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Siberia, 1908: A massive explosion occurs above the Tunguska region - known as the Tunguska Event - releasing the equivalent energy of 185 Hiroshima nuclear bombs. An asteroid impact or comet fragment is thought to have been the cause. It happened then, and it will happen again....

Mysterious whale deaths....

Wales, UK - When a blue whale gets washed ashore and dies in front of Robert Spire on his local beach, the UK's Department of the Environment and local population are ill-prepared. When a second whale washes up dead on Myrtle Beach on the opposite side of the Atlantic, the scientific community realizes it has a mystery on its hands, and questions need answering.

A quest for meteorite fragments....

Environmental lawyer Robert Spire, newly recruited to the UK's Global Environmental Command Unit - GLENCOM, flies over to South Carolina to investigate. While there, he teams up with marine biologist Dr. Sally Rivea, also assigned to the case. Meanwhile in Nevada, US, ex-Marine Travis Dexter is on the run after he discovers the body of his employer - philanthropist Julian Smithies - murdered in his home. The only object missing: a recently discovered, rare, and valuable space meteorite, its origin unknown.

A future global cataclysm....

On the island of Exuma in the Bahamas, four sport divers make a startling discovery at the bottom of Mystery Cave blue hole. Sixty miles offshore in the Caribbean Sea, drilling on the Proteus oil rig turns to disaster as the drill bit snaps as it strikes something hard on the ocean floor. Dr. Rivea, at a loss to explain the high levels of the mineral olivine discovered in the whale's tissue samples, accompanies Spire to the Caribbean in search of answers, but when they get there, the mystery only deepens as they unearth a conspiracy with cataclysmic consequences....

Robert Spire is propelled into a fast-paced action-adventure thriller.

©2014 Simon Rosser (P)2019 Chris McDonnell, Simon Rosser

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  • 03-12-2019

Love the suspense, intrigue, and the mental stimul

Impact Point
Robert Spire Thriller, Book 2
By: Simon Rosser
Narrated by: David Loving
This is an audio book I requested and the review is voluntary. This is the kind of book I love and there aren't enough of them. It starts with blue whales beaching themselves and dying. Then someone trying to stop the research on it. From this , there is people that are dangerous, killers, kidnappers,and more. It weaves a story all over the world, and so fascinating!
The narration was great!

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  • Barbara Gilbert
  • 20-06-2020

Great premise

Loved this story. The narrator did an excellent job bringing the characters to life. Robert Spire gets involved in yet another seemingly innocent investigation. Turns out that a piece of asteroid from years ago will lead to even more questions and later clues to a secret organization bent on Earth's destruction. It will ultimately be up to Robert to do what he does best,

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  • tburbr
  • 10-05-2020

Long Winded

I really wish the author would have stuck with the narrator from the first book. I didn't care for the narrators voice. He seemed to read to the point that he ran out of air. I think that a majority of the scientific information could have been glossed over and didn't need to be so long winded. I was bored throughout most of the book due to the lack of action.

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  • Sharon Meier
  • 23-11-2019

What will happen to the earth?

I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I enjoyed this book had a lot of twists and turns as you followed the storyline. What hit the earth? Where ? Why? When? And who was going to make money from it and not get killed? All good questions. If you love a good mystery and space you will like this book.

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  • Ryan Schukei
  • 12-11-2019

Is it the end of humankind?

A well written story with excellent characters and plot. I was drawn into the story from the beginning and never escaped the emotions. It was very realistic.

The narrator did a good job of reading the story. The quality of his voice sounded a little like he had a clamp partially on his nose keeping him from breathing fully. He pronounced some of the word differently from what I expected. He was an American as am I. I didn’t recognize any regional dialect. He did a good job even with this.

This book deserves to be read or listened. Nice job.

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  • Jo
  • 05-10-2019

Well worth the credit!!

This is the most enjoyable book I’ve listened to in quite awhile!
Great story line and engaging listen.
I don’t want to ruin it for anyone...
Just take the plunge and dive in, you’ll enjoy it!

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  • 06-12-2019

Interesting storyline

A really interesting storyline with a good narration. I enjoyed it very much and would like to read more by the author

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