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Black Sun
     

Black Sun

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by Graham Brown
 

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From Graham Brown, co-author of the New York Times bestselling thriller Devil’s Gate with Clive Cussler, comes Black Sun . . .

In the heart of the Amazon, NRI operative Danielle Laidlaw makes an incredible discovery: a translucent Mayan stone generating massive waves of energy while counting down toward the

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Black Sun 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
MarkTwo More than 1 year ago
Graham Brown writes with a cinematic flair that matches that of the giants (Rollins, Cussler, Reilly, etc.) This is a fresh, adrenaline pumping take on the 2012 apocalypse! The characters are well written, and you find yourself pulling for these wonderfully flawed people. Give it a shot, but I suggest you read Black Rain first. You will NOT be disappointed!
PatriciaCO More than 1 year ago
Ok, ok, I know the 2012 prophecy has been done TO DEATH, but never like this! Hidden ancient relics around the world, unbelievable results when they are unleashed on the world. A young Russian boy, the tragic victim of his governments scientific experiments and, as Danielle Laidlaw and Hawker learn, an innocent thrust into the middle of the end of the world...or is it? Black Sun grabs you from the first pages with the story of young Yuri and how he winds up lost to the Russian Government only to end up in the hands of a maniac. We move quickly into action and intrigue where Danielle ends up kidnapped by the same maniac that holds young Yuri. In a desperate bid to free her, Danielle's mentor Arnold Moore defies a direct order from the President of the United States and finds Hawker to rescue Danielle. Reckless adventure ensues with a rescue, an extra passenger, finding an old friend, deep sea diving, sharks, boat chases, a crazy man in a mechanical suit, plane crashes, a little romance...you name it you will probably find it in this great book! This is a globetrotting adventure that grabs you at the start and won't let go until you've read every last word! It is a MUST READ if you have read Graham Brown's first book Black Rain: A Thriller and if you are at all a fan of the Clive Cussler type of adventure books. Trust me, if you've read or heard anything about the "end of the world" prophecies of 2012 the way this adventure ends is an unexpected twist on the old tale like you've never seen or heard before! I can't wait for the third book (The Eden Prophecy) to come out in January and also highly anticipated is his Clive Cussler collaboration on Devil's Gate in November. I could definitely see these two books (Black Rain and Black Sun) becoming blockbuster big Hollywood movies! Hollywood are you listening?
VLDVD More than 1 year ago
I have read this book for my third time, and I always see things I missed. You can't put this book down as it keeps you reading. I have read Graham Browns book other book Black Rain (which I have read twice). Graham Brown keeps you captivated. Excellent Author.
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Fast paced like the first novel but to me it seemed like black rain was better. Enjoyed nevertheless. Adding author to my list of regulars.
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bridget3420 More than 1 year ago
Graham Brown really knows how to provide suspense and thrills! I inhaled this book, with its satisfying plot and character expression, it's a readers dream.
PSF More than 1 year ago
If Black Sun is anything like Black Rain - I know it will be excellent. I'm not one for this genre, Mayan ruins, digs, etc. but Black Rain held me from beginning to end. I'm looking forward to curling up in my chair and reading Black Sun.