When a Muslim cleric predicts planes will fall from the sky, America braces for a terrorist attack. But when the prediction proves true, the real cause is far more terrifying: a microbe that eats oil, effectively destroying all gas-operated mechanisms. Gillette, an epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control, understands the devastation that the microbe could wreak. But his far-more-chilling theory is that the microbe is synthetic and the work of terrorists. When no one will listen, Gillette must take it upon himself to stop the epidemic only he can foresee. As the world's economy grinds to a crashing halt, Gillette races against the clock to find the source of the microbe and its antidote.This gripping, high-concept thriller about a virus that is eating the world's oil supply is reminiscent of Michael Crichton's best.
"Reiss, a Hollywood screenwriter, has created a true page-turner of pell-mell action and momentum, already in production as a movie." (Publishers Weekly)
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Good Book, Dreadful Narration
- L. Nielsen
Interesting story with a rushed ending
Concept and plot were entertaining. The ending just didn't fit the book, like the writer just worte something to get it done.
Can't go wrong with Dick Hill
Not really, author seemed to struggle down at the end
Worth a credit