Hello fellow readers. In this review I’m covering the last book of A.G. Riddle’s The Extinction Files series Genome. As I mentioned in my last review, if you have been following my blog and book reviews, you’ve probably read a few of my reviews of this great story-teller.
This book continues where Pandemic left off. The world has just narrowly missed an extinction level event in the form of a man-made and released virus. The cure was held back until a very large population of the earth was infected and either dead or dying. However the cure that has saved so many has a terrible secret, it contains Nantes, capable of altering the DNA and minds of those that have received it.
Now with the cure released Dr. Peyton Shaw, her mother and the rest of the team are on an urgent hunt for clues left 30 years ago by a Dr Kraus that unlock the mystery of our very existence and hopeful stop the endgame of those that released the virus on an unsuspecting world.
The story is mind-bending and takes us all over the world. Introducing us to a world where technology can alter one’s perception and thinking. On my scale of 1 to 5, 1 being don’t bother and 5 a real page turner, I give Genome a solid 5. This story is captivating, fast paced and full of surprises. I highly recommend this one for all you A. G. Riddle fans and even if you’re not a fan, you wont be disappointed.
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