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Omicron (Aristotle Project #1)

4.43  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Donovan Faine has experienced major changes before. The railway crossing death of his father in Chepstow, Wales, when Donovan was a boy. His move with his mother to America, close on the heels of that loss. The death of his cousin shortly afterward. An occupation filled with secrets, and the death of his friend Adrian Traen in the course of that life. The woman he found ...more
Published September 2nd 2011 (first published September 1st 2011)
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Rachel Cotterill
This was an enjoyable thriller, whose action criscrossed the globe from its first pages. Reinken's style is very distinctive, including detailed descriptions of locations and more-or-less-relevant facts, along with a fast-changing cast of characters, many of whom are introduced only to be brutally disposed of or - in a manner common enough in real life, but which I've seldom seen in fiction - just in time to play a major role in changing the course of the drama. Throughout this, a small number ...more
Whit Gentry
Oct 05, 2011 Whit Gentry rated it it was amazing
If you like suspence thrillers like Tom Clancy, Daniel Silva, Brad Thor, and Vince Flynn then you do not want to miss this read. The author takes you into the White House and the other government agencies that feed off themselves while they try to present that they are all on the same team. The author has done an execellent job of putting business greed ahead of religious fanatism, what a switch.

The reader will find the story presentation fun and and you can't wait to get back to what has happen
Kathleen Caffey
Jan 03, 2013 Kathleen Caffey rated it it was amazing
Action packed plot gripped my attention from the first chapter. I found Reinken's style easy to read and was drawn into the story, cheering for Donovan and Alisa right up the end. Can't wait to start my next Reinken read.
Patrick Reinken
Mar 14, 2013 Patrick Reinken rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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Sep 02, 2011 Patrick Reinken rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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“Our lives are businesses that are sometimes run by idiots.” 19 likes
“My father was a Catholic, a coal miner in the Big Pit. My mother a Jew. A charwoman, when she could find the work. They didn’t fit in Wales. Nor in the U.K., either. They didn’t fit with each other all that well, for that matter. They fought every day for as long as I can remember and loved each other more than anyone I’ve ever known. At least they did right up till a night when he looked right and not left at a train crossing in Chepstow and ended up half a mile from where he’d started, dead as the Ghost. Looking for a job, he was. Turned out he didn’t need one.” 1 likes
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