Title: The Quaker State Affair
Author: Dan Romain
Publisher: Two Harbors Press
What happens when “some day” finally arrives?
A mysterious explosion in Taiwan. Nuclear secrets stolen from Los Alamos. China’s manifest destiny at hand.
In the near future, America and China go head-to-head in a battle of technological bluffs, setting in motion a chain of events that could lead to skyrocketing oil prices, the end of the dollar, the American way of life, and the republic itself. The only man who might have an answer in the midst of the international crisis is Patrick “Mac” McDaniels, a world-renowned physicist who wants nothing to do with the government. Has he been conducting revolutionary energy research in secret? And if so, will McDaniels be America’s salvation—or its ruin?
I guess I was expecting something different when I read the synopsis for this book? I don't know. Something about it didn't really get to me. I couldn't get passed chapter one. It could be that I was reading it on and off so I really didn't read it straight on, but I don't know. I've never just stopped reading a book and never finish it. I guess I could try again in a period of time where I do have time to just sit and read pages upon pages, but currently it doesn't catch my interest.
I'll be sure to post another review later on if I do end up reading it and finishing it.
Thank you, Nicole for allowing me to try to read this!