Book Reviews of CHILLER

Author: Sterling Blake
ISBN-13: 9780553568660
ISBN-10: 0553568663
Publication Date: 9/1/1994
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.

3.1 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Three researchers at a Southern California cryonics lab are about to announce a stunning breakthrough. They have discovered a new way to preserve bodies at superlow temperatures for future revival. If successful, they may have rendered death obsolete. But the enemy is fighting back with a vengeance. He's a man who calls himself George, a man whose real identity is concealed behind a maze of false documents and computer fraud.
George is the most dangerous kind of serial killer - the kind who believes he's been sent on a mission. His goal is to track down and kill the advocates of a godless technology and teach them the true meaning of death: the blood, the pain, and the glory.
Alex Cowell, Susan Hagerty, and Kathryn Sheffield don't know they are the targets of this madman's wrath. They don't know how close death is...until they feel the cold touch of his icy hand...until they discover that muder is the only prelude to something far worse...
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Helpful Score: 1
This one is a fun read if you're into the types of science & medical thrillers written by Robin Cook or Michael Crichton. It's been awhile since I've read it, so the science on this one could be sort of outdated by now, but I remember it being pretty fast moving and it kept my interest throughout.
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a terrifying thriller of science and suspense.researchers have discovered a new way to preserve bodies.