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In 1947, the U.S. Army left behind a secret when they closed Ft. Miles, Delaware. A threat so deadly, they buried it 1000 feet down in the Atlantic Ocean. Now, sixty years later, an oil rig drilling off the coast of Delaware has hit something.

Now one man holds the key to the survival of the planet.

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Microbe
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3.1 / 5
Very interesting, kept me reading
March 21st, 2015
A very interesting, futuristic type story, gripping and wanting more. Twists and turns were surprising. A great read.
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microbe
January 1st, 2015
Poor characturization and weak story developement made it difficult to buy in. The book seemed abbbreviated and ammaturish
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Not great
March 22nd, 2014
An odd combination of enjoyable science and literary incompetence. While the scientific jargon is up to scratch, this book is littered with shallow, two-dimensional characters, a laughably thin plot, and more clichés than I care to count. The story never really changes in pace or tone, except for the end of each chapter, which almost always ends in an italicised cliffhanger. The language itself is pretty bad. While I can usually forgive a sci-fi thriller for stilted prose, Microbe's seems not only juvenile, but poorly edited. Quotation marks are dropped, sentences repeated, and even the point-of-view switches from third- to first-person without warning. Basic grammar, punctuation and syntax really are inexcusable omissions. I enjoy the odd bit of cheap thriller, but I would recommend this author take some writing classes before penning their next work.
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Micrôbe
January 14th, 2014
Quite a good book
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Page-turner
September 17th, 2013
Very hard to stop reading. Exciting. Good story although had some huge holes. Characters not very deep.
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September 8th, 2013
very interesting theory and well written
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