Antidote is about the very real danger that, in the future, bacteria can be used as weapons of terror. In this story, a group of Soviet Georgians develop a strain of common bacteria and create an epidemic against the Russian High Command. Robert Cook, a microbiologist in La Jolla helps track down the perpetrators through France, Moscow, and the Georgian republic. The novel features the sights, sounds and tastes of those lands, while bringing in enough science to interest the lay listener who likes a galloping thriller...
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It is a very well written mystery thriller
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Immersive and Interesting
Yes, and I have. You can see Mr.Lonergan's complete understanding of the subject matter (germ warfare) from the beginning.
The crossing into Georgia from Russia.
His voices for the computers and his Slavic accents were wonderful, but my favorite was Robert Cook. I could feel his life.
It made me a bit nervous.
This book started off kind of slow; both the writing and the narration. But once the ground work was laid and the story really got going (around Chapter 4), I felt as though I had been transported to another life. Very good!
- Michael Valentine