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Nick Cook Books In Order

Publication Order of Earth Song Books

Earth Song (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Earth Cry (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Fractured Light Books

Fractured Light (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Fading Light (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Death of Light (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Angel, Archangel (1990)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Aggressor (1992)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Grid (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Children's Books

Roller Coasters, Or, I Had So Much Fun, I Almost Puked (1998)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Downhill In-Line Skating (2000)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The World's Fastest Cars (2000)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

The Hunt for Zero Point (2001)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Monopoli Blues (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Fighting For Our Lives: The history of a community response to AIDS (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Nick Cook is a fiction and a non-fiction author best known for his Fractured Light series. The talented author also doubles as a British aviation journalist, and he has been recognized as the Aerospace Journalist of the Year, four times. To date, Nick Cook has 18 distinct works to her name.

Fractured Light

Fractured Light is the first book in the Fractured Light series. This book features Jake Stevens, a teenager who uncovers a threat that could wipe up the planet. Jake has started seeing things lurking in the shadows, and he is at a point where he is questioning his sanity. Just what is going on? Can Jake and his friend unravel this mystery before something significant happens? Who is sending him coded messages and why?

Jake has always been an outsider in his Stoneham hometown. The teenager lost his father six years ago, thanks to a dark energy explosion that killed a dozen people. Things get complicated when Jake sees a satellite crash-landing only to start receiving messages that point to a conspiracy. Now he knows he has to make peace with his best friend Chloe Haze, a coding genius who can trace the root of this mystery before it is too late. If the unleashed events are anything to go by, Jake is sure that he has to work fast; otherwise, whatever is coming can turn life into a dystopian nightmare.

Join Jake and Chloe as they get follow clues from the computer board they picked from the wrecked satellite. This tumulus ride will lead them down the rabbit hole. Here, they will be confronted with globe-threatening drama, dark shadowy beings, an alien AI and horrendous government cover-ups. Their journey is characterized by intrigue and compelling action, and it is admirable that they are determined to save the world. Will these two friends set their differences aside to complete this mission? Is this the perfect time for Jake to heal for the emotional wounds he has been carrying for years?

This story will draw you in from the first page, and the tension will not ease up until the end. The plot moves fast, and the writing here is exceptional. While this is classified in the young-adult category, it is a perfect read for any science-fiction fan. The characters are well developed, and it is amazing to watch them grow to heal deep wounds and meet dreadful challenges. Chloe is quite smart, and the bond between her and Jake is outstanding. Both the main characters are relatable and fun to interact with, and so is the rest of the cast.

Fractured Light is an intelligent, thrilling, and profoundly intriguing novel. The narrative is tense, emotionally involving, and comes with numerous unexpected turns. Nick’s imagination is quite wild, going by some of the details in this story. Enjoy the vivid descriptions, the flawless narration, and the many hair-raising moments these two friends are going to share. This book is slightly less than four hundred pages so you can read it in two sittings. It is a perfect intelligent read for a lazy afternoon.

The Grid

The Grid is a political-techno thriller starring political psychologist Josh Cain and his helper Hetta Hart. The president is used to the daily threats on his life. Most of the time, these threats are sent by bored crackpots who can do no harm, but there is something different about the recent threat. Josh is called to talk down a suicidal ex-Marine only for the veteran to tell him about the planned assassination of the president. Even before the ex-marine can finish briefing Josh, he is killed by a sniper’s bullet. What is it about the veteran’s words that Josh cannot get out of his head? Was this a case of depression, or did the ex-marine know enough to make him want to end his life?

The president also has a story to tell. While he mostly doesn’t worry about the threats directed towards him, something feels different. For a while, the president has been dreaming of his death. The violence and all other details seem so real. Is there someone in his head? How can one dream keep recurring and look so real?

In the past, men went out for battle and then came the machine to machine fights. In present times, cyberspace is the new battleground, and the fight can get messy pretty fast. Follow Josh on this thrilling adventure that throws you into a turmoil of secret project, threats to the presidency and the future, and some element of hope. Josh is tactful in his work, but as he is still mourning his wife Hope, he sometimes gets too emotional in his dealings. The theme of hope is evident throughout the narrative and will surely give you hope when you think that there could be no light to the dark days.

This is an epic story that comes with over-the-roof tension, thought-provoking moments, and a solid plot. It is a political tale that is multi-layered and filled with many intriguing characters. The main character Josh is likeable, and while he does his job well, he also has a few things he is struggling with. Have you ever thought of how much privacy we have in this internet era? How hard is it for someone who is miles away to monitor your every move to the point of getting into your head? In this energy-filled electrifying novel, the author welcomes in a world where nothing is like it seems.

The Grid is a perfect thriller perfect for conspiracy stories fans. Thanks to the author’s creativity and knowledge on matters defence, it is easy to get lost in the book as the tension intensifies. The narration is also flawless, which makes reading the story easy despite the many characters. If you are looking for an exceptional reading experience, this book is ideal. Let the author transport you to a world where conspiracy is the order of the day, and the presidency is at the verge of collapse. The style and author’s writing are original, and there is no doubt that this is going to be a smash-hit.

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