Tsunami Storm

Tsunami Storm

David Capps

Tsunami Storm is both a disaster novel and a war novel. The US has developed technology to control the weather and cause earthquakes. Someone in the middle management of the various covert agencies decides to use the technology to punish the enemies of the United States, namely anyone who doesn’t recognize them as the world leaders. When an earthquake in China is traced by Chinese scientists to the US technology a new arms race is on involving weapons which don’t officially exist.

Like most books of this type the first part of the book is about setting up the characters and locations for the disasters and the people who will be the villains or heroes of the day. The characters are likable if a little predictable, and the tension around the final big disaster is well managed.
This is a good read if you’re looking for some escapism and some really good descriptions of the sub battle and disasters.

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