Cy Reed Adventure, no. 1
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To locate his missing friend, former urban archaeologist Cy Reed must piece together his shattered life and return to the one place on earth he truly fears...Manhattan.
Soon, he's storming through flooded subway tunnels, discovering a lost laboratory, battling a mysterious man-eating beast, and scaling a mountainous skyscraper. But as he plunges deeper into the strange and murky legends surrounding a piece of forgotten technology, he begins to untangle a staggering conspiracy.
More than sixty years ago, a Nazi physicist created a weapon capable of setting the world aflame. Now, a diabolical industrialist plans to finish the job. At stake is the future of a nation…millions of innocent lives…and one man's final chance at redemption.
For lovers of Jack Reacher and Dirk Pitt…here comes Cyclone Reed!
Hang on to your seat! If you like roller coaster action, fast-paced adventure and the thrill of treasure, you’ll love Chaos, the suspense-filled debut novel of David Meyer.
Chaos is a finely woven story full of intrigue set below the streets of New York City. The main protagonist, Cyclone Reed, is an urban archaeologist turned treasure hunter. Written in the first person, Reed’s ability to laugh at himself truly makes him appealing. The dialogue is short and witty, and just when everything seems to be wrapped-up; the story takes another exciting twist and turn. I was hooked from page one and the author kept me guessing right up to the surprise ending.
If you’re a fan of Clive Cussler or Dan Brown, you will enjoy this book. I can’t wait to get my hands on the sequel, “Ice Storm”!
Chaos, a good read!
Chaos is a "edge of your seat while reading" kind of book. The author takes you on an adventure you won't soon forget. After I read Chaos, I began to watch for another of Mr. Meyer's books and found Ice Storm to read as well! Like others, I appreciated the facts behind the story and found them to be believable. The tale kept unwinding in depth and action. I'd definitely recommend this as a "do read it book".