This is a no-holds-barred thriller. It has a mysterious disease set loose in the Seattle subway system, international terrorists and counter-terrorist agents, and lots and lots of best-seller trappings. It rips by at a fearsome rate. That all sounds good, doesn't it?
Well, G. M. Ford is an excellent writer; I just wish he wouldn't waste his time on writing to the best-seller formula. He's good enough that some of his personal genius shines through the formula work, but he's also left some confusing loose ends (to me, anyway) and never really made clear who one of the shadowy characters was.
It's a nice fast ride through a somewhat unbelievable landscape, so it's fun even if it's not up to his normal standards.
Great read. Subject matter deals with bioterrorism in downtown Seattle.
I like everything G.M. Ford has written and this is not different. I read it cover to cover in one night.
Not my kind of reading, don't like to read about diseases or bio-terrorism. I like a good suspense thriller but not this kind.
series with 'frank corso' - good read