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Wildlife expert and extreme explorer Leon Berger is on top of his game with mini-series on the adventure networks and a loving family. His first excruciating blackout was dangerous. But when the second comes out of nowhere on an ice-climbing ...
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Wildlife expert and extreme explorer Leon Berger is on top of his game with mini-series on the adventure networks and a loving family. His first excruciating blackout was dangerous. But when the second comes out of nowhere on an ice-climbing expedition gone deadly, he gets much-needed medical attention and maddening media scrutiny.
Ryder Pelse is a former stunt pilot with a shady military past turned astronaut for the commercial space tourism company run by abrasive billionaire William Daxton. Their top-secret test flights are light years ahead of NASA and the competition, but Ryder's blackouts threaten the mission goal: Answering one of the most important questions facing humanity.
When the mysterious Hanlon connects the blackouts, he discovers the key to mankind's other most important question. The proof he needs to fulfill his lifetime pursuit lies between the two men. Finding The Answer is an end he justifies by any means, regardless of whether he scuttles Daxton's mission ... or kills Ryder and Leon.
Posted June 10, 2011
Power Split is two stories in one book. Can antimatter work as a propulsion system in spacecraft? How are two characters in Power Split, medically related? These are just a couple of questions found within the pages of Power Split.
The first story is about the practicality of using antimatter propulsion for space travel. Power Split is also about two characters and their possible connection medically and why they are unique in the population.
Follow the testing and the action as these two characters work together in an action thriller, which will come as a good surprise.
This reviewer found Power Split well written, and the piquant book that held this reader's interest and wanting more. Power Split will hold the interest of readers, and they will not want to put it down, so dedicate some time for reading Power Split.
Power Split is easy to read, and will not take too long to finish it. This reviewer completed Power Split in one sitting. It was hard to stop for this reviewer.
If you enjoy action books, Power Split is a good book for you. This reviewer found the medical and flight information to be well written and possible.
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Posted August 30, 2011
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