Book review: Primordial Threat by M.A. Rothman

Five stars

Primordial Threat, by M.A. Rothman, is a pure science fiction thriller, right up there with Asimov. This is a thinker, a story that demands one follow the dots of brilliant science, forced into reality by the collective realization that our world is about to be decimated by an impending asteroid shower and an approaching black hole. While some of the concepts presented require a stretch of the mind, they have their roots in science, just as plausible as nuclear physics appeared to thinking minds before Einstein and others of his ilk came along and turned the theoretical into reality. It’s a good read, a solid read, with lots of dialogue and tidbits to entice the imagination. The debacle facing Earth is not fiction, in as much as the chances of a critical impact by a vagrant asteroid, or more, is certainly on the table, and is something we should be planning for so that we’re prepared to deal with it; and Primorial Threat most certainly offers up a feast for the reader to consider.

Review by Writers Inspiring Change