Thursday, August 1, 2013

"Interrupt," by Jeff Carlson

This technothriller from bestselling author Jeff Carlson is praised as an exciting ride from the prehistoric past to the terrifying near future!

Interrupt, by Jeff Carlson

"Riveting." —Scott Sigler, New York Times bestselling author of Pandemic

"Edgy and exciting. Carlson writes like a knife at your throat." —Bob Mayer, New York Times bestselling author of the Green Berets and Area 51 series.

"A killer thriller." —John Lescroart, New York Times bestselling author of The Hunter

"A phenomenal read." —Steven Savile, international bestselling author of Silver

"The ideas fly as fast as jets." —Kim Stanley Robinson, Hugo Award-winning author of 2312

In the distant past, the leader of a Neanderthal tribe confronts the end of his kind.
Today, a computational biologist, a Navy pilot, and an autistic boy are drawn together by the ancient mystery that gave rise to Homo sapiens.
Planes are falling from the sky. Global communications have ceased. America stands on the brink of war with China—but war is the least of humankind’s concerns. As solar storms destroy Earth’s electronics and plunge the world into another Ice Age, our civilization finds itself overrun by a powerful new species of man...
This brilliant thriller takes readers to an all-too-plausible tomorrow that’s as scientifically rigorous as it is wildly imaginative.
Jeff Carlson is the internationally bestselling author of Plague Year and The Frozen Sky. With Interrupt, he brings his forward-thinking fiction to a contemporary setting with this edge-of-your-seat thriller.

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Jeff Carlson is the international bestselling author of "Plague Year" and "The Frozen Sky." To date, his work has been translated into fifteen languages worldwide. His new novel is apocalyptic thriller "Interrupt" published by 47North.

Readers can find free fiction, videos, contests, and more on his web site at jverse.com




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