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Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite
This concept is frightening. Terrorists seeking ways to use technology to create and multiply the effects of natural disasters. It made me afraid for the world my children will live in...and it was great reading. Final Extinction revolves around a terrorist attempt to use a nuclear explosion at an isolated but revered American landmark to trigger a possible extinction event. The writing is crisp and tight. The characters are well portrayed and the steps taking us to the exciting denouement are laid out in a logical sequence that will totally convince you such an attempt is at least as possible as someone flying planes into the Twin Towers.
Final Extinction is only 23 pages long but author Michael Curley has set up a scenario, and created a team, that will thrill readers for many novels to come. I was at times reminded of the writing of Tom Clancy and Robert Ludlum. The portrayal of dedicated American professionals is spot on, as well as the reasons a rich terrorist might go to such extremes to change the world we live in. This story is an excellent explanation as to why a crack, dedicated team of scientists and agents is needed to track and circumvent terrorist efforts in America and around the world. If you like exciting, detailed stories of the dangerous world of espionage then Final Extinction by Michael Curley will certainly whet your appetite for action. But I have to warn you that you won't feel nearly as safe when you go to sleep at night.