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The Omega Point
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Genre: Fantasy , Science Fiction , Suspense , Thriller
Series: missing
Ratings: ★★★☆☆
Publisher: Tor Books
Pub Year:
ISBN: 9780765323347
   
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Summary

2012 came and went.  The world prepared itself for impending disaster--and nothing happened.  Or so it seemed.  

But by 2020, energy from a supernova is disrupting the sun. Solar storms ravage the globe with unprecedented ferocity, and debris in the form of comets and asteroids threaten to end life on earth.  The wealthy of the world hide in vast underground bunkers, but even they know that they cannot survive without a miracle. 

It all comes down to one man—a young psychiatrist named David Ford—who may hold the power to save the world.  Newly employed at the extravagant Acton Clinic, Ford encounters people who seem to understand what's happening… some may even possess an extraordinary knowledge of what’s to come.  One of them is the beautiful and enigmatic Caroline Light, who demands more from Ford than he could possibly give… another is cunning ex-CIA operative Mack Graham, a skilled killer with questionable loyalties…

December 21, 2012 was not the end.  

The end is The Omega Point: where time stops. 

From Publishers Weekly

The solar system's entry in 2020 into a supernova's atmosphere threatens the future of life on Earth in Strieber's over-the-top sequel to 2012: The War for Souls. On arrival at West Virginia's Acton Clinic, Dr. David Ford, the clinic's new chief psychiatrist, learns from the woman who hired him, Aubrey Denman, that the job involves more than being a medical administrator. He must also protect the clinic's secret mission from its enemies, who include the members of the Seven Families who control the wealth of this planet. When Denman dies shortly thereafter in a car bomb explosion, Ford has to fend for himself. Ford's later researches in the Acton library lead him to conclude that Osiris, Moses, and Jesus, among others, were time travelers from a lost civilization. Ponderous prose (No doubt Goliath is many things, but one of them must be that violet light—the highest color of alchemical growth and also the color of ultimate death) does little to help the nonsensical plot. (June)
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From Booklist

In a thriller about the end of the world as we know it, Strieber takes us on a journey through the horrors of apocalypse and into the promise of hope in a future changed beyond all recognition. Since 2012, radiation from a supernova has been wreaking increasing havoc with technology. Eventually, the ferocity of the solar storms threatens to burn life on Earth to a crisp. Enter David Ford, a psychologist hired to work at the exclusive Acton Clinic. Of course, nothing is as it appears on the surface. Though he has no recollection of it, David was once a student at the center that preceded the clinic, at which Herbert Acton and others taught a science so ancient it had passed into the realm of mysticism. Many of the present-day patients were David's classmates, and they hold the only hope for the survival of humanity in their command of the science they learned there. Strieber regards the popular theme of apocalypse from a New Agey angle not unusual for him and sometimes rather dull. --Regina Schroeder