Creative, thoughtful, suspenseful. Lincoln Child proves once more that it is not just in his collaborations with Preston that he can produce a spelling-binding story. I like their joint efforts, but Child's solo efforts are more the pure techno-thriller that I enjoy most.
Set in the present or near future, we get a scientifically literate adventure that just verges into science fiction, with a sprinkling of neuroscience, cryptography, and geology.
Scott Brick does his usual satisfying job of narration. He is one of my favorites for this type of book.
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