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Free eBook The Rock download ISBN: 0972378189
Publisher: Audio Usa (2003)
Language: English
Category: Self-Made
Subcategory: Relationships
Size MP3: 1965 mb
Size FLAC: 1147 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Rock Roll History Book. This book arrived in good shape and within a reasonable amount of time after purchase. They even placed a book mark inside the mailing envelope which I thought was a very nice added touch. Their gesture was greatly appreciated.

Rock Roll History Book.

A leadership book NOT for corporate America. Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.

American rock has its roots in 1940s and 1950s rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and country music, and also drew on folk music, jazz, blues, and classical music

American rock has its roots in 1940s and 1950s rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and country music, and also drew on folk music, jazz, blues, and classical music. American rock music was further influenced by the British Invasion of the American pop charts from 1964 and resulted in the development of psychedelic rock.

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Entertaining yarn about an eclectic assortment of characters gathering in Australia to sort out the meaning behind radio waves emanating from an unlikely source that spell out earth's potential doom kept me fully engrossed to the very end. Characters were well-developed, plot was complex with multiple twists till the close and had a surprise ending I never was able to figure out till the final reveal. Been liking this author's works since I picked up "Eyes of the Hammer" back in 2014 and already purchased "Bodyguard of Lies" for my next read. Very good book and I did enjoy!
I have read a few of Robert Doherty/Bob Mayer/Whatever-other-pen-name-he-wants-to-use-at-the-time's books on my Kindle and he has a way to come up with some fairly interesting story lines. The characters are moderately interesting but the events that they're trying to solve are what kept me reading. I enjoy mystery thrillers and sci-fi so a little bit of both is a good time. Doherty is good at mining conspiracy theories to come up with coherent thriller fodder, however all of his Kindle offerings suffer from the same problem. It looks like he's passed his writing through a some sort of text recognition software and didn't bother to clean it up at all before scanning. All of his books I've read so far (The entire Atlantis series and now this) consistently throw in random numbers in place of letters and for some inexplicable reason replaces the if clause with a capital H. If it happened once or twice it wouldn't be bad, but it happens often enough that it becomes jarring when you're trying to get into the story. I doubt it's the same for the print versions, but beware if you get this or any of his other works for your Kindle.
I enjoyed the story line. It has quite a few characters, but the writing style Mr. Mayer uses makes it easy to follow each. They are very well drawn out and you can understand the reason for each of their actions. With the exception of Don and Lamb they are likable.

The reason for 4 stars instead of 5? See the 1 star review by Ashley J Cooper. Although she put it rather crudely, her sentiment is quite valid. It is painfully obvious that the USA should/would not have the ultimate decision of what happens at Uluru (Ayers Rock). However, for the story to move along it is necessary. (Spoiler alert!) Additionally, it is not realistic for the world leaders to come together within such a short period of time. Fran's projections are more plausible.

Overall, this is a good book with great writing. I would definitely recommend it and look forward to reading more of Mr. Mayer's books.
This was a good story with a futuristic science-fiction theme. Tieing together the Tunguska Blast, the Arizona Meteor Crater and the South African gold mines is a clever device. It is actually a mystery novel up until the cause of these amazing events is revealed about 3/4 of the way into the story. From there on the story is a little more predictable, but you will still want to read to the end.
Spoiler Alert: Don't read on if you don't want a key point of the story revealed!
I am always somewhat disappointed when time-travel is used to explain away science fiction mysteries. It is just too convenient. And it introduces all sorts of conflicts. If one person can go back in time and rewrite history, why can't many people do so simultaneosly, thus creating multiple, conflicting versions of history? Perhaps it's my own prejudice. I love good science fiction, but time-travel is just way too messy!
BM has written a storyline that incorporates different areas of the world and what occurred in areas of total devastation. The prime example in the United States is the hole in New Mexico. A team ids selected to determine why is causing messages to be transmitted across millions of miles. When the results begin to arrive one of the team members disappears. Shortly thereafter three men in clergy robes show up and say they are from the future. This is an excellent read for the genre..... ER
Time travel cannot be controlled but can one travel deep in the past to change events which would totally destroy the future - that is the impossible dream of many generations.

The Rock tells the story of the doomed people from the future determined to correct terrible past which completely ruined their lives.
Their plan is to throw together a few carefully chosen people in the past who would be able to change a course of history and.... you need to read that book to find it out!

I was amazed to learn that The Rock is the very first novel of Bob Mayer so well it is written and have to confess that I developed a serious passion for his writing and cannot stop buying more and more of his books.
Those books are really enjoyable!
Much better editing and a more enjoyable read than another book I recently tried from this author (Atlantis). The editing alone made this a much easier, more comfortable & enjoyable read.

The story line is an interesting twist and was well played, but as well as it might've been. There was still a hint of not quite "cardboard cut-out" characterization, and the involvement of some of the characters were sometimes handled as if they were stage props in some scenes. Some of the scenes had a quality of being given only cursory attention.

The ending made for a nicely deft twist to the interesting story line, and its timing of delivery was nicely done, but it could've been better written and delivered with more feeling and investment by the author. It felt as though there was a last minute rush to wrap up the story, giving some of the details short shrift. The ending would've been more satisfying if the characters have been given even a mere 2-3 pages more attention, each, in concluding their individual story lines.