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Book Review-Extended Forecast: Global Chaos-Michael Andrisano

Monday, May 5, 2014


According to the front cover of the book this is the second in the Rain Men Series and Sequel to Operation Seeding. This is one of the conspiracy/thriller type novels that will chill you to the bone. All of us in the NY and NJ area remember the Perfect Storm which clobbered our area and spread devastation. It is still being dealt with by many, many people! Well what if a "company" had figured out a way to control the weather, rain and storms etc? And what if the governments of countries used this technology to their own advantage?

This book can stand on it's own without having read the first in the series, although I think I might want to read it as well as the third. I am sitting here praying that this type of technology NEVER is created or at least used as depicted in this novel--Nature does a good enough job thank you very much!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

The anti-climate control lobbies are having a field day, their accusations shrieking from the headline of every newspaper, worldwide. It is now accepted as fact that HT Wetco had flown under the radar to single-handedly sabotage the weather around the entire planet. As the repercussions of climate interference spiral out of control, with economies and living conditions impacted around the globe, the trial of the century unfolds. As their largest man made storm Hurricane Susan is bearing down to strike along the eastern seaboard, coincidence, or a deliberate sabotage effort perpetrated by HT Wetco, with the blessings of the US government. As this extreme weather event begins Chinese General Ly N Ming and his men begin their attack in Lorton, Virginia. While unbeknownst to many a former Russian KGB agent, Günter and the Muslim Brotherhood now plot to bring nuclear destruction to America. While Luther and Juan travel From Moscow to Madagascar seeking the whereabouts of the madman Günter. In America Clara, Brad and a new ally Joan Romanski of the Russkaya Mafiya seek the information they need in helping stop the attack. In the center of it all is Todd Thurston grandson and now CEO of HT Wetco. His allies confident in their knowledge that whoever controls the weather will also control the world. A deftly plotted thriller showing you a world that modern technology has created, Extended Forecast: Global Chaos is the second book in the compelling trilogy that began with Operation Seeding, which now has a following around the world. Operation Seeding will be published in an updated edition to coincide with the release of Global Chaos.

Read a couple of chapters here

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About the Author: (from the back of the book)

(picture from his website )

Mike Andrisano is retired. He lives in New Jersey with his wife. He has two children and five grandchildren.

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39 comments :

Masshole Mommy said...

I like it when a book is part of a series, but it can stand on it's own like this. It sounds like it would be a really good read!

ReviewsSheROTE Pamela R said...

the thought of anyone controlling the weather is a scary one!!

Leelo R said...

I really don´t like the idea of someone controlling the weather :S I hope this never happens in real life.

Diane Estrella said...

You read such a unique variety of books but always seem to find winners. Thanks for another great review.

Maria said...

I have this weird addiction to the weather. I don't know why but this is something I would love to read!!

Dan from Platter Talk said...

Love the premise of this story; sounds like you found another great read!!

Athena Nagel said...

Very interesting story line. I may have to add this to my "to read" list (which is of course a mile long...). Great review.

Monica said...

You have a knack for suggesting compelling books! This one sounds like one that I wouldn't want to put down.

mail4rosey said...

You know, we find ways to control so many things. It's not that odd that people would try to control the weather too. Sounds intriguing (and scary!). Thanks for the review!

theroadtodomestication.com said...

Ooo! Sounds like a good one! I would want to read the first one, though!

Danielle Royalegacy said...

This one sounds great. Love finding more thriller books that feature a variation of TEOTWAWKI

Lexie Lane said...

Oh my gosh! If people could start controlling nature then we are in for big trouble! That really is scary!

Jessica said...

I will let my husband know about this. He is looking for a new series to start.

Erinn Sluka said...

Tis book is exactly what my son loves to read. I'll have to show his this!

Cindy Batchelor said...

This looks like such a good book! I can't wait to check it out!

Dee @ Cocktails with Mom said...

Sounds really interesting and one to check out.

Theresa Mahoney said...

That's the last thing we need is humans messing with Mother Nature! This sounds like a book that is very interesting, even if it would scare the pants off me!

Onica MommyFactor said...

I enjoy a good conspiracy book. This one has a great storyline. Will have to add to my reading list.

Kung Phoo said...

There has to be some kind of truth to that.. Conspiracy surrounds us all the time!

Couponing Away Debt said...

Hmmm this looks interesting, I love when books are never ending and become a series

Jamie F said...

This looks like a very interesting book...I love books where you don't have to read the sequels!

Scott said...

Sounds like a book my wife would love (I'm not a fiction fan).

JT and Amanda said...

This looks like a good book. Thanks for sharing.

Danielle @ We Have It All said...

My hubby would love this book, it's right up his ally!

valmg @ Mom Knows It All said...

I love to read! There aren't enough hours in the day for me to read all these great books I keep hearing about!

Kero Pinkihan said...

i like the plot! I am giving Alex Cross series a rest and currently into these type of novels - science fiction, thriller, conspiracy theories.

I enjoyed the preview and will add this to my reading list. Hubby will be delighted to know more about this!

Payal Bansal said...

this one sounds quite an interesting read, controlling weather is something that looks so mysterious and mystical. Would love to read it

Sharon Martin said...

Oh I like the sound of this one, you have me intrigued !!

Felicia Franceschelli said...

Thanks for the great review. Now I want to add this, as well as the first book to my list of "must read' !!

Christine D said...

Looks like a great story line. It would be terrifying if this technology ever did come to be! We would all be at the mercy of whoever was controlling it.

Liz Mays said...

Sometimes I think...'don't give anyone any ideas' when I read these kinds of books. It's scary! It sounds like a goody!

Kenneth Clutario Agudo said...

This is surely a thrilling book. Just like "Deluge" its pretty terrifying. This would make a nice movie

Elayna Fernandez-Bare said...

I love reading and it seems like you read so many books in such little time. Any tips?

Michele D said...

What a interesting story line! I will have to add this one to my must haves. Thank you!

Marie Baker said...

My husband loves to read and I think this would be interesting to him. Thanks for sharing fathers day is coming.

Ckrusch said...

Sounds like a great book! I think it would be a great reading, placed on my list.

Mel Cole said...

Sounds like an extreme sci-fi fiction book to read. Interesting!

Healy Harpster said...

Definitely my kind of story to read. Loved stories that would give me some chills.

Chubskulit Rose said...

This is one of the many themes that I'd love reading, so many possibilities!

 
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