The Day after Tomorrow

The Day after Tomorrow

by Allan Folsom

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Overview

"A page-turning whopper."— Entertainment Weekly.

The novel that took the nation by storm is now in paperback. Allan Folsom has created an international conspiracy of apocalyptic dimensions that interconnects three intricate and compelling stories spanning two continents and five decades.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780446600415
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 02/28/1995
Edition description: Reissue
Pages: 752
Sales rank: 181,770
Product dimensions: 4.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 1.25(d)
Lexile: 940L (what's this?)

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Day after Tomorrow 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 50 reviews.
bhunau1 More than 1 year ago
The book itself is very good. A page turning thriller. However, the Nook edition is a disgrace. There are typos on every page. Some so bad one can only guess at the meaning of the sentence. I paid good money for this book, and I expected better. Barnes and Noble should be ashamed to offer this to the public.
MikelLee More than 1 year ago
This eBook is riddled with errors throughout. Besides that, it's a great read. Errors are prevalent on almost every single page. I'm not sure if this is what happens with character recognition or what, as I wouldn't think the physical copy would be this bad. I feel cheated and will ask for a credit.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is the best book you can EVER get for your money. It keeps you reading it straight to the end! I was so into the story, I almost forgot to get off my bus! I could have rode around for hours reading this book, and I'll gladly read it again! The way it just drags you into it and keeps your nerves tingling, it's just UNEXPLAINABLE! It's almost like a spell, capturing your mind so you can actually see what is going on! And the ending! That is probably the BEST ENDING of anything I have ever read! I guarantee that you will be hooked on this book from the start, and you won't forget it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book over ten years ago and I still rate it as one of the best books I have ever read.
zednem666 More than 1 year ago
I literally had to force my self to read this book. My boyfriend recommended it. The author was all over the place.. and it was really hard to keep track of who was who!. By the time I got to over the first 500 hundred pages it was more interesting and exciting. All in all I am Not a fan of the Nazi generation new or old. It was a NY bestseller maybe at the time of launch.. but I cant see how. Disappointing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The novel was extremely well written and researched. The plot was intricate, every character was important in some way, and the plot never ceased to amaze me. The events continued to move very quickly throughout, and despite the fact that there were so many characters, Folsom somehow writes that you remember who each and every character is. It is easy to distinguish between the myriad characters because each has a distinctive motive and personality, which is helpful in a 700+ page novel. Overall I think it presented a very smooth moving novel, and the conflict changes a few times throughout so it is not just drawing out a single event for the entire read. I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good thriller.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this book twice, about four years apart. I keep waiting for a third book from him. This book is easily in the top three or four fiction books I've ever read, along with DeMille's Charm School.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Why this book has not been made into a movie is beyond me. This book stimulates readers' senses to the extreme. I found myself casting the characters immediately and Allan Folsom's writing brought then all to life. You name it, this book has it. Intrique, romance, action and thrills, you find it all in the pages of this book. I heartily recommend this book to women and men alike. Women will love the handsome hero and men will be attracted to the action and speed of entertainment. This book is a keeper!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I first read this book in 1995 and couldn't put it down. I am amazed it has not been made into a movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this book while I was travelling in Italy and could not put it down. I looked forward to the long train rides so I could keep going. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who wants a real page-turner with the best ending ever written. 3 of my co-workers have borrowed it so far and have all loved every page of it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had to read this book for class and at first was not too happy. But once I started I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN! This is the best book I have ever read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is by far the very best up and down action-suspense-thriller that money could buy. After reading it I would have paid three times the amount. The novel is definitely under priced regardless of being published in 1994. It grabs you, picks you up, and takes off like a rocket. And just when you think the rides over..wsshhhhh...WHIPLASH... Folsom picks you right back up and slams you even harder! If this novel was the equivalent of a rollercoaster at Great Adventure, anyone stepping on would have no choice but to vomit from this kind of ACTION! The plot is like no other and you will find yourself constantly questioning character's motives. Buy it immediately! Don't feel lucky getting it under $6.00, feel embarassed that you didn't buy it sooner. Enjoy!
leenags on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is the most thrilling book I have ever read. I just couldn't keep it down and I bet neither can you. From page one its full of surprises. Go for it during a weekend, otherwise you would be losing your sleep over this one. The author succeeds in keeping you intrigued till the very end. So go for this madcap roller-coaster ride and I promise that it would be more satisfying than a fast paced action movie. Fantastic book with an equally awesome ending.
pru-lennon on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
it wasn't terrible but wasn't nearly as good as my friend made it out to be. just not my type of book. i felt like it was way too long, the body count was way too high and the ending was both too neatly put together and then not.
The_Hibernator on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
In "The Day After Tomorrow," Alan Folsom weaves together a wide array of well-developed, interesting characters in an international murder mystery. It begins when Paul Osborne accidentally spies the man who murdered his father more than a decade earlier. Obsessed, he initiates a man-hunt which propels him into a powerful political intrigue as well as setting himself up as the prime suspect for an international serial killer. Despite the promising beginning, Folsom fails to deliver the anticipated suspense. Folsom's attempts at tantalizing foreshadows belly-flop when, by page 300 of this 600 paged book, he feeds enough information that an experienced reader will easily guess the "shocking" end. The final 300 pages of the book tediously develop a new (scientifically and historically impossible) twist on a plot which has been regurgitated since the mid-1900's. Although Folsom's writing style is generally fast-paced and entertaining, unfortunately the suspense is repeatedly interrupted by over-ambitious development of the characters' sexual identities. Some of this development is necessary, but most of it is superfluous. I would recommend this book for people who read quickly and do not try to interpret foreshawdows.
bookheaven on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Should have been shorter. Guessed ending halfway through. Very violent.
Bookmarks & Blue Light WP More than 1 year ago
I had eyeballed reviews for this book and most of them said it had them from the first page, which was an experience I didn’t share oddly enough. This book is an absolute 5-star but it took me a while to really get into it. During the first half I kept thinking lots of things were wrong with this book, and I dread getting back to it despite the fast-paced storytelling. I thought that some sentences were too long, the narrative sounded too monotonous in my head, etc.. Maybe external factors were influencing my experience or I was simply too out of practice with keeping my focus long enough to read content that requires a greater attention span than one you would need to finish an online article. However after approximately 50% of the book, I practically inhaled it. Bottom line: Great Read. Worth your bucks! Can you believe this novel is Allan Folsom’s first?
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this is the 2nd time I read this wonderful interesting and intriguing book. It was hard to put this down but in the first reading the editing was stellar. The digital version (nook) editing was atrocious and took away from the read. Fire the editor but Folsom's book remains a true classic!
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