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Publisher Description

A page-turning science-fiction thriller from the author of Paradox Bound and the Ex-Heroes series.

Step into the fold. It's perfectly safe.

The folks in Mike Erikson's small New England town would say he's just your average, everyday guy. And that's exactly how Mike likes it. Sure, the life he's chosen isn’t much of a challenge to someone with his unique gifts, but he’s content with his quiet and peaceful existence.  

That is, until an old friend presents him with an irresistible mystery, one that Mike is uniquely qualified to solve: far out in the California desert, a team of DARPA scientists has invented a device they affectionately call the Albuquerque Door. Using a cryptic computer equation and magnetic fields to “fold” dimensions, it shrinks distances so that a traveler can travel hundreds of feet with a single step.

The invention promises to make mankind’s dreams of teleportation a reality. And, the scientists insist, traveling through the Door is completely safe. Yet evidence is mounting that this miraculous machine isn’t quite what it seems—and that its creators are harboring a dangerous secret. As his investigations draw him deeper into the puzzle, Mike begins to fear there’s only one answer that makes sense. And if he’s right, it may only be a matter of time before the project destroys…everything.  

A cunningly inventive mystery featuring a hero worthy of Sherlock Holmes and a terrifying final twist you’ll never see coming, The Fold is that rarest of things: a genuinely page-turning science-fiction thriller.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2015
June 2
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
Crown/Archetype
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
6.1
Mb

Customer Reviews

vulturinehook ,

Amazing read

If you haven't read, it is outstanding. It not plays with science, but gives you just enough to make you read more. I love this book

NotBrightEnough ,

a very nice Science Fiction diversion

Not too hot (i.e. techno babble), not to cold (so commonplace it is not described), but just right.

Zoniedoc ,

Predictable and convoluted

Somewhat entertaining but anyone who has read a reasonable amount of SF will be able to predict the basic plot twist in the first chapter. The unfortunate aspect of this book is that Peter Clines doesn't build his story based upon logical development, but takes a convoluted turn that one can only believe is meant to attract a movie contract. Think “Jurassic Park” action without a connected premise between the setup and the ultimate action sequences.

The ending allows for a potential sequel or possibly a series of books (the modern author’s road to ‘easy street’).

Not a bad book to read if you buy it at a discount. Don't fork over the big bucks for a hardcover copy.

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