Action filled, Germ keeps readers on the edge of their seat.
Posted January 08, 2009
Imagine the Ebola virus spreading like the flu, then add a twist. The virus was programmed to hunt you down and kill you by targeting your DNA. And if not you, then thousands around you.
Robert Liparulo not only imagined this scenario, but entertains us with a fast moving thriller filled with the gruesome details of what such a virus could do in the hands of the wrong people.
The book follows FBI investigator Julia Matheson with the help of Dr. Allen Parker as she traces the virus to itís origin. She must stop this deadly problem before it stops her or worse yet, a terrorist group unleashes it in an attack we could only imagine in our worst nightmares.
If you can get past the gruesome opening chapter, and I hope you do, the book will keep you mesmerized. Action filled, Germ keeps readers on the edge of their seat. Liparulo provides technical details to make the plot believable yet keeps it entertaining. He tosses twists and turns in when you least expect them and keeps the story moving at a fast pace. Strong dialogue rounds out this novel and makes it a keeper.
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