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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Atmosphere is a work of compelling science fiction penned by author John Clarke, and forms the third book in The Jason Parker Trilogy. This novel follows the events of Middle Waters and Triangle to bring us a climactic conclusion of alien technological investigations and the superpower countries of Earth battling to be the ones to get their hands on dangerous intel. Jason and Laura are back with all their expertise at hand, pairing up with a variety of new and interesting ‘experts’ in unusual fields to uncover the truth of the power that everyone is seeking. What results is a race against time to save humanity not from the alien threat, but from itself.
Genetic warfare and political tensions collide beautifully in the talented writing of author John Clarke. Although this is a science fiction novel, the concept of aliens is dealt with in very human terms, and I liked the connections to other human belief systems and how it all connected together. Jason and Laura make for an intelligent double act in their investigative quest, playing the roles of true heroes against a world gone mad with the prospect of power and weaponry. As such, their dialogue is sharp and informative, with plenty of science fact blended in, which will please hardcore fans of the genre. I loved the underlying tension, which is well maintained right to the final pages. Overall, Atmosphere is an accomplished work which places humanity at the centre of the science fiction concept, and is a highly recommended read for serious fans of the genre.