With his finger on the pulse of the latest medical technology, Robin Cook preys upon our deepest fears with uncanny skill. Now, in his most provocative thriller to date, he explores a sudden outbreak of strange new symptoms that defy diagnosis. The cause is unknown -- and unknowable -- because it is unlike anything humankind has ever seen ...
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Review: InvasionUser Review - Greg Rothenberger - Goodreads
I was kind of disappointed. I thought the story was very good, but the writing could have used some editing. The dialogue was very stiff and unnatural-sounding to me. Also, it seemed more like a screenplay turned into a book, than a book turned into a screenplay (if you know what I mean). Read full review
Review: InvasionUser Review - Jewell Moreno - Goodreads
very interesting, watched everyone in public who coughed or sneezed very closely for the whole time I was reading it. Story about alien virus infecting the human race, and changing humanity. Scary and good characterization. I will never look at a meteor shower the same again. Read full review