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Sick: A Project Eden Thriller

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6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Brett Battles Does It Again!

Brett Battles has launched what appears to be another series, the "Project Eden Thrillers". Like the books in his Jonathan Quinn and the new Logan Harper series, SICK takes the reader on an exciting journey of suspense and intrigue. "SICK" refers to a mysterious virus t...
Brett Battles has launched what appears to be another series, the "Project Eden Thrillers". Like the books in his Jonathan Quinn and the new Logan Harper series, SICK takes the reader on an exciting journey of suspense and intrigue. "SICK" refers to a mysterious virus that is seemingly 100% fatal until one man, Capt. Daniel Ash, demonstrates immunity. He discovers there's a group of nasty people who are intentionally releasing this virus and want to study him to discover the secret of his immunity. Ash is not only grieving for his family which was wiped out by the virus (or were they?), he is also trying to find out who's behind this nefarious activity and stop them while simultaneously avoiding capture by them. From the opening chapter where the reader witnesses the devastation wrought upon a man who finds his wife dead and watches his children come down with a deadly virus to the exciting finish, Battles leads the reader on a ride that won't quickly be forgotten. I for one am grateful for the speed that Battles has been churning out his books recently. As long as the quality stays at such a consistent level, there will be no complaints from me!

posted by Kirbster66 on April 25, 2011

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2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Just ok

While I liked this book enough to finish it I hardly agree with all of the rave reviews. Yes there was some suspense that made me want to keep reading. But the plot wasn't new or fresh at all and the whole story lacked depth and dimension. There was virtually no char...
While I liked this book enough to finish it I hardly agree with all of the rave reviews. Yes there was some suspense that made me want to keep reading. But the plot wasn't new or fresh at all and the whole story lacked depth and dimension. There was virtually no character development - the characters (antagonists and protagonists alike) had the level of complexity you would expect from a Saturday morning cartoon. And the ending and wrap up didn't provide much closure or answer any questions. Finally, the nook version had a number of annoying formatting and pagination errors. There are a lot of better suspense reads out there.

posted by goofyhound on November 4, 2011

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  • Posted October 19, 2013

    One of those What If Novels

    Daniel Ash starts out having a bad night, His wife is definitely dead, and he is told that his son and daughter are, as well. However, it turns out that they are alive--and have some sort of immunity to what is killing lots of other people. The government has decided that it needs to kill a certain percentage of the population so that there will be enough resources for the rest of the country. What kind of world is this? It might provide a lot of discussion for a book group.

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  • Posted January 3, 2012

    An okay read

    Gets repetitive quickly, generally a good time filler.

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  • Posted November 29, 2011

    Killer Virus

    I enjoyed the book immensely; I will be buying the fall-up. I highly recommend it if you enjoy deadly pathogens with a 99.9% kill rate.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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