The Cobra Event - Richard Preston Reviews
Description:ISBN 0752817124 / Paperback: 456 pages / Publisher: Orion / New Edition: 4 Mar 1999
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by - written on 21/01/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Richard Preston is first and foremost a non fiction author, best known for the Hotzone, The Demon in the Freezer and Panic in Level 4. This comes across strongly in this book - and it does read in many ways like a non fiction account - if the subject matter were not so fantastic - at least with our current level of technology. Of course Preston knows far more about the current level of technology than I do as his primary field of research has always been biological warfare. Thankfully, Preston has made a deliberate choice not to share everything he knows, clearly stating he has changed the name of at least one substance, as well as few details to prevent his book being .. Read the complete review
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