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Reviewed by Kathryn Bennett for Readers' Favorite
"Pressure Drop" by Mitchell Smith takes us into a tale that blends the dry, wry humor of John Irving and the technical brilliance of Tom Clancy into one wonderful story. Mitchell Smith himself tells us that "Pressure Drop" is a blend of the 1980's opposition to the construction of a commercial nuclear power plant in New England and follows the lives of those people who work in the shadow of the containment dome.
To me "Pressure Drop" really comes across as a novel about the human condition. It is the true nuclear family. You think you know your family, your loved ones, but do you know them well enough to know what they would do if everything went pear-shaped? Would your loved ones stand side by side and together until the end, or would they become dangerous and turn against you? These are the kind of questions that "Pressure Drop" is going to leave you asking. I can promise that you will also be thinking about the events of this book long after you are done reading it.
Mitchell Smith's attention to details is truly amazing. Because of the way everything is presented and put together you can truly feel like a part of the story. It is the writing style that truly makes you absorbed in it and ask important questions about the story. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants something that will make them question life in general.