A freak accident on a small experimental shuttle causes it to go off- course and collide into the sun, resulting in the earth being hit by solar flares and lots of other unrealistic disasters all caused by the sun being affected by the shuttle. For some reason the shuttle was capable of smacking into the sun without vaporizing and caused an impact so extreme that no comet regardless of size has ever done before. What is the solution to stop earth from being destroyed? Send another shuttle with ipods glued on the inside walls to blow up the sun!
It's pathetically unrealistic and leaves you groaning at just how badly written the plot is. There's so many holes that if it were a block of cheese there'd be no cheese because it's all holes. Why did the shuttle not vaporize? Why did the crew not get boiled alive or suffer extreme radiation poisoning? How is it possible that a bomb can "collide" with the sun without burning up before it even reaches it? It's stupid, stupid stupid stupid!
For a series written in 2013 I expected something far more realistic and not so fictional that it's something that a 4 year old would write.
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