Book Reviews of Sleeper Cell

Sleeper Cell
Sleeper Cell
Author: Jeffrey Anderson
ISBN-13: 9780425199794
ISBN-10: 0425199797
Publication Date: 4/5/2005
Pages: 336
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 41 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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Timely bio-terrorist plot, with a new and creepy idea.
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Good Read on "What if?" Bio-terror scenario.
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Great pace !
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A very cool book. A very cool plot. If u like computers and u like reading about the threat of computer viruses, this book is for you.
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Sleeper Cell is about bioterrorism. The story line is very plausible in this day and age.
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Very relevant story especially with all the terrorism in the world today.
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This book was too technical for my taste.
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Great the-end-is-near story.
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At the start of Dr. Anderson's thought-provoking debut medical thriller, people are dying in Los Angeles from what appears to be a new, unknown virus. At the same time, a Web site in Indonesia warns of Allah's "nanodeath" holocaust: "His nanomachines cannot be stopped until they have destroyed every American man, woman, and child." A team of scientists spring into action to trace the origin of the bug, finding what appears to be "a microscopic machine that can reproduce itself... essentially an artificial virus." Casualties begin to mount while the team struggles to catch up; meanwhile, politicos in Washington make plans to use the attack as grounds for military action they had already been seeking to carry out.