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METEOR STORM by David Capps
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METEOR STORM

by David Capps

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Right now this book is free on Kindle, which is always a slight gamble but wow, I was pleasantly surprised with both the story-line and characters. I found the whole book very interesting (and in SF I normally skim the hard science parts, but this book was engaging all the way through) Fascinating scenarios and possibilities. I found this book to be intriguing and well worth the time, I read it in one sitting straight through. ( )
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63,000 years ago, an ancient civilization existed far advanced over our own, but it was destroyed by a natural cataclysm. Now that same cataclysm is about to strike our modern world… 

When Carl stumbles upon an unknown robot’s head, he manages with some effort to get it working. From the robot, Carl learns that it was created by an ancient civilization 63,000 years ago in northern India. The robot reports though, that the culture was destroyed by a meteor storm that killed all, but a thousand people planet wide. 

When Carl learns that Earth is entering the same place in the galaxy where the meteor field exists, he warns people on TV, but finds himself ridiculed and ignored. To protect the world, Carl works to find out more about the ancient civilization and how to prevent a repeat of history. 

To do this, Carl travels to a secret cave where the ancient technology is stored and here Carl meets a fully functioning robot from the ancient civilization. Now Carl must do everything in his power to preserve as many lives and as much of the current civilization as possible to avoid full scale destruction…
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