Скалата (2020)

  • Title: Скалата
  • Author: Bob Mayer Крум Бъчваров
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  • Page: 458
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. When you talk about military science fiction, two of the names you frequently hear mentioned are Robert Doherty and Bob Mayer That s quite a coincidence, because both are New York Times best selling authors of the genre Both are also West Point graduates and former U.S Army Green Berets And bothwell, they re both the same man.I mention this because when I first became aware of Doherty Mayer I was confused Which was which Doherty s page says he lives in Seattle, Mayer s says Tennessee Would the r [...]

    2. Not entirely sure why I picked this up it s certainly no real literature, but that said, it entertained Very silly plot with some very stock characters who still managed to become quite real and sympathetic, and some interesting political points, particularly about the Cold War And the geography stuff was neat Three stars in a noncommittal sort of way.

    3. Fun, a little dated, but interesting none the less I kept thinking Just use the internet then I remember the book is based in 1991 Weird.

    4. This is a standalone novel by Robert Doherty pen name for Bob Mayer , an author that you have seen me write about a few times before This is the first standalone of his that I ve read, all of the others have been series or linked novels like his excellent Area 51 series and the Jim Vaughn books Section 8 The Citadel.The Rock employs this author s standard modus operandi of tight military action, historical intrigue and speculative science fiction I don t know of another author who pulls off this [...]

    5. When I read the Bob Mayer books with his military background expertise, I didn t realize he wrote sci fi thriller under a pen name It s okay by me I enjoy his writing style and the books are usually written with enough authority that I take every word for gospel whether or not it is That s okay this one is sci fi it s fiction and fun, action packed techno geek fiction at that In The Rock, five experts of various scientific military fields are summarily summoned to converge on an enormous outcrop [...]

    6. I m a Science Fiction fan, but I hate S F books an intra cosmos war that threatens the Earth, and only Little Sandra or Jimmy can save our planet and its inhabitants by using his or her super intellect to counter destruction, death rays and mega bombs Mercifully, The Rock is not such a book There is a moment, however, where I feared this would be the case, but that action was Star Wars than David vs Universal Goliath The Rock tells a good tale, with unidimensional characters who are described p [...]

    7. 3 sterren voor dit boek Waar ik bij mijn vorige boek The Swarm nog zat te klagen dat het soms wat sneller kon, ga ik nu klagen dat het deze keer juist allemaal te vluchtig was waardoor het verhaal impact, mysterie en echte spanning mist Pas op het laatste waar een paar pagina s werden uitgetrokken om het een ander uit te leggen ging de kwaliteit omhoog.Toch 3 sterren omdat het mijn aandacht wist te houden door het concept pOh, en 1 ster aftrek door de vreselijke fouten die in het ebook zaten Vol [...]

    8. The story is based in 1995, but it could be at time now or in the near future An alien race bad is on an intercept destruction course with Earth and the Coalition good has contacted us with their options of survival or destruction The Rock is Ayres Rock in Australia and it is a Coalition defensive outpost which has been uncovered by us and the Russians along with a similar outpost in Russia An outpost has recently been destroyed by a nuclear explosion and another is in the works If this one goes [...]

    9. Great use of Aires Rock Uluru, but the writer is a bit too obsessed with military hardware and operating procedures, and sadly the mid 1990 s setting hasn t dated too well Can a group of scientists and the US military solve the anomaly in the rock, make peace with the Russians, and recover a 2nd lost nuclear bomb before the end of the world It was fairly well written and held my attention with some vaguely interesting characters, but spoilers How the heck did they develop super bullet proof vest [...]

    10. Ran into Bob Mayer writing in tandem with Jennifer Crusie in a book that I loved the title escapes me, but they only wrote one together, I believe , so I figured I d pick this up when it came up on BookBub I liked the story a lot built a plausible setup, using fairly stock characters, but nonetheless, ones I like and that were drawn well, and it kept my attention.

    11. I did not think much of this book when I started it Very one dimensional characters Very B list Low brainpower entertainment with little substance The right thing if you want to read something unchallenging, that sort of just flows by.Tom Clancy meets Carl Sagan, on only 400 pages Good guys versus mysterious alien bad guys and the end of the world as we know it.Saying all that, I really liked the ending, it had a nice twist to it.

    12. A quick, enjoyable read which reminded me of Michael Crichton I came into it knowing about a key element of the story which I won t spoil but the reveal is still well handled Quite deftly mixes aspects of military techno thrillers with science fiction and historical fact My first Bob Mayer book, probably won t be my last Recommended for those who enjoy military fiction with a weird sci fi edge, and for SF fans who don t mind some military jargon and characters.

    13. Outstanding, Original and SpellbindingI read the Area 51 series years ago and thought I d give The Rock a try The scenario is very cleverly developed The beginning of the book makes total sense in the end The storyline kept my interest with increasing intensity, as it moved along The ending was a huge crescendo, leaving the reader highly satisfied This is a good book I won t forget this one

    14. Enjoyed the very realistic portrayal of a military man caught up in a tense science fiction scenario Bob Mayer s real life experience as a soldier and leader in the Special Forces really comes through This was a pretty manly man book which I never mind, don t get me wrong but it also had some smart female scientist characters, which I always love A fun, exciting read

    15. Bob Mayer writing as Robert Doherty has written in The Rock a action thriller science fiction mystery Two nuclear bombs are stolen and one is set off in a gold mine miles underground That and what is believed to be a alien radio transmission sets off events that just may save the world and everyone on it.

    16. The Rock will stay with me for the characters and some of the imagery Truth be told, I m still not sure how much I actually like this book I definitely kept coming back to it and wanted to finish it But I wasn t grabbed much by the characters I guess the mystery of it all just worked well to lure me and keep me.

    17. Strange and ConfusingI found the build up to be lengthy and confusing with jumping around from place to place I had the feeling that the problem would not be resolved and would have to get a second book to find the ending That s why I was surprised when things came together in such a rush to the end So, it was an ok story, but I ll not read from this author.

    18. This was another freebie via Bookbub I can t really say that all the sci held up but the fi kept going throughout and I really did want to keep going to see how things panned out.

    19. You have found the book to read If you want meaningful relationships If you want action If you like surprises Then, you have found the book to read

    20. Ob as celkem zaj mav ak n thriller s naprosto nesmysln mi sci fi prvky Korunu v emu nasad cestov n asem, kter u dok zalo zab t i l pe rozjet p b hy.

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