Something in Iceland is changing the orbit the moon!
Geophysicist Alex Cave and his friend Okana descend deep into a dormant volcano, seeking answers to the strange phenomenon. They don’t realize they are being followed by Janice Sloan, a ruthless woman dealing in stolen technology, and John Essex, a millionaire scientist fanatical about conquering outer space and eventually mining the moon.
Satellites start falling from the sky and the International Space Station is being pulled down into the atmosphere. The moon is being dragged from orbit and the increased tidal affect begins destroying shorelines around the world!
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In book four of Corkill’s Alex Cave series, the discovery a gravity defying device and Cave’s lust for adventure set in motion the potential destruction of the world. The plot moves forward with few surprises and a villain so underdeveloped that she is hard to root against, let alone fear. Each new consequence of the gravitational device drives the plot forward, but the momentum is quick and labored. Readers will find the book's premise interesting, but the predictability and half-baked villain detract from the story.
Date Submitted: June 02, 2016
In James Corkill's latest novel, Gravity, we see the return of Alex Cave and other memorable characters, such as his friends, Okana and Director Donner. In this story, we also see a different side to Alex. A more compassionate side as he embarks on a serious relationship with his live-in girlfriend.As always, James Corkill does not disappoint when it comes to bringing action and thrill to the table. Just when you think things of an extraordinary nature can't keep happening, Corkill throws another other-worldly problem into Alex Cave's lap. From the first page, the intensity and thrill don't quit until you hit the last page. It's a page-turner and you won't want to put it down.For those of you who are readers of the previous Alex Cave books, this novel will not disappoint. He's back and more daring than ever.For those who are reading the Alex Cave books for the first time, prepare for a great ride.
This is another brilliantly written story, sequel of Dead Energy, Cold Energy and Red Energy. If you thought that the story of our hero, an ex-CIA agent named Alex Cave, could not get better, you were completely wrong. The author keeps raising the bar, as if it was possible at all.
In this episode, Alex Cave is invited into a meeting in Iceland where a very strange geological event is observed. Asked to investigate, he goes with his best friend Ocana. In their way they meet other explorers that are also trying to see what is causing the observed behavior. All indications lead to the conclusion of the existence of a device that when active can control gravity on objects placed directly above it. But the bad guys beet them and get the device first. While trying to retrieve the object that was activated and was causing major problems, Alex's new family is kidnapped and now, besides having to recover the device and save the world, he also needs to save his family.
As usual, we can see that a lot of research was done by the author in order to create a very intelligent and believable plot.
You will read the book on the edge of your seat. Every turn of a page brings more excitement and it is guaranteed that you will be entertained for hours. It took me about eight hours to read the whole book.
I can hardly wait to read more Alex Cave's adventures! You definitely should try James Corkill's books. His intelligent plots are here to stay. I just wonder when his stories will attract someone in Hollywood so we will be able to enjoy all those actions in a big screen!
Another great sic-fi adventure book from James Corkill. This time, his main character, Alex Cave, is presented with another anomaly that draws him into intrigue in Iceland that quickly folds into a danger to the entire planet. True to Alex' nature, he can't resist being a modern age combination of MacGyver and Indiana Jones, with just a bit of James Bond thrown in for good measure. As with his Energy series, Corkill keeps the pace going and the surprises coming, making you wonder if anybody on Earth is going to live through this one. I completely enjoyed this book; it never left me hanging, but drug me along an adrenalin-pumping ride around the planet and into space. I almost needed a vacation by the time I was finished! Two enthusiastic thumbs up for still another great novel from this author!
After a glut of entries, Gravity is #11 in Shelf Unbound Magazine 100 Notables for 2015