Anyone who dares challenge the Rho Project is being systematically picked off. At the top of the hit man’s death list: NSA fixer Jack Gregory, and the three teenagers who first exposed the Rho Project’s dark agenda to the world.
On the run for their lives, Heather, Mark, and Jennifer know that the Rho Project’s alien nano-technology has been released into the world, disguised as a miracle cure. But what they don’t yet know is that the serum has taken on a life of its own, modifying human DNA in a way that even its engineers cannot control - one that will alter the very fabric of humanity.
©2012 Richard Phillips (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Better than I expected. It started out more like a Young Adult and evolved into a Tom Clancy like story. Compelling story; I really liked it. Good narrator.
Great Sci Fi series that is narrated to perfection. The story has great conspiracy mixed with espionage and some aliens.
Another story that kept me on the edge of the seat! No spoiler here, but one chapter made me angry and profoundly sad at 2 of the characters. Narrator was good, but needs a little work with character voices to make it more convincing for me to visualize them.
This is Book 2 in the series and it was just as good as one in fact I have not read book 3 yet but it could stop right here and still be very good as a conclusion. And that's what I like in a sequel
They take a lot showers and eat a lot of breakfast. This book could have been an autobiography by Philips called "I Love When Kids Eat and Shower."These kids act like dorks and aren't based on any one real... I hope. The story jumps to immediate conclusions so randomly it is mind boggling. The performance was good but I feel he ruined some of the dialogue with his interpretation of what these kids are like.
Accurate & believable sci Fi. Digustingly corrupt politicians & bureaucrats. complex good guys & tough, heroic women.
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