Part two of the Greg Mandel series
Professor Edward Kitchener was a double Nobel Laureate researching quantum cosmology for the Event Horizon conglomerate - but no good to anybody dead and with his lungs spread our on either side of his chest.
Who would want to murder him and why?
I am astounded by Peter's abilty to weave a world so complete, so detailed, that I had to be careful I didn't start getting the idea I was in a book, reading about reality. (How very Neverending Story'esque!)
The details was so impressive that all aspects were covered, technology, morals, common-place responses by the characters, to what we would concider technomagic.
In particular, Greg Mandel as the main character, was simply riviting. His personality was so 'right' for him that you could be forgiven for thinking he was based on a real person.
I am eagerly anticipating the next book, The Nano Flower. If it is anything like this book, or the previous one Mindstar Rising, I am going to be having a lot of late nights.
Random listing from 'Books'...
Jingle bells! Rudolph smells from eating carrots and hay, went over a bump and he did a trump, and it went in Santa's face - hey. Laugh out loud as you sing along to this hilarious, smelly-as Christmas song... and find out how Santa's #1 stinky-bottomed reindeer saves Christmas.
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