Betrayal

Betrayal When we finally unravel the mystery of dark matter will it save our world Or destroy it The adventure continues in Book Two of the award winning Dark Matters trilogy Despite the tragic events at Hans

  • Title: Betrayal
  • Author: MichaelDow
  • ISBN: 9780996937559
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When we finally unravel the mystery of dark matter, will it save our world Or destroy it The adventure continues in Book Two of the award winning Dark Matters trilogy Despite the tragic events at Hanssen Scientific, Monique Durand and her newfound companions continue their search for the source of her compelling visions Are they somehow linked to the secrets of dark matWhen we finally unravel the mystery of dark matter, will it save our world Or destroy it The adventure continues in Book Two of the award winning Dark Matters trilogy Despite the tragic events at Hanssen Scientific, Monique Durand and her newfound companions continue their search for the source of her compelling visions Are they somehow linked to the secrets of dark matter, as Professor Hanssen is so desperate to believe Or does the truth reach even deeper into our Universe s past, and our planet s ultimate future To find out, they ll need to outwit the Consortium, a secretive group of trillionaires who now have what they need to achieve their own, long awaited end game Together, our unlikely heroes may finally have what it takes to break the Consortium s stranglehold Assuming they don t strangle each other first.Foreword Reviews INDIEFAB Gold Medal Winner in Science FictionIndependent Publisher s IPPY Gold Medal Winner in Science FictionNextGen Indie Book of the Year Winner in Science FictionABOUT THE BOOKDark Matters is a thought provoking technothriller, set in a world fully polarized by the rift between the haves and the have nots It is a world of extraordinary new technologies but also one of dwindling natural resources, and an ever swelling human population Dark Matters offers a unique, entertaining, and mostly fictional perspective on the topics of income inequality, the responsibilities of wealth, and our ultimate role in the universe Dark Matters Betrayal is the second book in the trilogy.

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    1. This is a fantastic sci-fi action novel which reminds me in places of the Bourne saga, full of twists and turns.My full review: booksmjb/2017/02

    2. ArggggggFive stars for an original story. One star for how the characters are being developed. Thus, the three star average. Humans are very emotional beings, but not this group. If the author feels the feelings of his creations, he is not successfully getting those feelings onto the pages. The result is lifeless, ice cold robots. Brutal, but true. The absolute only emotion you see is anger from Monique, Jonas, and Victoria. The only exception was the love I felt radiating off of both Farhad and [...]

    3. Very cool ideasGood science here. The explanation of each development may seem a little long, but stick with them and think them through. The concepts are interesting and even plausible. The interactions of the characters keeps the story moving along pretty well too. All in all it is a good story. Now having to wait a few days until the last of the trilogy is published. I'm really looking forward to it.

    4. Thought provoking book 2 Tangling with the consortium power and a drive to find the source of the visions, the story moves closer to a understanding of the universes depth around them. Can't wait for book 3

    5. Shades of the Da Vinci codeThis book moves really fast. I liked how it developed and the evolution of Rudys thinking. There's an interesting intersection of data and morals and I loved that dichotomy. I've really enjoyed this.

    6. Good bookThis was better than the first book. The ending did not seem as abrupt. I don't like that I have to write a review in order to get out of the book

    7. Thought provokingAnd still a page turner! Definitely worth the read, and I'm very interested in the next book ( I assume the final chapter)

    8. After finishing the first book in the Dark Matters trilogy I couldn't wait for the second to be published. My one big complaint about the first book was how abruptly it ended. The author did not disappoint with book two, diving right back into the action. The story took an unexpected but welcome detour to the Middle East and I must say the author took his writing to a whole new level, painting a vibrant picture of a new romantic subplot driven by a terrible "natural" disaster. I noticed some peo [...]

    9. This was a compelling read. Some questions from book 1 answered, and some new questions and people introduced, although this book can stand alone for those who have not read the first book. The depictions of events and locations were very immersive. The story moves at a great pace, too - looking forward to the third book.

    10. Another book by Michael Dow that I couldn't put down. This one is even better than the first, if that is possible. Engaging and detailed descriptions of natural events and people. One step further into the conundrum of explaining dark matter. Can't wait to see if Book III will solve the problem.

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