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Description:ISBN 0330375822 / Author: Ken Follett / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Terrorists working to stop the building of a power plant threaten to ... more
The Hammer of Eden - Ken Follett ... trigger an earthquake on California's coast line. An FBI expert warns that the individual behind the threat is sane, capable and serious. If he causes the earthquake millions of lives will be at risk.
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The book tells the story of a past criminal called Priest, who establishes a commune in California living there with other individuals for more than twenty years. The commune is self-sustaining (vineyards) set in a peaceful valley and virtually not on the radar of Government (or the general public) - until Priest learns of Government plans to utilise most of the valley in the construction of a power dam. Priest together with Star (his somewhat eccentric female partner), and Melanie (a new addition to the commune) formulate a plan to steal a seismic vibrator (used in oil field exploration) in order to create an earthquake - and use this threat against Government so that Read the complete review
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