Steve Pfister is a reticent polymer chemist who lives in the past, unable to let go of his military experience. His latest invention gets the attention of some high level government officials, leading to an opportunity to work on a top secret project with national security implications.
Life couldn’t be more routine for computer programmer Bill Miller, until he stumbles on information that he shouldn’t have, including a bioterrorism plot. Unable to come forward with the information, he needs to find an ally to believe him before it’s too late.
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Decent story, zero editing.
I liked the premise, but it was hard to get past the complete lack of editing. Did the author even read this through himself before self-publishing? The lack of full sentences, the inconsistent tenses, etc. gave this more of a story-boarding feel than a polished novel. Please author, give this the effort it deserves.
Good, it just seemed to take a long time getting to the end.
Well written story with good character development. Content was relevant and plenty of rooting for the "good guy". It had it's moments of making you chase the story but in the end I had a tear in my eye and a huge smile on my face as I chuckled.......