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The Day After Tomorrow () is a thriller novel by Allan Folsom which appeared in the number 3 spot in its first week on the New York Times bestseller list for. The Day After Tomorrow book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A thriller which weaves together three stories of internati. Touted as a blockbuster, this assured debut thriller delivers in full--and then some . A young American doctor haunted by his father's murder stumbles into a.
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The Day After Tomorrow and millions of other books are available for instant access. . The Day After Tomorrow Mass Market Paperback – February 1, I loved the movie, The Day After Tomorrow, so thought I'd order the book to read an expanded story line. What a disappointment. Not only did it not provide much . In a Paris cafe, American surgeon Paul Osborn looks across the earn your way to a free book! The Day After Tomorrow by Allan Folsom.
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A thriller which weaves together three stories of international intrigue. In the first a doctor has to confront his father's killer, in the second a detective investigates a series of horrific murders, and in the third an international organization devises a masterplan of apocalyptic dimensions. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
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Sort order. May 29, Frank rated it it was amazing Recommended to Frank by: You've read this next line a million times: It had me from the first page. I can assure you that it may never be more true than in this book. Further, it's more likely true not just form the first page, but from the first sentence.
Then it's a roller coaster ride across an amazing plot line that crosses generations and continents. This reader was left almost breathless in the end.
Speaking of the end, well, ok, I won't speak of the end other than to say "wow" as it sneaks up on you and then leav You've read this next line a million times: Speaking of the end, well, ok, I won't speak of the end other than to say "wow" as it sneaks up on you and then leaves your jaw hanging.
I enjoyed every single page of this one, and I can't recommend it too highly. View 1 comment. Apr 25, Dyuti rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Day After Tomorrow was one of the first thrillers that I ever read, at age 12, from my school library. I presume that the librarian had not read it herself, so as to include in the shelf, considering it had liberal doses of 'between the sheets' activities!
Err, not the 'between the sheets' part. The book. On the whole. What ensu The Day After Tomorrow was one of the first thrillers that I ever read, at age 12, from my school library. What ensues is a battle of wits, with startling revelations, resulting in the chaser becoming the chased, until in the end, he confronts a terrifying truth.
A truth which can change the future forever! I wonder how the author Allan Folsom managed to amalgamate science, history and technology all in the same novel, without letting it seem bogged down with the weight of his research. Something I feel happens to Dan Brown every time he starts to write a thriller.
His startling facts surpasses his art of story-telling to magnanimous quantities. Its fast paced, and as one of the critics wrote in the back cover: I started reading The Day After Tomorrow at 2 in the afternoon and finished reading it, my eyes bleeding at 3 am I defy you to put it down. View 2 comments. Jan 19, Joan rated it it was amazing. This was one of the best books I've ever read.
I still remember it - 14 years later! It is amazing how the stories are wound together and the ending is - it just is. I don't remember all the details of the book - its been so long. But any book that I can remember the name and enjoying it and the ending so many years later, gets 5 stars from me! Feb 21, Stacy rated it liked it. This book is about a man who is haunted by his father's murder many years earlier, that went unsolved and he is obessed with finding the killer.
All he remembers is the mans face, and while on a business trip to Europe, runs into him, starting an international uncovering of murder, big money involved in a rise of neo-nazi power. This book was gripping, page turning, although at times kind of slow, but well worth it.
Un libro adictivo, tiene la estructura que utiliza Dan Brown en sus novelas con capitulos muy cortos que te incitan a continuar con el siguiente.
The Day After Tomorrow
Para los amantes de las novelas de suspense totalmente recomendable. This book was a long, crazy journey. I loved every moment of it. May 09, Jill Berry rated it really liked it. My only complaint was that it went on a tad too long for me, but that won't matter to most people. What a story! My friend Alice recommended it and she was right on the money.
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May 30, Ginny rated it it was amazing. Awesome book. The kind you can't put down. Perfect summer beach read! Eine Mischung aus Polit - und Actionthriller, die mich gut unterhalten hat.
Wer Tom Clancy und Frederick Forsyth mag, der ist hier genau richtig. Aug 06, Jill Mackin rated it really liked it Shelves: The first thriller I ever read. Such a great story! Jun 15, Manugw rated it it was ok. It is a very long book with and intricate plot, breakneck pace and too many twist and turns just too many, one gets tired of them as well as a lot of action packed suspense in short time spans.
Characters pop up and disappear more than often murdered, obviously with an explanation not credible enough, showing a poor writing style. Though Mr Forsyth wrote few thrillers, they were terrific and released after a long and thorough research for the delight of his readers.
Conversely, this Folsom's book is just the conception of a plain far fetched childish fantasy about a German neo nazy conspiracy for a new Reich resurgence and employs the old worn formula "the good guys" taking on the "bad guys "playing a sort of chess game and a long tiresome chase throughout the whole book which seems never ending. Dec 21, Jack Rochester rated it really liked it. This novel kicks butt from the very first page.
The main character, Paul Osborne, is a great combination of intuitively smart and naive about the way a lot of stuff works in life. The writing is a near-perfect blend of description, narration and dialogue that kept me glued to it for days [I do almost all my reading in bed before I drift off to sleep, which Folsom's novel made difficult to do.
That's due i This novel kicks butt from the very first page. That's due in part to the fact that it was, first and foremost, an espionage thriller, but with a large dose of science fiction tossed in, which only made the book more intriguing. Trust me, the sci-fi angle is no deus ex machina. I was a bit disappointed with the turn of events at the conclusion. Many won't mind, as it's a fairly conventional denouement, to some extent more popular when the book was written during the early- to mids.
Even more popular a few decades before that. Anyway, I don't want to spoil it for other readers, so suffice to say the book was, from beginning to end, a very satisfying read. The Dalai Lama. Family Foraging. David Hamilton. Liminal Dreaming.
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Virgil Abloh. Wild and Crazy Guys. Nick de Semlyen. This America.What ensues is a battle of wits, with startling revelations, resulting in the chaser becoming the chased, until in the end, he confronts a terrifying truth. Jul 05, Minutes Buy. Views Read Edit View history. The Dalai Lama. When he sees the murderer again his memories take over.
It starts well, American orthopaedic surgeon in Paris recognises the man who killed his father 30 years earlier and determines to track him down to find out why. It is amazing how the stories are wound together and the ending is - it just is. This page was last edited on 16 May , at Readers also enjoyed.
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