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When Tom Faraday joined internationally renowned CERUS Biotech he thought he’d landed his dream job A chance to work with their famous CEO William Bern perhaps to change the world But Tom has found himself in an organisation i. I received this as a Goodreads giveaway Excellent thriller that has a slow start

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Own without a fight He’s turned things around before and he has a plan to do it again The problem is twenty five years ago CERUS made a similar mistake And if history is repeating itself Tom might be the only one who can stop. The story and subject were interesting and entertaining the writing seemed not as well done as experienced authors

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N crisis The company bet the house on a radical neural interface project only to be blocked by a government with reasons of its own Now CERUS is running on vapour and the corporate vultures are gathering Bern isn’t one to go d. This debut release from Tony Batton is an exciting well written page turner of a techno thriller The way the different threads kept twisting meant that I read it in a single session The technology is plausible and consistent with today s headlines I m already looking forward to a seuel and a movie or maybe even a Person of Interest type tv series


10 thoughts on “Interface

  1. says:

    I received this as a Goodreads giveaway Excellent thriller that has a slow start

  2. says:

    When choosing an evil antagonist thriller writers can select from a vast array of institutions that have the ability to create cataclysmic mind shattering and horrific events on a global scale A list of establishments that have great potential for being a host to Satan include government entities such as the British MI5 the FBI the CIA or my personal favorite the ever present NSA But one institution that stands

  3. says:

    I write novels in the technothriller space I’m not sure whether that makes me likely to enjoy or to be critical of fiction written in a similar vein I just thought I’d put that out there before saying that this was a very good example of the genre that kept me engaged and turning pagesThe McGuffin nanotechnology that

  4. says:

    The only time I can remember feeling lucky to be ill Because it allowed me the luxury of being able to read this book in one day in bed It reads like a Person of Interest meets The Matrix and was pretty unputdownable once I'd got going so I'm pleased I didn't have to be doing anything else until I'd finished itReally intelligently written several strands playing out in parallel before weaving together in a pretty unpredictable

  5. says:

    Great book Yes It is a science fiction book but during the time I read it I stumbled upon science article that was about the same phenomena mention in the book You can find lots of similar verticals on the net Here is one example the

  6. says:

    This debut release from Tony Batton is an exciting well written page turner of a techno thriller The way the different threads kept twisting meant that I read it in a single session The technology is plausible and consistent with today's headlines I'm already looking forward to a seuel and a movie or maybe even a Person o

  7. says:

    Brilliant fast paced thriller that will keep you turning the pages until the very end Tony is a great writer and this book has so many plots going through it The characters were all well rounded and there is so much going on The books is easy to read the scene setting is great and the last part of the book is action packed I won't say any

  8. says:

    A good story of a man trying to do what he thinks is right and those trying to stop him I won it in a contest and it was a good read

  9. says:

    The story and subject were interesting and entertaining the writing seemed not as well done as experienced authors

  10. says:

    This was an interesting and entertaining story The techno implications are amazing and scary I like that the characters seemed real not stereotyped The stakes kept growing Lots of twists turns and impossible situations to keep the pages turning It was a bit long and several times the plot seemed to zig zag or take a convenient side step The

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