, that will enlighten and alarm readers in equal measure right up to the very last page!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Audiobookreviewer

    An engrossing financial thriller that explores and reveals the appalling degree of greed and manipulation of a few for their own financial gain and political notoriety. Sam Jardine is once again being called in to negotiate a monumental deal. Known by many as a gifted yet quirky negotiator, Jardine is known for getting the job done. His sense of morals and ethical behavior presents him as naïve but he is far smarter and all too often underestimated by most. Jardine is asked to negotiate a deal th An engrossing financial thriller that explores and reveals the appalling degree of greed and manipulation of a few for their own financial gain and political notoriety. Sam Jardine is once again being called in to negotiate a monumental deal. Known by many as a gifted yet quirky negotiator, Jardine is known for getting the job done. His sense of morals and ethical behavior presents him as naïve but he is far smarter and all too often underestimated by most. Jardine is asked to negotiate a deal that enmeshes him into a battle with a secret organization of men who are willing to sacrifice the environment for greed and political gain while also dealing with terrorists. In the end, Jardine must make hard decisions that could spin the world into global catastrophic financial and environmental disasters. All the while keeping a promise to an ancient one and trying to save his brother, Jack. Christopher Hepworth is a masterful storyteller weaving complex situations by placing Jardine in unnerving encounters and non-stop action. Hepworth creates a realistic plot with believable and strong characters. I have admired Hepworth for his repeated use of strong female characters. This is not a book that one can put down once started; Hepworth is enthralling and unexpected. His clever plot twists are flawless and his understanding of human nature is frighteningly accurate. One cannot read this and walk away from it unscathed, you will be haunted by it!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jackie

    Wow what a read. You cannot walk away from this book until you’ve totally finished it. Love this author. Received an ARC and couldn’t help not reviewing.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Grady

    ‘Those who will not reason, perish in the act. Those who will not act, perish for that reason.’ – WH Auden Australian author Christopher Hepworth was born in the UK and raised in Zambiia in central Africa. Writing is a second career for Christopher – he was a professional highly award negotiator for some of the world’s largest companies in the world and his working with a variety of captains of industry supplied him with ideas for characters and concepts of his written work. As he states, ‘The ex ‘Those who will not reason, perish in the act. Those who will not act, perish for that reason.’ – WH Auden Australian author Christopher Hepworth was born in the UK and raised in Zambiia in central Africa. Writing is a second career for Christopher – he was a professional highly award negotiator for some of the world’s largest companies in the world and his working with a variety of captains of industry supplied him with ideas for characters and concepts of his written work. As he states, ‘The exotic characters in his books reflect his fascination with the charismatic and proud, but often maligned warrior nations around the world, whose stories are screaming to be told. His desk-bound corporate warriors come face to face with those proud peoples, who have suffered the misfortunes of fate and history but their dignity and aspirations remain intact. His series – The Sam Jardine Crime Thrillers – birth a new type of hero, ‘Sam Jardine must use his occupational skills to thwart the ambitions of ruthless villains who seek to subordinate the world with their depraved sense of moral values. Armed only with a sense of justice, respect for ancient warrior cultures and an extraordinary talent for negotiation, can he win the day or will he be engulfed in the cesspit of corporate politics? For the sake of world peace, let’s hope Sam Jardine is up to the task.’ Few authors of the thriller category can summon a sophisticated opening that suggests the tension that is to come as well as Christopher. ‘Luxor, Egypt, 12th September 1997 -The Egyptologist applied a cool, damp cloth to the fevered brow of her twelve-year-old daughter. There had been an outbreak of malaria in the busy city of Luxor and many children had died from the mosquito-borne disease. Saara gazed at her beautiful daughter and fretted she had left her telephone call to the doctor too late. There was no denying Sienna was different from other children, even allowing for her mixed-race bloodlines. She was beautiful beyond imagination and taller than the other children in her classroom. Sienna was academically gifted to the point of brilliance, but her mother worried about her social development. Her daughter was remote with other children and possessed an extraordinary spiritual awareness that unnerved those around her. The local imam had suggested sending Sienna to the Luxor Al-Azhar school, where she would receive a strict religious education, but on her mediocre government wage, Saara would struggle to afford the fees. Saara had often considered writing to the wealthy American, Rex Daingerfield, to let him know he had a daughter, and only Allah knew how much she needed the money. But she feared the handsome American oil tycoon with his sophisticated Western ways would take Sienna out of Egypt, leaving Saara with nothing but her memories.’ And with this tenor he plunges us forward into the story whose nidus is buried in this opening chapter. ‘As a series of bizarre climate-related events occur across our planet, it seems the world is edging towards a catastrophic tipping point. Rex Daingerfield is the owner of a giant fracking company that seeks to exploit a rich seam of gas in the environmentally sensitive Greenland ice shelf. But Daingerfield has a nemesis – his daughter. Born to an Egyptian mother, she is inducted as the Oracle of the Temple of Sekhmet. Her role is to protect the earth from the likes of her father. The Oracle recruits the world’s greatest negotiator, Sam Jardine, to convince her father to change his destructive business model. But a secret society of the rich and powerful stands to profit from the chaos that has gripped the world. Led by an errant priest from the Temple of Sekhmet, he will do anything to stop Jardine. As the planet edges closer to disaster, Jardine is confronted by politicians, lobbyists, vested interests – even his own radicalised half-brother – all of whom stand to gain from the mayhem about to be unleashed.’ Superlative fast paced thriller written with elegance and panache. Highly recommended.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Scott

