Intervention: The Pandora Virus

Intervention: The Pandora Virus

by WRR Munro

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BN ID: 2940045438926
Publisher: WRR Munro
Publication date: 11/03/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Munro was born in Sydney, Australia in 1964. He worked for a decade in investment banking in Sydney and then Tokyo. Returning to Australia, he helped establish an internet presence provider. Throughout these careers, his fascination with the sciences never abated, and a casual writing hobby became an obsession, culminating in 'INTERVENTION - The Pandora Virus', a techno-thriller with an ecological twist. His upcoming techno-thriller, 'INTEGRATION - Hacking Humanity' explores the danger and the potential, of technology and neuroscience colliding.

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Intervention: The Pandora Virus 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Mzeplin More than 1 year ago
I received a free digital copy from the author via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I’m actually a little shocked by how much I liked this story. This is not the kind of story I usually read but it was very well written and surprisingly good. It’s obvious that the author did a lot of research for this novel. There was a lot of information in this story and the attention to detail was fantastic. Certain aspects in the middle of the book made it kind of drag a little but other than that, this was a really good book.
ToryMichaels More than 1 year ago
Oh. My. Goodness. This was a great book. Self-published work can truly be a hit or miss prospect, and this one was definitely a hit (at least for me). The bulk of the book takes place about 20 years from now, and I found the tech advances imagined by Mr. Munro to be completely believable.  It's hard to know what to say about this book, because it was just so good. I'm not sure I agree with some of his views about climate change, but it's definitely true about the world straining Earth's resources with it's exploding population, so I found it believable and a bit scary. Ayden was  a strong character - brilliant, determined, and definitely devoted to ferreting out the truth. There were a lot of secondary characters and sometimes it was hard (deliberately so) to know who was telling the truth about what. The villain was great, and equally stubborn. I'm really excited to know there's a sequel in the works, so will definitely keep my eye out for that. Yeah, there's not much to say about this one other than READ IT! Thanks Mr. Munro! Book provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.