Terror In Atlantaby Alfonso Borello
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MOMS WERE NO longer carrying babies in their expensive strollers, they were hauling monsters. And the rest of the citizens were probably too sick and deteriorated to figure out the tragedy ahead. A state of emergency would have been ideal under such circumstances, but government officials were intoxicated by the confusion and unable to find consensus for the next move?so, they did nothing. It was one of the most sophisticated operations of techno terrorism to date. Fundamentalism was dead; the trend was a new science of people decimation without weapons. Nebbia was the brainchild of a young British banker and part time physicist, who recruited a quorum of well-fed scientists to set up shop in the capital of the south and carry the annihilation.
- Alfonso Borello
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A little bit crude, I might say but definitely amusing. I wish it was a little bit longer. I tried to get it on amazon first but wasn't available in the States-
Now i haven't read this...but when the writer uses the wrong form of the word "were" in the jacket copy, it does nothing to inspire my confidence that this might be a well-written story. "Moms where no longer carrying their babies"? C'mon man!!!