Diamond Rain: Action and Adventure Science Fiction

Diamond Rain: Action and Adventure Science Fiction

by Michael James Gallagher, Chris Roper (Editor)

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Overview

Diamond Rain: Action and Adventure Science Fiction by Michael James Gallagher

Readers say, "Diamond Rain reads like an Eric Van Lustbader thriller," and "the technology's electrifying."

Will Thomas ever shake off his run of bad luck? From tough beginnings in the Bogside of Derry during the Irish 'Troubles', Thomas and his family slip away to coastal Maine. After more hardship, Thomas forms lasting bonds with Lanky and Billy and he embarks upon a career as a photographer.
Just as Thomas takes a job with an international news organization events threaten to overturn the world. On assignment, chance brings him Kefira, only to snatch her away in the blink of an eye. But all is not lost. Before the humanoids kidnap her, Kefira gives him a powerful technology.
Equipped with nanotech, Thomas believes he can rescue her and defeat a reincarnated Mao Tse Tung in Central China. Can he master the nanosuit and reverse his fortunes? One thing is certain, he'll do everything in his power to try.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781508925675
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/02/2017
Pages: 222
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

The writer, Michael James Gallagher, is an established author who began his writing journey with a gripping, post-cold-war espionage thriller: "Tsunami Connection".

Following strong sales in the English-speaking world, Michael's work has recently been translated for distribution in Turkey and Germany. His fast-moving style and unfailing eye for detail make his books very hard to put down once started.

When not writing or dancing tango, Michael spends his time developing hilariously informative Internet-ready learning modules for his adult students studying in their homes. Planning and editing numerous language textbooks complements his writing experience. He has encouraged high school dropouts to realize their academic dreams for 35 years in Montreal, Canada.

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Diamond Rain: Action and Adventure Science Fiction 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Reviewed by Grant Leishman for Readers' Favorite The takeover of the world by the Chinese has begun, but not with destructive weapons, as such, but by simple weight of numbers. All over the world, Chinese men have been mobilized to march into foreign countries by their millions, taking over the financial resources of the countries and transferring that wealth to China. Protected from attack by new nano-technology suits, it appears not even atomic weapons can stop the relentless surge of Chinese domination. In Diamond Rain, Michael Gallagher presents the world with just one hope of resisting this invasion. Deep within the Israeli Mossad is technology vastly superior to the carbon-based nano-suits used by the Chinese – a diamond based nano-suit. When Al-Jazeera cameraman Thomas is surprisingly handed this technology as he films the Chinese invasion from high atop a ridge, he is set on a path of technology and subterfuge that will see him and the Mossad agents try to defeat the evil Chinese warlord intent on world domination. Diamond Rain is a fast-paced thriller that will have you turning the pages rapidly to discover where it all leads next. Author Gallagher has projected technology slightly into the future, but given today’s advancements in quantum physics, it is easy to understand and believe the possibility of the action described. Although some of the concepts were a little advanced for my dim-witted brain to understand, it didn’t detract at all from the excitement of the story. Michael Gallagher’s characters could be described as a little stereotypical, but nonetheless they were easy enough to identify and empathise with. The romance he wove into the story certainly helped to soften the edges of what is essentially an out and out spy thriller. There were enough twists and turns, although most were fairly predictable, throughout the story. I note that this is book two in a series. I was intrigued enough by the character of Kefira to want to read more of the story. A good, solid, thriller and one to recommend.