What They Are Saying About ENERGY
This is a wonderfully complex and well-thought-out piece of fiction. Speculative fiction is a fascinating genre, so this was truly a treat to read. The plot is extremely realistic, the details are great, the characters are believable and it leaves you wondering at the end if this scenario is actually possible!
All in all, I think Doc Carson has produced a fantastic work. There are countless points at which I found myself pausing and wondering, “Would that actually work?” or “Oh wow, I hadn’t thought about that. Would this much chaos really happen? Could we actually not handle finding a solution to this?” Good fiction totally grips you and makes you want to keep reading, makes you think and this story has done just that. The characters are varied, believable, flawed and relatable. The tone is great; it has humor thrown in at just the right moments and in perfect doses.
The bits of different language interspersed worked well as this is an international novel and gives that much more flavor to the scenes that take place all over the world. I read this with same enthusiasm that I did The DaVinci Code or a classic Tom Clancy story. I think it has huge potential, as it is very relevant to things going on today locally and internationally, and countless audiences will connect with it and captivated by it.
Ivy House Publishing Group
This is a solid, engaging and eco-thriller. Doc Carson did a fine job structuring the work and meeting many of the plotting and character requirements for the thriller genre. This was a nicely executed and action-packed story and will find a ready audience.
CreateSpace Editorial Evaluation
Meet Doc Carson
Raised an Army Brat, Doc lived all over the United States and Europe. He received a close look at America's military operations growing up. His time in Washington provided a political perspective with a flexible emphasis to accompany the technical and focused military one.
A varsity swimmer in college, Doc honed his competitive streak. College also is where he developed an appreciation for history and how past events shape the world in which we live today.
Armed with an MBA, he became a management consultant to the construction industry. Working with independent minded contractors and their entrepreneurial organizations offered an overall appreciation of how to manage change. Paradigms play an important role in change or the resistance thereof. He counseled his clients on better understanding these paradigms and how best to work with them.
Doc lives in Raleigh, NC, with his wife. They have two grown daughters.