Rolling Thunder

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
ROLLING THUNDER traces the adventures of T. L. O'Toole as he rescues a stranded scientist from rebellious natives on the world of Pax Noma. With a cast that includes an intelligent truck, a genetically engineered pet, a cruel cyborg, and an alien entity, he unravels the secrets of Pax Noma and finds romance in the process. ROLLING THUNDER is fast-paced sci-fi intended for a general audience.

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Review by: Tom Bauer on Sep. 7, 2011 :
Predictable, overly simplistic yarn. Think of a Zane Grey western mated with a Dr. Who episode. I really wanted to like Thomas Stone's work because I eat up science fiction books like candy. But I won't bother with another. My idea of really good science fiction are books like the Broadcast space opera written by Randolph Lalonde.
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Review by: Mary Tatro on Sep. 4, 2011 :
This was an enjoyable read. I will read more of Mr. Stone after reading this first one.
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Review by: Ruthrcks on July 27, 2010 :
In each of Mr. Stone’s novels, from the first words, the reader is instantly transported to a vivid sci-fi world for a roller-coaster action-adventure replete with colorful characters, human, alien, artificial, and combinations thereof. ROLLING THUNDER will keep you turning pages to reveal the next turn of plot. In a style strongly reminiscent of Pulitzer-winning Philip Caputo, Rolling Thunder is entertaining, imaginative, fast-paced fun.

After you read this, hurry to read TO THE STARS, and STOLEN WORLDS, the first two books of the Harry Irons trilogy, because the eagerly awaited conclusion, MINERVA'S SOUL, is soon to be released.
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Review by: Carye Fox on July 23, 2010 :
ROLLING THUNDER is a rip-roaring good time read! Great characters, great story written in a compelling style that keeps you turning pages. The ending is fully satisfying and makes you want to reach for Stone's next book. Whether you're a scifi fan or not, if you're looking for a great read, this book is well-worth the time.
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Review by: Gayle England on July 7, 2010 : (no rating)
I am not a big scifi fan but read ROLLING THUNDER because the author is my cousin and thoroughly enjoyed it. Very good book with a neat ending.
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