Sidney Sheldon - Doomsday Conspiracy. Bellamy was back in the crowded hospital ward at Cu Chi Base in Vietnam and Susan was leaning. THE DOOMSDAY CONSPIRACY Books by Sidney Sheldon THE DOOMSDAY CONSPIRACY MEMORIES OF MIDNIGHT THE SANDS OF TIME WINDMILLS. Handpicked by the NSA to track down and identify the ten known witnesses to the recent crash of a weather balloon, Robert Bellamy searches for clues in Rome.
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One man faints, another vomits. A woman starts shaking uncontrollably. A priest claims to have seen the face of Satan.
He claims that Armageddon is here. There, General Mark Hilliard, the director of the NSA, assigns him to investigate an incident where a 'weather balloon' has crashed. He adds that there were some witnesses whom he wants Robert to track down. He is forcibly given a special credit card by Hilliard for his expenses. Robert's past is revealed in a flashback - He was a pilot in the US navy and fought in the Vietnam War. There, after a successful bombing mission along with Edward Whittaker, son of Admiral Ralph Whittaker, Robert's plane is attacked by enemy aircraft.
He shoots one down, but the second hits his plane with a missile. As Robert fights to regain control, two more planes descend from the front and rake the plane with machine-gun fire. Robert, heavily injured, manages to eject, but Edward dies. Robert is picked up by a helicopter and transported to a hospital. He adds that there were some witnesses whom he wants Robert to track down. He is forcibly given a special credit card by Hilliard for his expenses.
Robert's past is revealed in a flashback - He was a pilot in the US navy and fought in the Vietnam War.
There, after a successful bombing mission along with Edward Whittaker, son of Admiral Ralph Whittaker, Robert's plane is attacked by enemy aircraft. He shoots one down, but the second hits his plane with a missile. As Robert fights to regain control, two more planes descend from the front and rake the plane with machine-gun fire.
Robert, heavily injured, manages to eject, but Edward dies. Robert is picked up by a helicopter and transported to a hospital. Doctors declare that there is no chance of saving Robert. But a nurse intervenes and convinces doctors to operate Robert.
Robert survives and becomes close to Susan Ward, the nurse. They later get married. Robert goes to Zurich where he locates Hans Beckerman, the bus driver. He says that the people on the bus witnessed an UFO crash. He reveals the identity of another passenger, Fritz Mandel of Bern. Later a woman, seeking a lift in Beckerman's car, murders him and makes it look like an accident.
The cycle continues; as Robert locates the passengers one by one, they are mysteriously killed. Each murder is meticulously staged to appear as an accident.
Mandel is crushed under a heavy hydraulic lift. Leslie Mothershed dies in a fire in his house. Dan Wayne is kicked to death by his stallion after it is provoked by the assassins. Olga Romanchanko is raped and strangled. Kevin Parker is stabbed to death. William Mann is shot dead and it's made to appear like a suicide. Moral of the story: Don't read books off of your mom's bookshelf even if you're really bored.
Apr 09, Salymar rated it really liked it Shelves: The Doomsday Conspiracy is another thriller novel by my favorite author, Sidney Sheldon. The story concerns an American naval officer, Commander Robert Bellamy who was mysteriously recruited in the NSA to investigate a balloon crash accident in the Swiss Alps where it said that there were seven 7 witnesses. He was tasked to search for the said witnesses and report it to the authorities immediately. I know I shall not go into the story in detail as it will contain spoilers but, personally I kin The Doomsday Conspiracy is another thriller novel by my favorite author, Sidney Sheldon.
I know I shall not go into the story in detail as it will contain spoilers but, personally I kind-of dislike this novel because this is a Sci-Fi and unfortunately I am not a fan of that kind of genre especially those that contains aliens and zombies.
In a wider sense, Sheldon exposes the failure of the military and other governmental organizations to tell the truth about certain events that they would prefer not to explain. The rationale was: Why alarm the public unnecessarily about phenomena they cannot understand? Since the authorities themselves are basically ignorant about extraterrestrial beings, they, rather than making any attempt to meet them and learn their purposes, automatically classify their appearances as enemy action.
In other words, "dehumanization" is the price paid by the government to protect our national security. I mean, would that be possible in the near future? That specific question disturbed my mind for quite some time now. Just a surprise fact: I randomly learned that Dan Brown, the author of popular thriller novel, The Da Vinci Code, named The Doomsday Conspiracy as the book that inspired him to write thriller fiction, citing its "simplicity of the prose and efficiency of the storyline.
View 1 comment. Apr 10, Oleksiy Kononov rated it did not like it. The plot is indeed captivating. But Mr. Sheldon didn't do his homework on the USSR. The book swarms with American stereotypes about the Soviets. Bad Russian sweets, he says - bullshit, you should have tasted some before making statements like that. I don't want to list all those errors and provocative paragraphs in The Doomsday Conspiracy, yet the book had been written long after the end of the Cold War.
Well, it's a work of fiction rather than a documentary, but still it looks like a cheap prop The plot is indeed captivating. Well, it's a work of fiction rather than a documentary, but still it looks like a cheap propaganda piece. Oct 29, Parva Chhantyal rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Aliens are invading!
