Medusa's Child [Pdf epub] by John J. Nance – mzines.co.uk

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Takes you to the height of terrorNow he brings you to the brink of nuclear catastropheAt 10000 feet Captain Scott McKay gets the nerve shattering news aboard his Boeing 727 is a ticking time bomb and not just any bomb It's the Medusa Project a thermonuclear monster th. 35 rounded to 4 This is the third Nance book I ve read and the least realistic one so far Saving Linda from falling out of the plane seemed a little far fetched and not necessary with all the other drama going on I did love all the flying details obviously especially flying in turbulence in front of an in bound hurricane and the mircoburst on landing I liked reading about landing the 737 on the aircraft carrier and the Kansan in me loved that it was the USS Eisenhower too And I know Nance did this for drama but it kills me when pilots turn off their radios and miss critical communications If I ve learned nothing else from reading this fictional story it s to always keep my radio on just in case For whatever reason I wasn t as attached to the characters this time but Nance still developed them wellI liked the premise of this and know it would be even scarier today with our increased dependence on technology I don t know enough about the science to know how realistic any of this is but I was as shocked as the characters to learn that the problems they saw near the end were when the bomb was 2400 under water Terrifying to think what would happen if it was on the surface The epilogue was tantalizing and I like that Nance left some uestions for the reader will anyone ever discover the plans and recreate the bomb Will anyone figure out how it worked without seeing the technology

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Medusa's Child

At could wipe out every computer chip on the continent obliterating any and all traces of modern technology Now Scott is flying blind with nowhere to land and nothing to rely on but his own instincts And one wrong move could ignite a worldwide apocalypse by unleashing. I was uite grabbed by this book early on but it seemed to drag for a while after that and I just wanted something to happen After all that the ending seemed a little rushed and I would have liked a bit detail

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He took you on a collision course with disaster in Pandora's ClockIn the high flying tradition of his extraordinary New York Times bestseller Pandora's Clock author and aviator John J Nance launches Medusa's Child an explosive new thriller that takes to the skies and. This book kept me on the edge of my seat to the point I could not put it down until the very end


10 thoughts on “Medusa's Child

  1. says:

    This book kept me on the edge of my seat to the point I could not put it down until the very end

  2. says:

    I did think this one was going to peak a little early and maybe it did but the suspense and action was sustained throughout I love what Nance does as a specialised genre and this is no exception There is not a slow moment in this storyThe only off putting aspect was the ultra patriotism that occasionally came about in a full frontal Team America world getting saved by the Stars and Stripes assault but once I

  3. says:

    I'm starting to feel like all my reviews of all these Nance Novels are coming out the same Aviationalistically induced stress story

  4. says:

    35 rounded to 4 This is the third Nance book I've read and the least realistic one so far Saving Linda from falling out of the plane seemed a little far fetched and not necessary with all the other drama going on I did love

  5. says:

    This is the first John Nance book that I have read It was hard to get into at first was a little over the top and took place except for the last few pages on a single airplaneā€™s extraordinary flight but I liked it and wo

  6. says:

    I noted that this was an interesting story interesting characters and had continuing suspense A cargo crew of Scott Jerry Doc pick up Vivian Linda McCoy and their cargo They are transporting a nuclear device that produces

  7. says:

    Another exciting JJN novel about a disbursement that will have you sitting on the edge of your sest The aviation thriller is JJN at

  8. says:

    This was an interesting tale of a mad scientist who vows to mess up the world that has done him wrong He convinces his x wife to transport his magnum opus to the pentagon This wreaks revenge on his country and the woman who tried to leave him It was interesting and suspenseful It was a bit long and at times too technical but overall a good read

  9. says:

    I was uite grabbed by this book early on but it seemed to drag for a while after that and I just wanted something to happen After all that the ending seemed a little rushed and I would have liked a bit detail

  10. says:

    I did not see that coming What a rollercoaster I can't even think properly right now to write a review I promise one will be coming very soon Either tomorrow or the next day

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