Flash Point

Flash Point What If the Limits of Time and Space Were Breached Junior financial analyst Lena Fennan loves managing risk and making money Yet when she gets a mysterious invitation to take a leap into the unknown

  • Title: Flash Point
  • Author: ThomasLocke
  • ISBN: 9780800724351
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Paperback
  • What If the Limits of Time and Space Were Breached Junior financial analyst Lena Fennan loves managing risk and making money Yet when she gets a mysterious invitation to take a leap into the unknown, she does not hesitate Soon a series of events takes her to the brink of destruction But Lena refuses to give in, entranced by glimpses of a future that redefine everything.What If the Limits of Time and Space Were Breached Junior financial analyst Lena Fennan loves managing risk and making money Yet when she gets a mysterious invitation to take a leap into the unknown, she does not hesitate Soon a series of events takes her to the brink of destruction But Lena refuses to give in, entranced by glimpses of a future that redefine everything.Reese Clawson emerges from prison gripped by the slow burn of revenge She will track everyone who hand a hand in destroying her and take them out First on the list is Charlie Hazard.As time and space become jumbled, Lena and Reese are pulled into a collision course that could alter the parameters of human consciousness.
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    • Faith says:

      Lena Fennan works in finance and has been receiving messages guiding her to acquire certain companies. Eventually she meets up with Dr. Brett Riffkind who has been studying ascents, the separation of awareness from the physical body. In a separate group, Reese Clawson is also exploring ascents. One of the problems I had with this book is that it never really explains the ultimate objectives of either group or why they are in opposition. I kept waiting for this book to get to the point. Around th [...]

    • Rachel says:

      This is the second book in Thomas Locke's new series, Fault Lines, and is just as action packed as the first one. You'll have a better understanding of this book and what is going on if you read the first book, Trial Run.Just as spine-tingling and psychologically thrilling as the first book, Flash Point continues several months after the first book ended. I like that Brett is trying to make amends for his past betrayal by helping the elderly and terminally ill. He becomes a key part of the actio [...]

    • Natalie Walters says:

      The boundaries of suspense and supernatural cross in book 2 of the Fault Lines Series. Unsure of what I was getting into in this book, I can always count on the author delivering interesting characters, superb writing, and a plot line that will drive me to keep turning the pages whether I truly understand what's happening or not-because I just have to know, "What comes next?"Techno-thriller is not usually my choice for stories but I couldn't resist when it comes to Davis Bunn's (aka Thomas Locke [...]

    • Fiction Aficionado says:

      Where on earth do I start? Probably by telling you that techno-thriller is not a genre I would normally read. As intelligent as I like to think I am, subjects like quantum physics tend to short circuit my brain, and while I appreciate my modern conveniences, I’m not a technologically-minded person. That said, I have read and enjoyed several books by Thomas Locke (and Davis Bunn), so I was prepared to take a chance on this one. Imagine my surprise when I found myself hooked by the first book in [...]

    • Carol says:

      This is a refreshing cool of red bull everyone - you take one swig and you are like - POW - man this could be for real - you open the book and it is like it reaches out of the book and grabs you by the collar and pulls you right on in and you do not even know if you can handle the ride but you are on the ride with one eye open. This book is incredibly dynamic. The characters - well you have clear good ones and clear bad ones no in between. You are amazed that this all comes out of one mans mind [...]

    • Kyle Hodges says:

      A truly unique and thrilling sci-fi read!Because I previously read Thomas Locke’s Merchant of Alyss, I was under the impression that Locke was a fantasy author. So, I didn’t know what to expect when I found out that Flash Point did not fit that same mold. However, I’m happy to report that Flash Point was every bit as engaging as his fantasy series. The setting may be the world we know, but Locke still succeeds in transporting us to a different world. And once again, I believe the character [...]

    • Eddie says:

      Have you ever had a dream where you were just flying across the sky, unhindered by anything physical? Well, ok, so maybe I am the only one who has ever had a dream like that. That’s sort of what I imagine the characters in Thomas Locke’s newest work Flash Point experience when they “ascend”. Only they are not even limited by time and space in their journey.Flash Point continues the story from Trial Run which was published last year but you don’t have to have read that book in order to [...]

    • Debbie Phillips says:

      As I stated in my first review of the books from this series, Fault Lines, this book in not in my usual wheelhouse of books I would choose for reading. I don't usually like physiological thrillers, but I give these a chance because they are by a favorite author. I liked this one more than the first one, and got interested faster, because I already knew some of the characters from the last book. That made it a lot less confusing than the last one, also.You definitely get into the book and root fo [...]

