SecondWorld-Jeremy Robinson

SecondWorld

Jeremy Robinson

Dunne, May 22 2012, $25.99

ISBN: 9780312617868

 

The NCIS assigns former SEAL agent Lincoln Miller to Aquarius, underwater research station nine miles south of Key Largo, Florida.  Miller notices the blue ocean has become a sea of red, which he soon realizes is not the usual industrial polluting by the enormous number of dead fish floating nearby.  When a large object crashes into Aquarius, Miller is forced to go ashore only to learn that the land is void of life too as the red flakes has eliminated oxygen from the South Florida atmosphere; he survives due to his oxygen tank.  He follows the oxygen trail of hospitals to stay alive as heads to Miami.

 

At Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miller sees the symbol of the SecondWorld with a message from these neo-Nazis.  He also meets twelve years old Arwen inside an oxygen tent.  Miller takes Arwen with him, as Aryans give chase.  The National Guard rescue them and take them to DC where he learns Nazis killed 2.2 million in the Miami area and have thousands of satellites ready to destroy the air supply of select locations so that the Master Race remains as the only survivors.  POTUS trusts Miller after what he did to keep the tweener alive so he assigns him on a special mission.

 

Over the top, this is an adrenalin pumping thriller that never slows down from the moment Miller struggles to survive until the final confrontation on his world anti-terrorism tour.  Fast-paced, readers will not stop for an oxygen break as Jeremy Robinson provides an exhilarating tale.

 

Harriet Klausner

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