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Review: Ocean of Storms by Christopher Mari & Jeremy K. Brown

December 3rd, 2016 by Debbie's World of Books

Ocean of Storms by Christopher Mari & Jeremy K. Brown

Source: Kindle first read

Publication date: December 1, 2016

Rating: ★★★☆☆

About the Book:

In the near future, political tensions between the United States and China are at an all-time high. Then a catastrophic explosion on the moon cleaves a vast gash in the lunar surface, and the massive electromagnetic pulse it unleashes obliterates Earth’s electrical infrastructure. To plumb the depths of the newly created lunar fissure and excavate the source of the power surge, the feuding nations are forced to cooperate on a high-risk mission to return mankind to the moon.

Now, a diverse, highly skilled ensemble of astronauts—and a pair of maverick archaeologists plucked from the Peruvian jungle—will brave conspiracy on Earth and disaster in space to make a shocking discovery.

Ocean of Storms is an epic adventure that spans space and time as its heroes race to fulfill an ancient mission that may change the course of humanity’s future.

My Thoughts:

I got this book as one of the Amazon Prime free reads and I picked it out because the story line reminded me of something I would imagine coming from Matthew Reilly or James Rollins. Unfortunately the writing style just didn’t live up to my expectations. The story premise was fascinating and some of the later revelations in the story I didn’t see coming but the story never completely drew me in. Many parts were predictable, including the villains and what they would do and then the ending seemed rather anti-climatic. I wish the characters had drew me in more but I never truly felt invested. So while not a bad book it’s not one I would ever pick up again and was a tad hard to make it through the entire thing.

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