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Read This Freakin' Book! Believe me, you won't regret it. Shoot. I didn't. And I don't like anything.
So.... Read it. And while your hitting the download icon I'll be going back to chapter 1.
Thank you, dude named Swan Morrison who wrote the book called Judgement Day which is spelled with a capital J and a capital D that I keep rambling on about because it was totally freaking awesome. Thanks.
Seriously..... Thank you.
Sincerely, The American dude from Pittsburgh, Pa. named Ronald Moore who keeps rambling on about that book called Judgement Day which is spelled with a capital J and a capital D because it was totally freaking awesome.
We’re introduced to the archaeologist neighbor who won’t share what’s hidden “in the book” before an asteroid obliterates him. Then it’s a race among our man Swan, a cabal of Anglican bishops and vicars, MI5 and the CIA, a pot-cultivating sheep rancher, some renegade military types with the launch code, and another onrushing asteroid that will obliterate earth. Morrison has created a mash-up of genres: spy novel, science fiction, and thriller that takes us cruising around the world (once in a 30-minute trip from Area 51 to London in an invisible airplane). Surprisingly, the formula works
But to dismiss “Judgement Day” as a boiled pot of plot twists is like saying “The Big Lebowski” is the story of a bowling team. It’s more akin to Ian Fleming’s James Bond on hallucinogens or a “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” with no brakes on the rocket ship. Dan Brown’s “DaVinci Code” was a pedestrian exercise in conspiracy compared to the machinations cooked up by the religious extremists here who will go to every length to ensure Apocalypse, even to anointing self-same author and hero Swan Morrison as the divine harbinger of End Times.
Read this book if no other reason than to stretch your imagination and get a good laugh. It moves quickly through 134 short chapters. Or else turn on the TV and watch drivel. A new series of drivel will probably be on at 8:00 p.m.