Quantico by Greg Bear
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The first third of the book really had me wondering if the pages of my Greg Bear science fiction novel had been secretly replaced with the pages from some randomly average thriller about post-9/11 terrorism. Then the science started appearing and things got more interesting.
The realistic portrayal of the remote possibility of unknown parties acquiring and/or manipulating bio-terrorism materials is quite unsettling and thought provoking. This is not a great book. But it was ultimately satisfying and I will probably give the next one in the series a try. [More]
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