The story Manhattan Transfer, centers on a Matt Sheehey who is leading a group of engineers and scientists who are working on a problem. This problems will help the human race survive.
Manhattan Transfer is another John Stith book that engrosses the reader into trying to solve the mystery. There are enough clues to throw you into multiple paths to attain survival.
The action in this book doesn’t move along as quickly as I would have liked, and as a result there were times I would just put the book down, but when I moved along past the middle the action seemed to increase. What I liked best about the book was that the author did not use cliches in regards to alien or other live beings. The book seemed to deal with what could be “real life” situations and not sugar coat them.
Disclaimer: I was given this book in exchange for an honest review of the author’s work.