The Tsunami Countdown
By Boyd Morrison
The page-turning new thriller from the bestselling author of The Noah's Ark Quest
One man. One hour. One million people to save...
Over the remote central Pacific, an airliner is rocked by a massive explosion and plummets into the ocean, leaving no survivors.
Twelve hundred miles away in Hawaii, Kai Tanaka, the acting director of the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre in Honolulu, notes a minor seismic disturbance but doesn't make the connection with the lost airplane. He has no reason to worry about his wife, manager of a luxury hotel, or his daughter, who is enjoying the sunshine at Waikiki beach.
But when all contact with neighbouring Christmas Island is lost, Kai is the first to realize that Hawaii faces an epic catastrophe: in one hour, a series of massive waves will wipe out Honolulu. He has just sixty minutes to save the lives of a million people, including his wife and daughter...
Addictive and fast-paced, The Tsunami Countdown pitches an ordinary man against the odds in an electrifying and action-packed thriller. You won't be able to put it down.
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- ISBN: 9780751547153
- Publication date: 08 Nov 2012
- Page count: 512
After university, Boyd Morrison earned a PhD in industrial engineering, worked for NASA and tested Xbox games for Microsoft. A professional actor and outdoor-sports enthusiast, he is currently at work on his next thriller in the Tyler Locke series. Join Boyd on Facebook - visit www.boydmorrison.com to find out more.
The best thriller I've read this year. — Chris Kuzneski, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of THE DEATH RELIC
As a mega-tsunami sweeps for Hawaii, readers will be caught in the riptide as Kai Tanaka fights for his family's survival. Not to be missed! — James Rollins, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of The Devil Colony
Opens with a bang-literally-and then takes the reader on a watery thrill ride of terror. This is top-notch suspense, with crisp plotting, believable characters, and well-researched science. A classic disaster novel, up there with the very best. — Douglas Preston, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author
A pulse-pounding tale delivered by a born storyteller. — John Case, NEW YORK TIMES bestseller