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Author: Graham Masterton
ISBN13: 978-0727876720
Title: Chaos Theory (Severn House Large Print)
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Language: English
Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Publisher: Severn House Large Print (May 1, 2008)
Pages: 366

Chaos Theory (Severn House Large Print) by Graham Masterton



Read "Chaos Theory" by Graham Masterton with Rakuten Kobo  . This book is excellent,I really enjoyed the story. with all the twists and turns. by Chaos theory on September 02, 2017.

Part of the Severn House Large Print series. Also in the Severn House Large Print series View all. Paths of the Air. £. 9.

I love Graham Masterton's work in that it's not only a fabulous and entertaining read, but he always makes you THINK!! He always presents some unique ways of looking at things you always took for granted until you read one of his books.

by: Graham Masterton. Publisher: Severn House Digital. Print ISBN: 9780727865366, 0727865366. eText ISBN: 9781780101200, 1780101201. These eTextbooks work best on large-screen devices and do not contain any embedded media or interactives. Fixed-layout eTextbooks support a wide range of features, including (but not limited to): notes, highlights, text-to-speech, printing, syncing across devices, and more.

a. Severn House, UK, 2007 (hc) Price £1. 9 ISBN: 0-727-86536-6 b., t. Piotr Kus, Rebis Publishing House, Poznan, 2007 Price: 2. 0 PLN ISBN: 978-83-7301-852-5.

This novel was adapted in 1978 for the film The Manitou. He is also the only non-French winner of the prestigious Prix Julia Verlanger for his novel Family Portrait, an imaginative reworking of the Oscar Wilde novel The Picture of Dorian Gray.

About book: When stuntman Noah Flynn finds a strange medallion with what appear to be ancient cuneiform markings, little does he suspect there will be disastrous consequences for those around him. When the Arabic would-be assassin of aid agency diplomat Adeola Davis turns out to have been wearing a similar medallion, she and Noah join together to discover what this can all mean, as the death toll continues to rise.

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1. Stunt performers – Fiction 2. Cuneiform inscriptions –. Fiction 3. Suspense fiction. Palimpsest Book Production Limited, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Small changes in initial conditions produce large changes in the long-term outcome. Edward Lorenz ‘. Lo! thy dread empire, Chaos! is restored!’

A new thriller from the master of suspense - When stuntman Noah Flynn finds a strange medallion with what appear to be ancient cuneiform markings, little does he suspect there will be disastrous consequences for those around him. When the Arabic would-be assassin of aid agency diplomat Adeola Davis turns out to have been wearing a similar medallion, she and Noah join together to discover what this can all mean, as the death toll continues to rise . . .
Reviews: 4
Unirtay
Graham Masterton has the knack of taking existing, random information and forming it into brilliant fiction. In Chaos Theory, he shakes your pre-existing mindset that the world needs peace. I love Graham Masterton's work in that it's not only a fabulous and entertaining read, but he always makes you THINK!! He always presents some unique ways of looking at things you always took for granted until you read one of his books. I just wish his work was more easily available for Australian fans. Love ya GM!!
Cordanara
As always ,Graham Masterton has crafted a brilliant thriller that weaves characters, plot, sex, violence, most often ( in the Books of his I enjoy the most) with the supernatural, and a high emphasis on the sex and violence. However, I know that Masterton writes in several Genres, so I am very careful, but when one review seems to equate this with his book DESCENDANT ( a Vampire, or more correctly Strigoi, tale ), and then plot summary refers to some ancient Cuneiform , I was hooked. The horror-phile in me is not satiated ( although I was quite happy to have seen the film UNBORN recently, and I hope to buy the unrated version of MIRRORS soon) the political junky in me was happy to have been entertained by a wonderful tale of "Real-Politik" that crosses Millenia.
In Masterton's usual take no prisoner's style of thriller, he exhibits so much of the immediacy of his usual Horror style ( which had me fooled) together with the subtlty of Descendant's detail , as well as TRAUMA's eye for detail that had a different kind of pay-off.Masterton writes characters that jump off the page, and feel so very alive, something he has always done in his first person style, but few have the flair, in my view, as the rather show-offy Harry Erskine , a character I love, and wish had made the jump to film more recently , since Masterton's vivid, and most often LIVID style pay off in a way a great imagination in the reader or great FX on the screen can only do.
Fans of Graham Masterton will not be disappointed, even if this is a political thriller, and I am saying this so you will not have false expectations. And as soon as I can, I will be getting two new, definitely supernatural style Masterton titles HOUSE OF BONES, and GHOST MUSIC. In the mean time, You could do worse than getting the Master of suspense's book in this review...ENJOY
AND: If you are in Australia, stop complaining about Graham Masterton title Availability; you get a better variety than fans in the US.Plus, if you order through the Amazon stores, looking for second hand titles, rare, signed, or even unopened titles at higher prices ( thus effectively new) you have a broader selection since copyright restrictions stop sale of some titles in the US until certain dates, so you can order from Amazon UK, or even from Masterton's own web site, which I think is still running. I personally get my GM from Books a Million if I can't get it from Amazon, or the Amazon stores.
Vudojar
Once again, Masterton provides fun, silly reading.

This one involves a peace activist being stalked by assassins and a Hollywood stuntman who finds a strange medallion. Somehow these events are related, and the two must work together to stop all the multiple murders.

Put your logic aside for this thriller (meaning: no evil supernatural beings, as opposed to Masterton's horror novels) or you'll be distracted by things that make no sense. Such as . . .

***** SPOILER ALERT ********

If a 2,500-year-old secret terrorist organization wants to stay secret, why does it pass out identifying medallions to its members so that, if a medallion falls into the wrong hands, they have to kill everyone who comes into contact with it, whether they get what the medallion means or not?
Funny duck
This is a quick read offering plenty of action as a Hollywood stuntman and his acquaintances pursue a gang of really nasty killers out to assassinate anyone who espouses peaceful coexistence. The characters are merely cardboard, so neither the good guys nor the bad guys are likely to involve you for longer than it takes to read the book.