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Review: The Cobra Event

The Cobra Event
The Cobra Event by Richard Preston
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is an eye opening look into the genetic engineering of a virus. Interesting science. Thought it was a well told story. Some very graphic _____ scenes. Can see why authorities were concerned and continue to be concerned. There are many ways terrorists can harm a country and I am surprised the obvious methods have not been tried. Perhaps they have, have been stopped and governments have not released news stories that could cause great discomfort among their citizens.

The author’s “The Hot Zone” is the only book that ever frightened me. A must read.

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