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  • Title: The Solomon Effect
  • Author: C.S. Graham
  • ISBN: 9780061689352
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • A German U boat lost in the final days of the Second World War rested silent and dead in the deep waters off the Russian coast for than half a century carrying a cargo too terrifying to contemplate Now it has been found and its terrible treasure liberated by those who would set the world on fire.A remote viewer working in top secret for the U.S government, OctA German U boat lost in the final days of the Second World War rested silent and dead in the deep waters off the Russian coast for than half a century carrying a cargo too terrifying to contemplate Now it has been found and its terrible treasure liberated by those who would set the world on fire.A remote viewer working in top secret for the U.S government, October Guinness can see events occurring on the other side of the globe But she and her loose cannon partner, CIA agent Jax Alexander who questions the validity of Tobie s gift have arrived too late to prevent a bloodbath and perhaps the Apocalypse as well Now every second brings the unthinkable a step closer and places Tobie and Jax in the gunsights of powerful enemies in frighteningly high places as they race to connect the dots between an impending catastrophe and a nightmare cultivated decades earlier by Nazi scientists with an evil agenda about to become all too real
    The Solomon Effect A German U boat lost in the final days of the Second World War rested silent and dead in the deep waters off the Russian coast for than half a century carrying a cargo too terrifying to contemplate No

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    1. The Solomon Effect 2009 371 pages by C S Graham.I picked this book up at a Borders that was closing, and got it for 70 or 80% off Without the steep discount I never would have looked at Graham The book turned out to be really riveting I flew through it The science fiction y part of the book is remote viewing and the sword of Solomon CIA man Jax Alexander and remote viewer October Guiness are looking into the disappearance of some cargo of a salvaged WW II era Nazi sub Jax is sent to investigate [...]

    2. 3.5 stars.Another rip roaring, race against a deadline thriller This time Tobie and Jax are running all over Russia and the Middle East trying to find out just what deadly cargo the Nazi sub was carrying when it was sunk at the end of WWII Tobie gets to show off her foreign language skills in this one.Once again the bad guys are dramatically eliminated, in ones and twos, as the story progresses The reader knows who the big baddies are, almost from the beginning The mystery is in identifying and [...]

    3. The first book in this series, The Archangel Project, was a wonderfully evocative and addictive thriller set in New Orleans Written by authors who knew the city intimately, it succeeded in using the city s neighborhoods and museums to give life to an exciting mix of spies, terrorists, bureaucrats, the paranormal, and the city s problems after Hurricane Katrina It grabbed you and kept hold of you until the last page.I was therefore eagerly awaiting the second book in the series and was not disapp [...]

    4. The second of three books so far featuring Remote Viewer Tobie Guiness and CIA agent and black sheep Jax Alexander, the book continues their adventures with a new problem, based around the cargo of a Nazi U boat recovered near Russia.After reading the first book, The Archangel Project, I was eager to read this book, the next in the series but it took me a while to find it because the teaser chapter included in the first book gave an incorrect title The Deadlight Connection.As in the first book, [...]

    5. MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS.Fun i.e tense thriller centering on a young woman Navy officer who has the skill of remote viewing, seeing details of places, objects, people she has never even met or been to Tobie, the woman, has language abilities and her sensing talent She teams up w Jax Alexander, a U.S govt agent who has espionage and combat skills, and no faith in Tobie s gift.There s a sense of romantic potential between the two, as they save the world fr a terrible Nazi era weapon the ability to inf [...]

    6. The Solomon Effect is the 2nd book in the Jax Alexander series written by CS Graham Just like the first, newly promoted Navy Ensign October Guinness and CIA rogue agent Jax Alexander team up to solve the mysterious disappearance of a sunk German submarine The book is full of action thrilled scenes The mind boggling mystery that surrounded the German submarine I really thought I had it Even got chilled when Tobie did a remote viewing and she seen nothing Really thought it was because of the atomi [...]

    7. A remote viewing of a WWII U boat by October Guinness causes the U.S government, who can see events occurring on the other side of the globe to send her and loose cannon partner, CIA agent Jax Alexander who questions the validity of Tobie s gift have arrived too late to prevent a bloodbath and perhaps the Apocalypse as well Now every second brings the unthinkable a step closer and places Tobie and Jax in the gunsights of powerful enemies in frighteningly high places as they race to connect the [...]

