What readers have to say about Intervention: The Pandora Virus…

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“I loved this book. It’s intelligent, and so plausible it’s scary” [more]

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“frighteningly brilliant depiction of the future of humanity … its author easily compared to one of the greats in this field, Michael Crichton” [More]

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“the science was wonderfully believable … and I’m still pondering the moral questions. It’s a masterpiece of it’s genre” [More]

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“Ayden was a strong character – brilliant, determined, and definitely devoted to ferreting out the truth… The villain was great, and equally stubborn … Yeah, there’s not much to say about this one other than READ IT!” [More]

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“fabulous near future sci-fi that introduces the reader not only to the very real possiblity of an ecologically precarious earth and the logical possibility of GMO humans” [More]

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“munro takes bees, genetically modified organisms, nefarious multinational corporations, the united states government, philanthropists, evil scientists, and more and dances them through the pages of intervention weaving a captivating story about our responsibilities to ourselves, our children, and our planet… an interesting, well written, and taut thriller” [More]

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“technothriller sci-fi page turner that is highly recommended for all adrenaline junkies … Intervention starts out at a fast pace and certainly races along to the end. A perfect airplane book: lots of action and intrigue” [More]

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“This book is absolutely fantastic … explores a very likely future which seems to be very rooted in science and the trajectory of its progress” [More]

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“This is pretty much a rave review for a new thriller … a fascinating read, especially for the author’s view of science 20 years in the future” [More]

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“all too possible and scary because of that” [More]

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“fast-paced, highly intelligent thriller” … big questions brought up over the course of the book are intriguing and all sides are discussed with intelligence and logic” [More]

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“Intervention presents a scenario so subtle, yet widespread, that readers will feel a bit stunned by it all … Although it is fiction, it stands a very real chance of becoming non-fiction, if we let it. You must read Intervention” [More]

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“Probably the best book i’ve read this year… The interaction is superb and the actual subject matter is compelling and thought provoking without distracting from the story. AMAZING, i can’t say this enough buy this book” [More]

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“If you’re a Michael Crichton fan, this will be right up your alley” [More]

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“if you’re a fan of Michael Crichton, you’ll love this book, too. It’s a well crafted sci-med/techno thriller set in a future so plausible it’s downright scary …The author sets a fast pace while giving us time to relish plenty of smart future-tech and hard science” [More]

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“A rare find: topnotch self-published SF… Moral issues abound, in a context of failing economies, destruction of the environment, and the never-ending growth of human population … Prepare to think your way through this book” [More]

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“a complex and fast paced story with extremely likable characters and a story that hit the ground running and never stopped for breath. If I had to compare it to something, I would liken it to a Michael Crichton-esque techno-thriller” [More]

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“Intervention is a hard-SF thriller with an ecological bent … I couldn’t help siding with the “villain” of the story, perhaps not with the means they use to reach their ends (creative as that may have been), but certainly with the conviction that something needed to be done … a promising new talent has joined the SF field” [More]

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So what’s it about? Read the back cover blurb here.

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