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    E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] Book Info Genre Speculative FictionReading Level Adult there is also a YA version availableRecommended for fans of speculative fictionTrigger Warnings mention of domestic violence in the pastMy Thoughts All in all this is a fairly entertaining book I'm no physicist so I can't tell you how accurate the science

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    E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] Geologist Dacey Livingstone is called in to investigate a mysterious sinkhole that has opened up and swallowed an entire house in Oklahoma Upon descending into its depths the only evidence of debris is the roof Why is there nothing else? It's as if it has disappeared into thin air Elsewhere other strange incidents are occurring; a supertanker apparently breaks up and sinks to the bottom of a boiling ocean; a severed arm plunges to the gr

  3. says: E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] Dennis Meredith ✓ 0 free download review Wormholes

    E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] summary Ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Dennis Meredith review Wormholes I'm going to say two things that are going to sound bad The first is that I've had this book on my NetGalley to read shelf for too many months to say At least a year It was one of the first books I got and then avoided reviewing because I got overwhelmed Because of course I went on an obnoxious month long reuesting and read now ram

  4. says: E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] Dennis Meredith ✓ 0 free download

    E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] Knowing that the author spent his previous career in the world of science explains why the science in this book is very solid and well detailed Everything that happens in this novel comes off as completely believable and if I had not

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    E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] Wormholes teeters right on the edge of becoming a campy Syfy 'disaster' movie The plot was definitely far enough o

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    Dennis Meredith ✓ 0 free download E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] As I have repeatedly stated here I read and review most military science fiction On occasion I do stray and will pick up a book that

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    E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] This is a solidly compiled adventure that explores an old theoretical physics model then science fiction concept in an entertaining way with medium paced storytelling and it then presents a good twist that the reader almost certainly wouldn’t have thought of on their own I wouldn’t say this book was extraordinary throughout or

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    E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] summary Ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Dennis Meredith review Wormholes It's a pleasure to discover a talented author I had not known of before Wormholes A Novel by Dennis Meredith Glyphus Press link is a first rate thriller in the best tradition of hard science fiction What an enjoyable break from the endless militarized or “fantasized” sci fi that has overrun the field of lateA series of reports of strange

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    E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] Dennis Meredith ✓ 0 free download review Wormholes A spectacularly written apocalypse thriller that seems destined for the big screen Are those scary sinkholes we see in the news really

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    review Wormholes E–pub/E–book [Wormholes] Dennis Meredith ✓ 0 free download Full disclosure I received a copy of this book free through Goodreads First Reads programWeird events have been happening all over the world either matter is disappearing or appearing and often with disastrous results for those nearby One scientist figures out what's happening psst the answer's in the title and then works

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Wormholes review Ê 0 Something is devouring Earth A suburban house in Oklahoma vanishes into a roaring abyss A supertanker at sea suffers a fiery destruction A blast in China drills a gigantic cavern into a mountainside A severed arm plummets from the sky in Missouri Could these catastrophes possibly be related Intrepid geologist Dacey Livingstone is nearly killed by her first attempt to. I m going to say two things that are going to sound bad The first is that I ve had this book on my NetGalley to read shelf for too many months to say At least a year It was one of the first books I got and then avoided reviewing because I got overwhelmed Because of course I went on an obnoxious month long reuesting and read now rampage across the whole website and ruined many things in the process for everybody And then school started and I didn t read for fun any And then I didn t want to read scifi And then I didn t want to read my kindle Etc etc I am a childSo now for the second bad thing this book was so much better than I was convinced it would be I mean look at the cover The title The description It all sounds like over the top sci fi that would have wooden characters and terrible dialogue Well I was wrong The story goes mysterious appearances and disappearances have been happening all over the world A 38 inch hole drills clean through a San Francisco office building with infinitely smooth edges A house collapses into a deep pit An ocean tanker burns up in the middle of the Pacific And an arm interrupts an admittedly boring high school football game Gerald Meyer brilliant physicistgeniussexy hobo look alike teams up with a spunky geology professor with a dark secret to try to get a grip on what s happening And to maybe try to control it The characters are uite fun esp the San Fran crime scene investigator duo the pacing is relatively fast and it s easy on heavy jargon while still appealing to the sciency readers I was afraid I would be bogged down with boring drones with what too many authors think are nerdy tics but that didn t happen here The main lady protagonist is a khaki shorts and baseball cap wearing outdoorsy woman with firm calves and Gerald her opposite is a gentle spoken man with a cool secret They had believable chemistry in their work and friendship which was a strong positiveI didn t particularly like the ending or the way the plot veered towards the end too much but that s just me probably There was also some intentionally tear jerky moments that were reminiscent of Jodi Picoult and Armageddon so it turned me off a bit But you d be a fan if you already like these types of stories and a bombastic way of telling them I don t often see such easily likeable characters in sci fi so worth it for that I got an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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Wormholes review Ê 0 Plumb the mystery a perilous descent into a house swallowing sinkhole Still determined she joins with eccentric physicist Gerald Meier in a uest that takes them from the ocean's depths to interstellar space What are these exotic wormholes that threaten Earth Can their secrets be discovered their power even harnessed Or will they spawn a celestial monster that will ann. Knowing that the author spent his previous career in the world of science explains why the science in this book is very solid and well detailed Everything that happens in this novel comes off as completely believable and if I had not known some of the science covered beforehand the parts of the book where he jumps from actual science into speculation would have all seemed like fact He also does a good job with the thriller aspects of this book The chase for answers and then solutions is interesting and at times pushed me to read faster in order to find out what was going to happen next There are parts of this book that strongly reminded me of Carl Sagan s Contact both in the way the science is approached and in how Meredith dealt with the government and scientific community s reactions to the main characters and their uestThe author does an excellent job of showing how amazing acts of nature can destroy and wreck our structured environment Meredith seemed to have a certain glee when writing the scenes of carnage and devastationThat might be where the real big fault I have with this book comes from The book takes a very long time to get going The story didn t feel like it really started until almost forty percent through reading it which might be the longest set up I have ever read in a story While I can understand the need to set up these wormholes and their destructive power Mr Meredith seems to be a bit over enad with this setup We could have done with just 2 scenes showing us their power say the opening scene and the destruction of the super tanker That would have been enough to get what was going on give the main characters something to investigate and set the stage Unfortunately the author felt the need to write many other instances of wormholes causing havoc I get that he wanted to show the difference aspects of the wormholes in order to set up later events but those could of have been condensed into just a couple of examples and the result would have been the same As it is the reader has to slog through the first half of the book waiting for something interesting to happenHowever if you can make it through all of the setup once the story gets going it really moves at a fast pace and is worth reading Dennis Meredith is a good writer and has the ability to keep the reader engaged when he wants to While not my favorite sci fi book it was none the less an enjoyable read and one I would recommend to anyone who likes hard science fictions or books like ContactDisclaimer I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review

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Wormholes review Ê 0 Ihilate the planet Brilliantly original Wormholes reflects Albert Einstein's famous assertion that Not only is the universe stranger than we imagine it is stranger than we can imagine Veteran science writer Dennis Meredith has crafted this cosmic adventure drawing on his decades of experience working at leading research universities such as Caltech MIT Cornell and Duk. A spectacularly written apocalypse thriller that seems destined for the big screen Are those scary sinkholes we see in the news really caused by dissolving carbonate rock Or could they instead be a sign of something far mysterious and terrifying That s the addictive premise of Dennis Meredith s sci fi novel Wormholes Check out the rest of my review on BestThrillerscom

  • Paperback
  • 336
  • Wormholes
  • Dennis Meredith
  • English
  • 22 December 2019
  • 9781939118004