WHAT IF THE MAN YOU'RE TRYING TO STOP IS THE ONE WHO'S TRYING TO SAVE THE WORLD?
'Provocative, important and very thrilling ' JAMES PATTERSON
'A gripping story . . . Klass can weave a tale like few others' DAVID BALDACCI
'Terrific. The plotting is impeccable' SUNDAY TIMES THRILLER OF THE MONTH
'A whale of a ride' OBSERVER
An unstoppable terrorist. But not like any that's gone before . . .
Each attack he launches targets global threats to the environment.
Only one man can stop him.
But should he?
So gripping you won't stop reading.
So original, you won't stop talking about it.
This is a thriller like nothing you've read before . . .
'A compelling cat-and-mouse chase' THE TIMES
'A top-notch thriller' WALL STREET JOURNAL
This entertaining if predictable thriller from YA author Klass (Losers Take All) pits FBI data analyst Tom Smith against Green Man, an eco-terrorist (or heroic environmental activist, depending on one's perspective) who has targeted industries and sites that are hastening humankind's seemingly unstoppable march toward extinction. After the destruction of a dam on Idaho's Snake River, which had been stopping wild salmon runs, Smith, whose estranged father is a retired FBI agent, is put on the Green Man Task Force. His instincts, like his father's, are uncannily accurate, and soon he begins closing in on the elusive bomber, whose mission is to create a sustainable earth where the next generation has hope for the future. The topic is timely, the pacing is pedal-to-the-metal, and Klass does a solid job of creating three-dimensional characters out of Smith and Green Man but the conclusion is far too obvious. Hopefully, the author will include some big plot twists or revelations in his next outing.