The environment is changing. Nature is running amok. The fires of Hell are ready to erupt and mankind's time on earth is coming to an end. Nightmare forces are attempting to break free from the underworld and the boundaries that split reality from Haydes are fracturing. The London Wall cordons off the heart of the city from the rest of the country. Lives have been lost on both sides, and with pressure mounting the Prime Minister takes drastic measures.
"one of the most complex listens I experienced"
In June of 1916, Albert Einstein published his ambitious paper proposing the existence of gravitational waves. In 2016, Einstein's 100-year-old theory was proven correct when scientists detected ripples in the fabric of space. Einstein and Relativity: A Conversation by Paul Rudd and Brian Greene celebrates this achievement, with Greene and Rudd sitting down to talk about string theory, relativity, and the discovery of gravitational waves.
Dramatic upheaval ensues when the world's largest prehistoric shark escapes captivity. Men put their lives in jeopardy to capture it, the press is getting in their way, and time is running out. In this non-stop adrenaline surge of action, anger and fear, the first floating aquarium is the scene of unprecedented carnage.
"Would make a good movie."
The Aquatic Research City is finally open for business, and with the contained prehistoric megalodon the main draw, business is booming. On the surface thousands flock to see the shark each day, and Tyler Baxter, the city's new president, wants to utilize the full potential of his father's investment. With hundreds of millions of pounds of revenue waiting to be invested, Tyler puts the city's safety at risk by hosting an aquatic race, the first of its kind.
Compelling and dramatic, this Western has intelligent zombies, corrupt lawmen, sociopaths, evil, and outlaws, taking you on a gripping listen with black oil, seduction, power, and dark horror. The West has never been this wild, deadly, or sexy.
"Amazing book with epic proformance"