Sleeper Cellby Jeffrey Anderson
When people start dying of unexplainable symptoms in Los Angeles, the government turns to Biodefense, a top-secret agency against bioterrorism. For the five members of the team, what they thought could never happen has come to pass: a nanotechnological weapon of mass destruction has been set loose. And one thing becomes all too clear to Biodefense's Alan Thorpe: the virus was developed and spread here--by a sleeper cell within our own borders--and no one knows how to stop it.
- Penguin Group (USA)
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- Product dimensions:
- 4.32(w) x 6.60(h) x 0.94(d)
- Age Range:
- 18 Years
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An interesting premise, but the characters are poorly developed and so unreal that it really detracts from the plot. There are also too many of them, so I had to constantly refer back to the first page to figure out who was who. It kept me going, but because of the above detractors, I couldn't really lose myself in it.
I had a hard time getting into this book; however, about mid-way through...it got good. Very likely scenario...quite scary!
I haven't read the whole book I just brought it two days ago, and I must say it's really interesting. And I, myself is a mirco-biology kind of guy, and for most stories the main( most interesting) part is like in the middle of the book, which I will be bored to death by then. But this book is different. I can't wait what other novels he will publish.
For his first book, Jeffrey Anderson did a fabulous job. This book is so riveting and exciting, it was all that I thought about while I read it. I, in particular, love science so this book was absolutely perfect for me. I can't wait for Anderson's next book to be published. Michael Crichton and Robin Cook make way, there's a new kid on the block