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Clive Ash has traveled extensively, often to remote locations ranging from the blazing heat of the Sahara to the equally fragile and bitterly cold world inside the Arctic Circle. These experiences allow him to bring a firsthand knowledge to his descriptions of the many locations visited in his novels. He has tempted fate on numerous occasions, and often come close to losing. He has seen his life flash before his eyes and through it all has learned to stay centered in the face of adversity and opportunity. Along the way he has found time to get married and get a Ph.D., both of which experiences have taught him how much he still has to learn. He has over 60 publications and patents to his credit and through it all has learned to recognize how little separates the profound from the mundane. He writes to give substance to the stories in his head.
He can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
on April 13, 2014 :
This review is for the Kindle edition ebook.
Disclosure: I was requested by the author to give an honest review of this book.
Romance, intrigue, mystery, and even some science combine to become a really great story.
A chance encounter in the freezing mountains brings Sally to him. She decides he is the one to be her hero, and he accepts the job of making sense of the noises in her head. Throw in Russia in 1991, and you have the hero trying to prevent World War III.
I do not like science very much. It was the hardest subject I had to study in school. Fortunately, science is woven into this story in a way that even I enjoyed it. From depression and anger, the hero almost becomes a real person for the reader. This story grabbed my attention, and hung onto it to the very end.
Clive Ash writes because readers are available and want to read. His book is very entertaining, and might jog some history and science the reader has forgotten.
I would recommend this book to readers that enjoy a good adventure and suspense story. The history of the United States and Russia serve as a great backdrop, the the science is a bonus. I understand more of how the brain works now than before reading this book. I count that as a bonus from the author. I have picked up another of his books to read.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
on Sep. 02, 2013 :
Once again Clive Ash has produced a thriller that is full of action with a good twist and unusual plot line. I would have given it five stars but for the fact that, for me, it was a little heavy on some descriptive passages. But don't let that put you off, they can be easily skipped through if, like me, you want action, action, action. Let's see some more as soon as possible please.
(review of free book)