Regolith

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When Spacewatch Director Henry Jackson suspects the largest asteroid in 65 million years will strike America in 2012, he must save a skeptical public from mile-high tsunamis, pressure blasts, sterilizing heat, record earthquakes, and a trillion tons of falling molten rock called regolith. Then he loses his escape plane, stranding his family near Ground Zero, where they must improvise to survive. More

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Words: 107,030
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458170507
About Brent Reilly

I have an autistic son, a masters degree in counseling, and I speak Spanish.

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Scary Asteroid Impact
FYI: The asteroid in the video is 500 km, while the asteroid that hits Earth in the book is only 5 kilometers.

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Review by: BookBabe on Oct. 20, 2010 :
Great story! I love the description of the main body impact, but I was bummed Rance was murdered. Lots of interesting stuff about space.
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Review by: Doug Pardee on May 27, 2010 :
I try to give a book about 30 pages before I bail on it, but the writing style was so grating that I didn't even get 10 pages in. Dramatization is almost totally absent; instead we're 'treated' to a narrative flashback that goes on and on and on with the protagonist continually whining and agonizing about how rotten his life is... jeez, where's the *story*?

Maybe it gets better later in the book, but I'll never know. I wanted this loser of a protagonist to just kill himself and save us *both* the suffering.
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Review by: bobpit on May 07, 2010 :
Liberal trash. Not good enough to read even if I was paid.
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Review by: David5643 on April 26, 2010 :
what a great story! It kept me up all night. Imagine knowing before anyone else that an asteroid that is suppose to miss us will actually hit, that you have just ten weeks to save as many people as possible, and that you have billions to spend. What would you do?
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