The Thor Conspiracy: The Seventy-Hour Countdown to Disaster by Larry Burkett Online

The Thor Conspiracy: The Seventy-Hour Countdown to Disaster
Title : The Thor Conspiracy: The Seventy-Hour Countdown to Disaster
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ISBN : 9780785272007
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 336

In this mesmerizing story from the author of The Illuminati, Burkett gives us a haunting vision of a 21st-century America crumbling under Orwellian government control. Readers will find intrigue and inspiration in the story of one man's death-defying struggle to uncover the truth behind 50 years of government lies.

The Thor Conspiracy: The Seventy-Hour Countdown to Disaster Reviews

  • Katherine

    Complete silliness.

  • Nora St Laurent

    In this fast-paced thriller set in the not-so-distant future, the world is in the clutches of an alliance of governments, poised to install a single, global dictator.When an EPA intern uncovers evidence of a massive political cover-up involving a nuclear testing project called THOR, he turns the documents over to his supervisor, Dale Crawford - and then dies under mysterious circumstances. As Crawford struggles to put the pieces together - and stay alive himself- he enlists the help of two other [...]

  • Mazo1313

    Overall a great read. A little hard for me to get into it in the beginning. It has to do with our government and, of course, not everyone was honest. At times, I found it scary to think maybe our government could turn out the way it was in this book. Check it out! Let me know what you think.

  • Fredrick Danysh

    Environmentalist have taken over the US government and society and America is no longer a world power. A 50 year old coverup regarding the ozone layer threatens to expose the environmentalist culture and power.

  • Trooper1048

    This was a very interesting book. If we aren't carefully, this could actually happen to the USA and the world. People need to really question the actions of its governing body and not just go along with their programs.

  • Josh

    As a sequel I thought this book lacked some in development and didn't quite live up to the quality of The Illuminati. Regardless, it was still an excellent read with a quite unique concept for historical events.

  • Ricardo Mota

    Very entertaining and enlightning.

  • Rick

    I didn't really expect much out of this one. It had its moments and kept me engaged. Try Joel Rosenberg intead.

  • Edith

    Trying to get through. It's very preachy and the action is sparse. But I hate not finishing books.

  • Jenna

    Enjoyed The Illuminati betteris one seemed a little anticlimactic to me at the end, but still a fun government conspiracy thrillerde me want to read up a little more on global warming :)

  • Noreen

    A timely government thriller book about environmental issues and government manipulation and cover-ups. Kept my interest and makes you think.

  • Jessica

    Lots of interesting tie ins to current events although it was written 15 years ago. Good plot; tho' very "convenient" wrap up, and not the most intriguing prose I've ever read.

  • Ray

    More true than when written in 1995