The world is dying!
They are killing us! World's industrialization is the problem for Aliens. They think people are destroying the earth due to all chemicals released from the industry. So, Aliens have demanded the nuclear and manufacturing industries to be stopped. They have warned that unless people agree to do so, they will invade the earth. Now, the secret agency from the strongest countries of the world have come together and formed the secret organisation 'Operation The Aliens are invading! Now, the secret agency from the strongest countries of the world have come together and formed the secret organisation 'Operation Doomsday' to fight against the Aliens.
The operation is hidden from the world in order to avoid public panic. One day, while making a trip to the earth, UFO consisting of 3 aliens crashes in the Alps of Switzerland. The incident is witnessed by 10 people. Now, the Operation Doomsday is eager to find those 10 witnesses and stop them from spreading the news. His job is to find those 10 witnesses without consulting with anyone. Dutifully, Robert innocently finds those witnesses one by one but after each time Robert locates, the witness is mysteriously killed.
Robert is unknown about this fact until he hands them the final witness and his own life gets in danger. Now, Robert is trying to save his own life. His own friends have become enemies. There is no place to go to and no person to trust to but the only thing he has is the skills and intelligence. Robert once had training in US Naval Intelligence to avoid the circumstance like this. Now, whatever he learnt from them, he tends to use on them.
I felt deep pain for Robert when he unfolds the story of the only woman he ever loved and will ever love. He had her but because of too much of work away from home, she slowly slips out of his hands and ends up marrying someone else.
The annoying thing is, she comes back to him at the end. Robert should have found someone else. She should have suffered as much as Robert had. Oh well, it feels nice to read about happy ending though. After reading almost all of Sidney's book. I kind of knew beforehand that this books consists of suspense with many twist and turns but never ever expected Aliens, UFOS and scientific fiction from him.
It totally blew my mind! Without a doubt, he did a great job.
Do you know what inspired Dan Brown to write thriller fiction? The Doomsday Conspiracy. Sidney is getting another point for this. View all 4 comments. Dec 12, JG rated it it was amazing Shelves: Here i am thinking i can't get anymore surprise from Sydney Dont get me wrong, i know Syd is full of twists and turn so i know, before even oppening this book that it is going to be a WOW.
BUt i neve expect it to blow my mind! I was reading the first few chapters and i keep turning the cover, making sure it was Sydney's work because this one was totally different! I mean can you believe it! I have read about yakuza'a, mobbs, lawyer, but never di Here i am thinking i can't get anymore surprise from Sydney Sydney has an amazing writing! It's like saying the heart is red or the sky is blue. It is THAT obvious.
I have read pretty much all of he's book and never have i been disappointed! Chapter one, yup just on chapter one, i felt the depth of the characters pain. I felt he's love and felt sorry for him, just by reading a 3-page chapter I already felt connected.
I understood he yearned for he's ex-wife.. Just by a single phone-communication that lasted for a what? Damn all those people who gave this book 3-below star.
Actually i started hating mystery books, but reading this has turned me around. My only complaint, being a hopeless romantic that i am is how the Alien woman didn't end up with the Robert!
Why can't Sydney be more romantic! Why didn't he broke Robert's ex-wife's heart like she broke he's! I hated it when they got up together!!!!!
She does not deserve Robert! The Doomsday Conspiracy by Sidney Sheldon was a real entertainer! One could easily relate to all of his characters , specially the protagonist Commander Robert Bellamy, the portraying of that character was very real and convincing, thank god he was not one of those picture perfect super hero who knew everything! Other than that the plot was very gripping with enough twists and turns The Doomsday Conspiracy by Sidney Sheldon was a real entertainer!
Other than that the plot was very gripping with enough twists and turns and mystery to keep the readers engrossed.
I am glad I read a Sidney Sheldon book at last it was a treat for a first time reader like me and I will definitely be reading more of his books! View all 13 comments. Feb 07, Jakk Makk rated it did not like it. My fault: Too wide open for me to follow. Apr 27, Sana'a Abdul latheef rated it did not like it Recommends it for: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. When I was reading the critical parts of this book, I was like, "Oh please no Why does it always end up with aliens? Aliens are so I think bringing up aliens in any story is like a last resort of writers, like 'when in doubt, put aliens there'.
I bought this book without realizing it was sci-fi. That was foolish on my part. The reason I bought this was because of the author's fame When I was reading the critical parts of this book, I was like, "Oh please no The reason I bought this was because of the author's fame in the international level.
I might read his books again, if he has written any non sci-fi that is, but I certainly wont be downloading any without assurance. He is known for having female protagonists in his novels but this one is, as far as I know, the only exception, and it's not even a bad one for he did a good job. I thought this was going to be all sci-fi and boring but he sure proved me wrong. It was indeed very informative and I just couldn't put it down.
I still can't touch a plant now without the scare that I might be hurting it. It had been an interesting journey, reading this book, and I sure will be doing a little more research on the facts. The ending, though, could have been better, in my opinion.