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2.25  ·  Rating Details  ·  4 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
When the unorthodox, free-thinking, Cornell University scientist, Alex Stein comes across a life altering finding in Africa, a series of action-packed adventures crossing continental divides are set into motion. As the very essence of life's mysteries become unraveled, the CIA, the Russian mafia, and Stein himself fight to retain control. The reader will not only comprehen ...more
Paperback, 202 pages
Published December 10th 2011 by CreateSpace
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Allizabeth Collins
Jul 29, 2012 Allizabeth Collins rated it it was ok

As of late, I have become a huge fan of medical-based fiction, particularly thrillers - think Robin Cook, Kathy Reichs and Tess Gerritson, so when I read the blurb for RUST, I knew it was the book for me! Unfortunately, after 132 pages, I still could not attest to the cover's promise of, "tantalizing, scientifically-based action". There was more than enough scientific and medical jargon, (almost to the point of extreme), but if there was action, I really did not witness it. There are a c
Sandra Stiles
Jul 28, 2012 Sandra Stiles rated it liked it
Shelves: adult, adventure
I'm not really sure how to describe this book. There was so much medical jargon and description that someone not familiar with it would probably be turned off. At times I felt as if I was reading a medical book. Fortunately when my sister was going through nursing school my favorite summer past time was reading her nursing books for fun. Yes I know that sounds strange, but if it had words I read it.

Alex Stein is a Cornell University scientist who has discovered how to prolong life. This is disc
Jill Elizabeth
Mar 27, 2012 Jill Elizabeth rated it it was ok
My review copy of Rust was provided by the author, Dr. Glen Joshpe.

“A tantalizing, scientifically based action novel.” That’s how the book is self-described. My interest was immediately peaked, especially when I saw that it was written by a gerontologist. Imagine, a book about aging written by a doctor focused on aging. Novel concept that, eh? I have a background in health care (for those who care, check out my bio – for the rest of you, in a nutshell I have worked with/for/on behalf of health i
Donald Armfield
"A Tantalizing Action novel" the front jacket says.
Exactly teasing me telling me somewhere in this book there is some action. Got to page 100 and no action. Just a bunch of meetings all about blah blah. First all thumbs down review I gave. Sorry Joe just a tough cookie for me to chew.
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