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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - nfmgirl2 - LibraryThing
Let me put it bluntly: This book was almost painful to read. There were moments when I almost felt as if I were reading a creative writing project submitted by a high school student. It was contrived ... Read full review
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Not one of Cook's better works from the start, but enough to keep my interest. Alien race sends probes which infect humans, which makes them a part of a collective alien being. The book that was so-so ... Read full review