    This was my first Sam Jardine novel that I have read. But it won’t be my last! It is a fast paced thriller, full of suspense and intrigue. I found the environmental crisis that was put into this book well researched and the results terrifying. With a dash of reality and fantasy combined with a blue whale and an Egyptian princess and a negotiator for an oil mogul it’s a fast paced novel and hard to put down. I received an advanced copy for an honest review.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    Haunting, action packed Eco thriller with paranormal overtones. Disturbing real world crises with oil, climate, water and weather. What does it all come down to? Can connections between forces of earth, spirit and sky save us if we all work together, or if we follow a vision? Looking for a heavy hitting read for those nights when you can't sleep? This will keep you up until the last page! Haunting, action packed Eco thriller with paranormal overtones. Disturbing real world crises with oil, climate, water and weather. What does it all come down to? Can connections between forces of earth, spirit and sky save us if we all work together, or if we follow a vision? Looking for a heavy hitting read for those nights when you can't sleep? This will keep you up until the last page!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Texas

    The Sleepwalker Legacy #1 - Wow! My kind of book. The plot never stops twisting nor does it slow down. This is a well written suspense full of intrigue and excitement. The characters are my type: developed, devious, moral, honor bound or not, with a sense of humor. Of course, these traits aren't in each character, but some are shared amongst most. This author fills the shoes of Ludlum just fine and I look forward to reading more of his work. I got this book from some website. I contacted the aut The Sleepwalker Legacy #1 - Wow! My kind of book. The plot never stops twisting nor does it slow down. This is a well written suspense full of intrigue and excitement. The characters are my type: developed, devious, moral, honor bound or not, with a sense of humor. Of course, these traits aren't in each character, but some are shared amongst most. This author fills the shoes of Ludlum just fine and I look forward to reading more of his work. I got this book from some website. I contacted the author to review his other books. The Wulff Agenda #2 - Takes place two years after The Sleepwalker Legacy ended. Another well written, fast paced book filled with intrigue, suspense and action. Of course, the same type of character traits as in TSL: all well developed, good and bad. The plot never stops bringing new turns, multiple storylines and a gamut of emotions. Some interesting technology: it's the big bad Social Media in the wrong hands coming to get us. The story takes place in the Ukraine and the author shares a lot of the past history of Russia, Ukraine and the people. The Last Oracle #3 - Oh my goodness! This is the best of the three books so far. Well written, fast paced action and a fully loaded plot. The suspense, intrigue and multiple storylines keep the reader flipping the pages. There's always something going on either in Egypt or Greenland or lil ole The Woodlands (near Houston, TX). And add Syria and the UK to the mix. The Last Oracle has a few of our old characters mixed heavily with the new; running the gamut on traits and emotions. The reader experiences a gamut of emotions, too! There's fracking and a solar-powered car on the technology side teamed up with an Egyptian goddess. Bring your own drink and settle in for the ride.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Walter Scott

    The main reason why I liked two previous Sam Jardine adventures, The Sleepwalker Legacy and The Wulff Agenda, was because each had a uniquely different setting, not just geographical). Both were rich in culture, had ties to long past incidents, and dealt with large sums of money. The Last Oracle takes Sam to Egypt, both physically, historically, and in terms of ancient deities. Its strengths come from Christopher Hepworth’s commitment to filling stories with original material. He does not repeat The main reason why I liked two previous Sam Jardine adventures, The Sleepwalker Legacy and The Wulff Agenda, was because each had a uniquely different setting, not just geographical). Both were rich in culture, had ties to long past incidents, and dealt with large sums of money. The Last Oracle takes Sam to Egypt, both physically, historically, and in terms of ancient deities. Its strengths come from Christopher Hepworth’s commitment to filling stories with original material. He does not repeat plot elements or points of conflict. And like the previous two novels, can be read as a standalone regardless of in which order any one novel is read. The downside is that this time he has stretched the reader’s need to suspend disbelief during quite a few scenes. Most of us have no trouble with such over-the-top antics on the movie or TV screen, because we cannot control the speed at which things are taking place. In a book, a reader can pause the action, take time to try and picture it through imagination, and even backtrack to verify continuity. I did contact Christopher Hepworth by email, and we had a productive exchange. He is the writer. He writes what he knows, has researched, and imagined. I respect that. Initially, I was thinking three stars. But Christopher Hepworth’s Sam Jardine tales are all worth reading. No question in my mind, but that I want to read more, and will certainly purchase the next Sam Jardine novel. Because I would like more readers to take in the world of Sam Jardine, I give this a conditional four stars. And I hope that my recommendation produces positive responses from those who take a chance on my review.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    While this is the third book in the series it is a stand alone read. Like the previous Sam Jardine novels it is an exciting read filled with twists and turns. Once you start reading this book you will find it very difficult to put down. Another Christopher Hepworth novel I highly recommend!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Travis

    Definitely the best book of the series. A little long (that's my only real criticism) but fast-paced and definitely worth the read. Love this series Definitely the best book of the series. A little long (that's my only real criticism) but fast-paced and definitely worth the read. Love this series

  21. 4 out of 5

    Martha Wicker

    Thought provoking look at global warming as the love story and mythology unfolds.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Gary Andrew

    Negotiation-based geopolitical-scifi-supernatural-eco-techno-thriller

  23. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book, I was captivated right from the beginning. Very easy to read, once you start you just want to keep reading reading to see what happens next. You can tell a lot of research has gone into writing this book, so I found it very smart, clever and well written. Great imagination and an interesting plot. Yay for Sam Jardine!

  24. 4 out of 5

    LOUIS DONATO

  25. 5 out of 5

    Alan Reynolds

  26. 4 out of 5

    alex thorne

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dona Gilkes

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ana María

  29. 4 out of 5

    Patti Summers

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bob

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