Impact Point (Robert Spire #2)

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  • Paperback
  • 524 pages
  • Impact Point (Robert Spire #2)
  • Simon Rosser
  • English
  • 11 February 2017
  • 095580924X

About the Author: Simon Rosser

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Impact Point (Robert Spire #2) Just After 7 AM On June 30th 1908 A Massive Air Blast Occurred Over Tunguska In Siberia The Tunguska Event Caused By A Meteorite Or Comet Fragment The Blast Released The Same Amount Of Energy As 185 Hiroshima Nuclear Bombs The Object Is Thought To Have Been Around 120 Feet In Diameter It Will Happen Again, It S Just A Question Of Where And When Robert Spire, Environmental Lawyer, Newly Recruited To The UK S GLENCOM Global Environmental Command Unit Is Propelled Into A Roller Coaster Adventure Through London, America And The Bahamas As He Searches For The Cause Of Some Mysterious Whale Deaths As The Clues Unfold, Nothing Can Prepare Him Or The World, For The Cataclysm That Is About To Unfold Roberts Spire S Greatest Adventure May Be The World S Last MYSTERIOUS WHALE DEATHS When The World S Largest Ever Creature A Blue Whale Dies In Front Of Robert Spire On His Local Welsh Beach, The UK S Department Of The Environment And Local Population Are Ill Prepared When A Second Whale Washes Up Dead On Myrtle Beach On The Opposite Side Of The Atlantic, The Scientific Community Starts Asking Questions A QUEST FOR METEORITE FRAGMENTS Environmental Lawyer Robert Spire Newly Recruited To The UK S Global Environmental Command Unit GLENCOM, Flies Over To South Carolina To Investigate Whilst There, He Teams Up With Marine Biologist Dr Sally Rivea, Also Assigned To The Case Meanwhile, Ex Marine Travis Dexter Is On The Run In Nevada After He Discovers The Body Of His Employer Philanthropist Julian Smithies Murdered In His Home The Only Object Missing A Recently Discovered, Rare And Valuable Meteorite A FUTURE GLOBAL CATACLYSM On The Island Of Exuma In The Bahamas, Four Sport Divers Make A Startling Discovery At The Bottom Of Mystery Cave Blue Hole Sixty Miles Offshore In The Caribbean Sea, Drilling On The Proteus Oil Rig Turns To Disaster As The Drill Penetrates Something Hard On The Ocean Floor Dr Rivea, At A Loss To Explain The High Levels Of The Mineral Olivine Discovered In The Whale S Tissue Samples, Accompanies Spire To The Caribbean In Search Of Answers, But What They Discover Doesn T Bear Thinking About Si Rosser S New Novel IMPACT POINT Is An Outstandingly Good And Enjoyable Read It Welds Mystery And Adventure Into A Very Well Written Thriller I Recommend It 100% Author, TV Presenter And Priest Lionel Fanthorpe

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10 thoughts on “Impact Point (Robert Spire #2)

  1. Anand says:

    This is the second novel by this author that I have read, and this will not be the last This novel is an excellent mix of eco thriller, sc fi, adventure all rolled into one We all know from our general knowledge and movies about doomsday predictions, of the Earth being devasted by an asteroid hit, or even Hollywoo...

  2. Nancy Silk says:

    An Amazing Environmental Mystery Thriller This is a very complex, exciting mystery that actually could be written in three novels So here, you get it all and read to the end as all the stories collide into one Remember learning about the Tunguska, Russia, devastation when a large meteorite struck in the Siberian forest Well, asteroids are even threatening earth in modern times This is the story which introduces you to Robert Spire, who works at the newly operational Global Environmental Com An Amazing Environmental Mystery Thriller This is a very complex, exciting mystery that actually could be written in three novels So here, you get it all and read to the end as all the stories collide into one Remember learning about the Tunguska, Russia, devastation when a large meteorite struck in the Siberian forest Well, asteroids are even threatening earth in modern times This is the story which introduces you to Robert Spire, who works at the newly operational Global Environmental Command GLENCOM , part of the British MI6 complex Prior to training months for this new job, he practiced environmental law at his law ...

  3. Alex James says:

    Impact point Simon Rosser 4 5 starsI was deciding which book to read next I read the blurb for this book and was going to reject it, because environmental novels or novels about disasters don t usually appeal to me I kept reading the blurb, and noticed there was a speculative element to the story, which reminded me a bit of Man Plus by Frederick Pohl.I was not disappointed once I started reading the story I have been unable to finish the last few stories I had started reading, but this Impact point Simon Rosser 4 5 starsI was deciding which book to read next I read the blurb for this book and was going to reject it, because environmental novels or novels about disasters don t usually appeal to me I kept reading the blurb, and noticed t...

  4. Hate2beLate says:

    First Reads Winner I really enjoyed this I read it in 2 days I appreciated that the author took the time to be educated in the scientific portion of the story well enough that he could tranlate down to the reader This allowed me to understand what was being described and still be swept through the story without being bogged down in excessive detail Great job This was current, relevant and definitely could happen I was pulled into the story as I tried to figure out what was going on, jus First Reads Winner I really enjoyed this I read it in 2 days I appreciated that the author took the time to be educated in the scientific portion of the story well enough that he could tranlate down to the reader This allowed me to understand what was being described and still be swept through the story without being bogged down in excessive detail Gre...

  5. Susan says:

    Well, Si Rosser, you did it again great story, well developed characters, great subject, and the overwhelming gall of some humans , and the resiliency of others.I m like Chris I wasn t finished reading when the book ended it was the co...

  6. Jules says:

    Awesome book fast paced, edge of your seat thriller, the story is exciting and energetic and the characters are believable, you feel their fear along with them cant wait to readfrom this guy

  7. Chris says:

    Again , a very enjoyable read The techno babble was not overly done and lent itself well to the story Action and excitement was plentiful enough to keep me engaged The only bad part is that I am now finished On to the next one Keep on writing Mr Rosser.

  8. Courtney Cook says:

    This was a wonderful read A mix of Eco scifi and adventure Entertaining and interesting I felt like I could actually meet these characters on the street somewhere, very believable I will defiantly be readingbooks by this author.

  9. Annie says:

    The obviously British author needs to spendtime in North America We do NOT have AGA stoves, tyres, laybys, and a myriad of other little mistakes that almost drove me crazy while reading this book Having said that, it was still a really good read.

  10. Karen Beg says:

    Really good This is such a great series I was so engrossed in this book, I read it in a day It was very exciting and suspenseful I recommend this book Great thriller