    • Zoe Schoppa says:

      Wow wow wow and wow! Flash Point definitely qualifies as a five star technothriller. Brilliant! It is filled with mind-blowing science combined with fast paced action. Flash Point is a book that you won’t want to put down.Thomas Locke is a master at creating characters that are completely fleshed out. He has a way of bringing out genuine emotions and responses towards his characters. One of the primary characters named Reese Clawson is my favorite. You will also find her in Trial Run, book one [...]

    • Dixie says:

      According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, flash point is “a point, place, or situation in which sudden anger or violence could happen; a point at which someone or something bursts suddenly into action or being. That being the case, Flash Point, the latest offering in the Fault Lines series by Thomas Locke, has been well named. There are essentially three story lines being told that you can sense will eventually converge into a final eruption, and boy, do they. In addition to returning chara [...]

    • Pam Graber says:

      Thomas Locke has a gift for making readers care what happens to his characters, even if they don’t understand what that is at first. Flash Point, book 2 in the Fault Lines trilogy, is billed as a “techno-thriller” and I can attest to that “thriller” billing! I was gripped from the outset and my mind took some time to wrap around the concepts presented. I was impressed with the science and the terminology Locke used to convey the possibilities his characters are pursuing. Everything, an [...]

    • Jessica Higgins says:

      New characters, past characters, and one awesome story make up the next installment in the Fault Lines series!Lena Fennan is a junior analyst working like a slave at a Wall Street bank trying to make it to the next level. One day she hears a voice from her future self tell her how to obtain $3.1 million in order to set up a new financial institution in the State of Colorado in order to become the first financial institution in order to serve the legalized marijuana trade. With the success of the [...]

    • Christian Fiction Addiction says:

      If Thomas Locke is going to continue offering up books like this one, I may be in trouble. The moment I cracked open the cover of "Flash Point" I was swept up into this action-packed, thrilling story and I found it impossible to walk away until I came to the final chapter. Although I loved the first book in the series, "Trial Run", this second instalment seems to ramp up the thrills even more. Quite amazingly, although this is an epic battle between good and evil, I found myself feeling utter sy [...]

    • Stephanie Herron says:

      I THINK I’M STILL HOLDING MY BREATH! AMAZING!I have been a fan of this author for a very long time, but I have to say that with this series (Trial Run and now Flash Point), Thomas Locke has moved up to another level in the reactions he elicits from me while reading. Like the first book in the series this was a complex, detailed, but razor sharp story – the characters were so well written that I forget they were fiction, and there was nothing to distract me from the roller-coaster ride and te [...]

    • Lonzine says:

      It takes less than 75 seconds to get caught up in a Thomas Locke novel. Okay, the numbers are totally nonscientific, but the point is, he is that good.It helps to be a fan of techno thrillers when reading the latest installment of the Fault Lines series. It also doesn’t hurt to have read Double Edged and Trial Run, or to have the ability to suspend belief in fantastic, wondrous occurrences. Combining science, finance and suspense in exciting ways, we continue with transit visits (dream walking [...]

    • Katy Binford says:

      Flash Point is the 2nd book in the Fault Lines adventures. I was given a copy of this book for an honest review. That is so easy to do with Thomas Locke's books. The sci-fi books are not my normal reading material but when I get asked to read one from Thomas Locke, I really get happy. I love to read and for a book to hold me the way his do, is just right down my alley. The book starts out with Lena Fennan going on vacation without asking her supervisor, whom is a total jerk. She peruses a chance [...]

    • Cynde says:

      Flash Point is a combustible thriller that explores the realm of the possible and (hopefully) impossible use of Science and technology for the greater good and/or the depths of evil. There are three storylines that open Flash Point and eventually combine to an explosive ending. First we meet Lena Fennan, a financial analyst in a drudge job where her work is exploited by others for their profit. She receives a message from a ‘voice from beyond’ that will change the course of her fortunes and [...]

    • Brian says:

      Thomas Locke has done it again. He has written another spine tingler of science fiction. Lena Feennan a financial assistant gets her own company after buying up companies stock. She meets someone who is giving dying people a glimpse into the future. Reese Clawson on leave from prison is trying to thwart their plans what will happen when they meet? Get this book it is a must read. I was given this book in exchange for my honest review.

    • Margaret Nelson says:

      Thomas Locke has written the second book in his Fault Lines series, “Flash Point.” If you haven't read the prequel, “Double Edge” (a free e-book), or the first book, “Trial Run,” you need to do so before reading “Flash Point.” There isn't as much of the mind-boggling science in “Flash Point,” and only a few characters carry over from “Trial Run,” but you still need the background to fully appreciate the newest book. There are two sets of main characters as “Flash Point [...]

