Zero Hour: A Novel from the NUMA Files, Volume 11

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Wheeler Publishing, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 2013 - Fiction - 515 pages
7 Reviews
The dazzling new novel in the #1 "New York Times"-bestselling series from the grand master of adventure.
It is called zero point energy, and it really exists--a state of energy contained in all matter everywhere, and thus all but unlimited. Nobody has ever found a way to tap into it, however--until one scientist discovers a way.
Or at least he thinks he has. The problem is, his machines also cause great earthquakes, even fissures in tectonic plates. One machine is buried deep underground; the other is submerged in a vast ocean trench. If Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala and the rest of the NUMA team aren't able to find and destroy them, and soon, the world will be on the threshold of a new era of earth tremors and unchecked volcanism.
Now, that can't be good.

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Review: Zero Hour (NUMA Files #11)

User Review  - Henri Moreaux - Goodreads

Another well paced Cussler thriller. Zero Hour sees the NUMA team tracking down a mad scientist who has harnessed Tesla's research and aims to seek revenge on those who has spurned him in his pursuits ... Read full review

Review: Zero Hour (NUMA Files #11)

User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

First book like this I've "read" listened to it on Books on Tape. pretty much non-stop adventure, fast action, some fun characters, and enough "science" to be intriguing, made me look up some things to check on reality...Overall, not my cup of tea, but made for a good car book.. Read full review

About the author (2013)

Clive Cussler is the author of dozens of "New York Times" bestsellers, most recently "The Tombs," "Poseidon's Arrow," and "The Striker." He lives in Arizona.
Graham Brown is the author of "Black Rain" and "Black Sun," and the coauthor with Cussler of "Devil's Gate" and "The Storm." A pilot and an attorney, he lives in Arizona.

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