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Allah's Revenge by Pete Barber
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Aug 11, 2012

it was amazing
Read from August 11 to 15, 2012

This story by Pete Barber in stunning. It has kept me deeply absorbed on every page. It deals with new nano-robotics technology from which a nanobot is developed which can be used by evil terrorist groups, or for the good to create an alternate fuel source. There are several main characters from different countries. The author has headed each new chapter page with a flag graphic so it is easy to follow each character. It starts in the U.S. with young David Ferran who is a devout Muslim and is instrumental in the development of this nanobot. Another major character, also a muslim, is British journalist, Abdul-Hagg, who has access to middle eastern groups to cover news worthy activity. And the next major character is the brave and determined British Chief Inspector Steven Quinnborne (Quinn) who pursues leads to identify the terrorist group that killed over 200 British citizens on London's rail system. Cause of death? Deadly spray of stolen nanobots that is breathed into one's body and instantly kills. The action in this story is intense and I found it difficult to put down my Kindle. This novel gives the reader a wider view of terrorism and the drive that such groups have, but also the devotion of a few to prevent such terrorist activity. An awesome, intense, and hard-driven novel which is well written and makes one aware of what faces many countries today.
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70.0% "A remarkable book; story about what our world may face."
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