A spacecraft equipped with deadly nuclear missiles is parked in deep space. Terrorists get their hands on it and intend using it for their own purposes. Of course, those purposes are anything but benign. They plan an act of revenge on the USA. One of the targets is the supervolcano in Yellowstone Nationalpark. However, all efforts fail to obtain the missiles’ firing codes and Griffin recruits Frank Adams, an English spacecraft engineer living in Canada.
Adams, a former SAS colonel and reformed alcoholic, is the designer of the spacecraft’s weapon system. On his return to England, Adams learns that his ex-wife has cancer and only a short time to live. Despite many years of separation she and Adams still love each other, and Adams vows to save her life. Learning that there might be a cure, Adams accepts Griffin’s offer for arming the spacecraft, however, not trusting Griffin’s motives, he agrees to work with the British Counter Terrorism Command to sabotage the project.
The thrilling and moving story that Steve Lawson presents in his space adventure “Option on Tomorrow” feels very authentic and realistic because the author himself is a spacecraft engineer who knows exactly what he is talking about. With his gripping novel, he wants to show what might happen sometime in the future and, thus, not only does he provide a breath-taking story but also provokes deep-thought in the reader. Readers will be on the edge of their seat and won’t be able to put the book down!
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