Publish date: July 17th 2008
Pages no: 536
Edition language: English
Series: Flood (#1)
4.5 stars. It was long, and this bothered me at times, but only because I really wanted to get to the bottom of the mysteries and have some closure. It was all fascinating, though, and so terrifyingly true: if, may it not be, we see ocean rising of this magnitude this is totally how it would play...
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When I first started reading this book I wasn’t sold on it. The book started too slow, but soon enough the storyline picked up. I enjoyed the premise of the book of the world slowly drowning from floods, tsunamis, etc. What I loved about the book was the action sequences, and the relationships of t...
An apocalyptic novel, an environmental warning, Flood is not a feel good fiction. It is not really a feel anything fiction, because its cast is probably the best educated, most startlingly unconcerned, group you could ever hope to have watching the world sink under the gush of all this additional w...
Very interesting concept. The sea levels are rising and they don't stop at let's say 5 metres but they rise and rise and rise. Until all land is covered. Although I thought the story dragged a bit in the end the idea itself was entertaining enough for me to keep reading. I just loved the maps!
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