There is an explosion at a nuclear facility. A security guard is trying to keep his job without having to lie about what he saw. A lab technician tries to discover what happened and whether or not he was exposed to radiation. A lawyer gets involved while she is grieving the loss of her mother and questioning a strained relationship with her father. A well-paid executive is trying to complete a illegal project while covering up the explosion.
The story was not bad, but it was not very good either. There were so many characters that I did not feel like everyone was fully developed, nor were all their issues resolved by the end of the book. On top of the many characters, there was a plethora of scientific explanation about the explosion and the work of the nuclear facility. It was just too much to understand in one book.
I did not dislike this book, but it was hard to finish. I got lost with all the characters and all the science involved.
Bethany House provided me a copy of this book in exchange for my review which I honestly give.