Fiction, 7/10 – January 2006
|This is 585 pages of fast paced action covering a political and scientific arena through the eyes of a American national security agent (who is rather cheesily, a stunning and mysterious female). The author has done his homework in order to include a lot of scientific information that holds the story together and allows it to evolve. I enjoyed all the secret military technology demonstrated in the book which seemed to cling close to what might be feasibly possible but is probably science-fiction.|
The cover says “Unputdownable”, which I don’t fully agree with, but it’s still a fun and easy read.