    • Dona Watson says:

      Thomas Locke’s best book yet!Flash Point is an engaging psychological, science fiction thriller guaranteed to keep you reading into the wee hours of the night. In spite of a wide cast of characters, the author does a superb job at keeping each one distinct and firmly ensconced in their own world so there was never any confusion in my mind.The action was real and intense and I loved experiencing it as if I was entrenched in the story with the characters—which is saying something as at the beg [...]

    • Amanda says:

      This is the second book in the series "Fault Lines" by Thomas Locke. Fault Lines is a daring new science fiction series for young adults that manages to twist and turn its way through the unbelievable while maintaining just enough of a grip on reality to make you wonder and fear that it could actually be true. In the world of Fault Lines, a small group of scientists have managed to isolate brain waves that allow people to travel into the future and across the globe in a mere instant. These ascen [...]

    • Rachel says:

      The book is the second in a series, and starts the same way as the first. You hit the ground running, and don't look back. It is beneficial to read the first book for a point of reference, and better understanding of what makes a couple characters tick, but it is not necessary. There is enough singular action, enough explanation, enough difference that this book is quite enjoyable as a standalone. Whether the ideas and theories presented in this book are real is somewhat irrelevant. The author h [...]

    • Edward Arrington says:

      Get ready for some exciting, spine-tingling action. I read a lot of suspenseful books but this one includes techno-thriller aspects to which I am not accustomed. I was spellbound as I tried to keep up with who was good and who was not as well as where they all were in relation to each other. I tried to figure what was coming next but Thomas Locke was very masterful at keeping me guessing. Besides the fact that I have enjoyed every book he has written, I was drawn to this one when I learned that [...]

    • Kevin says:

      Would you be willing to take the advice of your future self? That's the question I found myself asking as I read "Flash Point," the second novel in Thomas Locke's Fault Lines series. (And, yes, I probably would if it meant making positive changes earlier in life.)Readers are immediately dropped into the action on page 1 and are taken for a ride of exciting twists and turns throughout the book as junior financial analyst Lena Fennan, acting on directives given by her future self and assisted by D [...]

    • Phillip Cole says:

      Lena Fennan, while working as an under-paid and under-appreciated analyst, is given a vision of tackling an incredible project. Along the way, she meets people who agree to help, and learns that others want her to fail, or worse. With Reese Clawson out of jail and heading another team of voyagers, the two groups will collide and the whole situation will reach the Flash Point.Thomas Locke continues his Fault Lines series with the latest installment, and the action is still gripping and non-stop. [...]

    • Benjamin Liles says:

      In the premise of being and keeping this honest I have to admit I am a bit of a scientist myself. I truly believe that Thomas Locke has done a great deal of research both in Quantum Physics as well as in Biology. It isn't just my assumption that he has done this, but it's based on the terminology he uses. As in the case with his first book in the Fault Lines Series the characters are well-rounded, believable and have a great care and concern for one another, and this includes that for those who [...]

    • Jeannette Conver says:

      This second in the Fault Lines techno thriller is an enjoyable read. I found Flash Point suspenseful enough that it was hard to put down. The characters are more three dimensional and likable than in the first book falling on a spectrum from villainous to heroic yet conflicted. I found things to like about characters on both sides of the conflict. They are flawed but gain insight throughout the story. We also see relationships grow as characters really engage with each other.There were echoes of [...]

    • Nancy says:

      Flash Point is the second book in Thomas Locke’s Fault Lines series. I’m going to assume that some key information was presented in the first book, and that some of my confusion in this new book is a result of my having read only part of the series.In a nutshell, two women and their respective teams are on a collision path toward one another. Lena Fennan is an analyst who follows a voice that outlines three high risk financial deals she is to undertake. Reese Clawson has been bailed out of p [...]

    • Jasmine says:

      Ascend to a new level of dangerTechno-Thriller is pretty much a new genre for me with the Fault Lines series being my first foray. I saw the first book described mind-bending, which was totally true, but Flash Point is even more so. Thomas Locke really amps it up, the danger, the drama, everything. Exciting and thrilling are really too tame in describing the pages of Flash Point.I really have to admit that as much as I really disliked, almost hated, Reese in the first book. But as I read Flash P [...]

    • Anne Rightler says:

      Flash Point, second in the Fault Lines series by Thomas Locke is a wonderful read! Action-packed and intense, this techno-thriller keeps the reader on the edge of the seat anticipating what will come next. The characters are strong and evocative. Lena, a banking analyst, has an intelligent intensity that draws other to her and yet she seems to have abandoned logic. Brett, a neurophysicist, has been on a macabre death watch for the last year. Reese is a convict, maybe even a psychopath, who has f [...]

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