Cell Wars - The Battle for Brian

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Brian Davis of The Poplars, Watford, has a problem. He’s been eating junk food and drinking home brew. Like everyone else on the planet, he has a team of minuscule protectors inside him, most of them devoted to keeping him well. Except that in Brian’s case, they don’t know what to do when a nest of cancer cells is discovered. More

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About Adam Fox

Adam Fox is a journalist, editor and natural health commentator. He also writes inspirational historical fiction under his real name, Alistair Forrest. Both live with the same woman in Spain.

Reviews

Review by: Inhousepress on July 25, 2012 : star star star star star
Singing Sphincter?

At first I was lost. Completely. Then I took a deep gulp of Black Label, and I began to see light. Beautiful golden light. Then, as I approached the sphincter I spun on my heel and doubled back to the duodenum. Quite a distance. At least, I escaped the music. I prefer opera. Or a violin concerto. Not Singing Sphincter. Still Brian had to be saved, although I’m not sure he deserved it. Find out for yourself. Now Mrs. Host is a very different story. Her sphincter… never mind.

If you understand this, you’ll also understand the Adam Fox's story.

I am glad he limited himself to half a dozen characters. Imagine ten trillion cells battling hundred trillion bacteria, fungi and archaea . Mahabharata step aside. Who can tell? Perhaps Mr. Fox will tackle that next. For now read this. If you understand it, you’ll enjoy it. If not, read it again, then you might. Both. Understand it and enjoy it. The Singing Sphincter gets 5 stars. Fox would get six if he admitted that only Black Label has sufficient vitamins to save Brian.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Marjorie Owen on March 24, 2012 : star star star star
This is an interesting concept. The initial impression of the book was, 'this is strange'. However, as the story progressed one was drawn into the experiences of the protectors and their characters. Would have liked to hear a little more of Brian.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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