The Omega Project
On the brink of a disaster that could end all human life on earth, tech genius Robert Eisenbraun joins a team of scientists in Antarctica on a mission to Jupiter's moon Europa to mine a rare ore that would provide for Earth's long-term energy needs. But as he and the rest of the team train under the ice shelf in preparation for the long journey, trouble erupts, and before they embark Eisenbraun is the odd man out, put into cold sleep against his will . When Robert wakes, he finds the ship deserted and not functional. He escapes to the surface of an Earth terribly changed. The plan has gone horribly wrong, but as he adapts to a hostile environment, he realizes that there is still a way to accomplish what his mission had set out to achieve. But he also discovers that he faces a new adversary of the most unlikely sort. For now, his own survival and that of the woman whose love has sustained him in his darkest hours depend on the defeat of a technological colossus partly of his own making. Confronting a foe that knows him almost as well as he knows himself, he faces the prospect of depending on resources that he has reason to believe will be available on one particular night of a full moon, a night foretold by a mysterious unseen ally to be a pivotal moment for the fate of the earth. The game has changed, and Earth's future depends on him and him alone. "The Omega Project" is yet another edge-of-your-seat thriller by bestselling author, Steve Alten, leaving readers looking for more."
- Hardback | 329 pages
- 160.02 x 233.68 x 30.48mm | 544.31g
- 06 Aug 2013
- New York, United States
With the storytelling sensibilities of Crichton and Cussler, Alten sure knows how to write a thriller.--Kevin J. Anderson "New York Times bestselling author on Domain "
About Steve Alten
STEVE ALTEN is the bestselling author of the MEG series, including "MEG: Hell's Aquarium." A native of Philadelphia, he earned a bachelor's degree from Penn State, a masters from the University of Delaware, and a doctorate from Temple University. He is the founder and director of Adopt-An-Author, a free nationwide teen reading program used in thousands of secondary school classrooms across the country to excite reluctant readers.