Death Wave

Death Wave

Book - 2015
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Jordan Kell and his team return to a vastly changed Earth, where greenhouse flooding and climate shifts have transformed society and nobody wants to hear their warning about a radiation wave that is threatening all life on the planet.
Publisher: New York, NY : Tom Doherty Associates, LLC, 2015.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780765379504
0765379503
Branch Call Number: SF BOVA, BEN
Characteristics: 411 pages ; 22 cm

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mammothhawk229e
Jul 08, 2017

Meh. Bit too predictable.

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Manuel
May 03, 2016

Authors who have published many books, like Asimov, Clarke and Bova, tend to develop a standardized way of story telling that can wear a bit thin. In Bova's case, however, this is another superb novel, with strong characters. It warns about a future global dictatorship, thus going beyond standard science fiction. Anyone who likes good sic-fi will appreciate this book, as did I.

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jtpolk
May 02, 2016

Predictable Ben Bova. A good read, a good premise, however you never really feel the world that exists in this future, nor the characters. Strong and good plot however. I would recommend it as a good read (I am using the word GOOD a lot!), but nothing special. Again, if you have read other Ben Bova novels, it feels very familiar.

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heinrij
Dec 29, 2015

This Sequel to New Earth is the real thing. Good old fashioned science fiction, if that isn't and oxymoron. "G" for all ages.

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