The Dandelion Conspiracy (Like Michael Crichton's Andromeda Strain, or Robin Snow's Outbreak) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Bio-terror just broke new ground – in your yard. Anti-terrorism agents Sid Bruenell and Arty Edinger have for years been on the trail of Henry Anzler, genetic scientist extraordinaire, who may have just figured out how to turn a simple weed into a weapon of mass destruction. Follow Sid and Arty as they attempt to unravel a complex conspiracy involving high U.S. Government officials, international black marketeers, and a mysterious Stickman Samurai.
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The Dandelion Conspiracy (Like Michael Crichton's Andromeda Strain, or Robin Snow's Outbreak)

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Overview

Bio-terror just broke new ground – in your yard. Anti-terrorism agents Sid Bruenell and Arty Edinger have for years been on the trail of Henry Anzler, genetic scientist extraordinaire, who may have just figured out how to turn a simple weed into a weapon of mass destruction. Follow Sid and Arty as they attempt to unravel a complex conspiracy involving high U.S. Government officials, international black marketeers, and a mysterious Stickman Samurai.
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Joe Sokolinsky
This novel has all the things that I expect of a page turner: a fast paced, highly inventive plot that always keeps me guessing and always surprises me, an interesting variety of characters, scientific advancements that are ahead of the curve, a little food for thought, some social relevance, and a sense of humor.

When I was down to the last third of the book, it was bedtime (had to get up early the next day for work), but instead stayed up very late because I had to find out how it end
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012930910
  • Publisher: Kirk Mustard
  • Publication date: 5/16/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 836,395
  • File size: 230 KB

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  • Posted August 10, 2011

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    Too neat

    For such a huge plot line it was way too neat... everything fell into place at just the right time... it was a great concept and a few interesting characters... would have liked more character development too! But it was a short read and not bad for the price!

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