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Ryan’s futuristic, Independence Day-esque battle to save his family and the planet. Ryan Ellis is an innovator at US Tech, a company that seemingly oversees advancement in a variety of sectors from construction to security and DNA databasing to Space travel. Ryan seems to be progressing well in his career but things at home aren’t running so smoothly, the loss of his first and only child has had an impact on his marriage and he is plagued by terrifying nightmares of his wife being ripped away from him. When the strange events he experiences get stranger, can he hold it together long enough to find the truth and save everyone? This is an easy to follow science-fiction thriller set in a future that isn’t too dissimilar to the world we live in now. Everything is presented to us from Ryan’s perspective, so we follow along as he tries to work out what’s happening. There’re plenty of opportunities to guess the outcome and plenty of times revelations take you by surprise. The author has done well to come up with innovative and futuristic designs such as the Space Lift and the White Giant, and depicts life in a way that seems believable. It’s 300+ pages but it didn’t take me long to get through it.