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Publisher's Summary

The new comet found near Jupiter was an incredible treasure trove of water-ice and rock. Immediately, the water-starved Luna Republic and Sierra Corporation, a leader in asteroid mining, were squabbling over rights to the new resource. But all thoughts of profit and fame were abandoned when a scientific expedition discovered that the comet's trajectory placed it on a collision course with Earth!
As scientists struggled to find a way to alter the comet's course, world leaders tried desperately to restrain mass panic, and two lovers quarreled over the direction the comet was to take, all Earth waited to see if humanity had any future at all ...
©1989 Michael McCollum (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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By Tracy on 05-20-13

Some verbal punctuation would help.

What disappointed you about Thunder Strike!?

The narrator doesn't seem to breath at all. No pauses between sentences. No pauses between scene shifts. Makes it hard to tell when one thought ends and the next begins.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

Story idea is interesting. Kind of over does it on the math and physics part.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Keith O'Brien?

Almost anyone else.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

I think the book would have been okay with a different narrator.

Any additional comments?

Might be willing to try this author again.

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