    8. this is the second book and it moved just as slow as the first one there is a lot of action but there are a lot of different characters in the book and trying to remember who is who gets difficult at times The book is well written with lots of details this is diffently not a skimming type of book you would miss to much of what is going on I did really like that the main characters had a lot of hoops to jump through and everytime they think they re getting somewhere something happens Good read bu [...]

    9. What a fantastic novel I absolutely love these novels that mix fiction with historical facts On than one occasion I found myself going to Google and researching out an element or two of events to find out Did this really happen Sure enough, it did.The action is non stop and the depth of the research by the authors is phenominal Not only do they keep my attention with good plot, indepth characters, mystery and action, but they go throwing in historical elements and events that peek my interest [...]

    10. This C.S.Graham book was about how the CIA with the help of a remote viewer went about finding out what the cargo was of a World War II vintage German submarine that was salvaged and then blown up by unknown mercenaries His books are a little hard for me to follow sometimes because he adds elements that are kind of far out, almost science fiction, but very close to being real It makes the reader a bit scared of what could really be out there that could destroy our civilization and even life as w [...]

    11. I picked up The Solomon Effect because I thought it sounded interesting and I was not disappointed The novel is filled with secrets, murder, and conspiracy I enjoyed the novel s fast pace set up and Jax Alexander, the near American version of James Bond, but less savvy and still blowing things up There was also a great deal of humor, dry and at times dark but still helped to bring the tone of how dark the novel is to a level that you don t realize until 3 4 the way through.

    12. I m not actually finished yet but I have a great deal of difficulty putting this thriller down It s about an experienced CIA agent and an inexperienced Navy remote viewer who are trying to uncover the secret behind a salvaged Nazi U Boat and its missing contents, and find themselves on the trail of a plot to obliterate the Middle East Like I said, I m not finished, but as soon as I started reading it I got sucked right in

    13. The United States has a physic viewing program When an old Nazi submarine is raised in Russian waters and a terrorist threat is received, a physic pinpoints the sub and the viewer goes to Russia with a CIA agent to find out what is going on The pair run into than they elect as a domestic terror group is ready to attack on Halloween.

    14. Great spy thriller I thoroughly enjoyed this fast paced mystery It s horrifying to think what humans can do and have done to each other, and how alive vicious hatred and bigotry can be In the vein of the Bourne movies with the intrigue of a Dan Brown novel, this book soars In the afterword, I enjoyed learning what is fiction versus fact Wonderful writing.

    15. A German U boat lost in the final days of the Second World War rested silent and dead in the deep waters off the Russian coast for than half a century carrying a cargo too terrifying to contemplate Now it has been found and its terrible treasure liberated by those who would set the world on fire.

    16. Well done and very gripping surprises at every turn I especially liked the well researched science and history included in the plot, as well as the way the authors subverted so many thriller plot stereotypes Original, educational, and entertaining One of the best thrillers I ve read in a long time.

    17. I didn t enjoy this second book as much as the first, but I really like the suspense in this author This book is about still the remote viewer October and CIA guy Jax and how they have to figure out what was in the Nazi U boat raised up in Russia and who wants to use the deadly bio weapon they find out about Overall, still very good and good page turner Keeps you wondering what is going on.

    18. This is the 2nd book that I have read by this author I enjoyed it as much as the 1st I like the concept of remote viewing and the interaction between Tobie Jax Looking forward to the next episode.

    19. Book 2 following The Archangel Project.Another good story about a general and an industry titan who conspire to cause a catastrophe brought about through the use of old Nazi scientific work Exciting.

    20. A decent thriller that takes a while to pick up speed I like the mix of recent historical information WWII era into the plot, though sometimes the characters sound like they are giving history lectures to one another.

    21. pretty good action thriller spy book I admit I was frustrated because I felt I was halfway through the book before I had any real idea about what IT was It did make me want to keep reading until I knew what the threat was A great book to read while traveling.

    22. Fact mixed with fiction, and a lot of action, this is just as good as the other books of the authors I enjoyed it.

    23. I like how they ve used remote viewing as a main part of the book It makes me think what if and was it successful at all

    24. Exciting, well done thriller about a salvaged Nazi era sub with a terrible secret Nail biting suspense, I will read by this author.

    25. I like this character Toby Guiness The remote viewing thing is wierd, but interesting and the stuff about the government is shocking

    26. Way too much bad language Really enjoyed the story line, like the charactersbut really it would be great if only the use of those yucky words were cut.

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