Germs of War

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A fast paced book where bioterrorism meets international intrigue and rogue CIA agents More
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Bob Freeman reviewed on Nov. 12, 2020

Fast-paced medical/bioTerror/international story.
Medical sections were comprehensive and well done.
It was a little weak on the microbiology, but then I've worked with TB for over 10 years.
A well written, good read.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Jennie Rosenblum reviewed on Sep. 30, 2020

This is a pulsating bioterrorism thriller. While the biological warfare is scary all on it’s own, the really frightening part is how normal the world surrounding the creation of the weapon is. The logical manner in which the author presents the entire scenario made me realize just how easily this could all happen.
Told from several viewpoints with an unlikely heroine, there is just enough science for the non-nerds to get what is going on. The author takes a fictional idea and presents it in a real life way – or maybe it’s the other way around. Either way this was a quick, intriguing read that kept me on the edge of my seat.
(reviewed 46 days after purchase)
Amy Shannon reviewed on April 15, 2019

A great read

Desai tells a terror-fying (yes, intentionally written that way) with Germs of War. It's a well-written story of terrorists, biological warfare, and experimentation. It's put together at a great pace, and does not leave too much time for contemplation. Even with the medical terminology spread throughout the book, the reader was easy to understand what was going on, and know enough to be a little frightened of this story. I enjoyed Desai's writing style, and this reader could tell that that author had knowledge of what was being written. A great chilling, story. I look forward to reading more by this author.
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