Oceanographers have predicted that global warming has increased the chances of the reoccurrence of a phenomenon that took place 50,000 years ago in which a mega-tsunami wiped out nearly all plant and animal life in what is now the Eastern United States. A modern-day collapse of volcanos in the Canary Islands as well as off the coast of the Northwestern United States could release waves that would begin at the height of nearly a full kilometer and travel towards cities in their path at the speed of a jet airplane.
Amy Woodson is a scientist who devoted her life to the study of oceanography after her sister was killed in a tidal wave. Her marriage to one of her colleagues, George Campbell, dissolved after Amy and George were forced to work on opposite sides of the Atlantic. Amy learns of the threat of a tidal wave when modest tsunamis hit the coast of both the United States and Europe following the release of a small piece of volcanic matter in the Canary Islands. When scientists investigate the incident and recognize that the collapse of the entire volcano is imminent, they realize that they must design a strategy to prevent the inevitable consequences of this event before the United States and England are washed away.
*An Eyelands Book Awards Finalist
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About the Author
David Tenenbaum is a novelist/screenwriter from Richmond, VA. He’s written four books and ten scripts including three film projects that have reached the finals of screenwriting competitions and a novel that have recently been shortlisted or awarded honorable mention awards in international book competitions. His latest movie, After School, a cautionary coming-of-age thriller, is currently in development with director Jeff Bassetti, and his satirical political podcast M.A.D. (Mutually Assured Destruction), is being released by BDP Entertainment in late November.
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