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Cold Storage by David Koepp
About The Book
When Pentagon bioterror operative Roberto Diaz was sent to investigate a suspected biochemical attack, he found something far worse: a highly mutative organism capable of extinction-level destruction.
Now, after decades of festering in a forgotten sub-basement, the specimen has found its way out and is on a lethal feeding frenzy. And only Diaz knows how to stop it.
He races across the country to help two unwitting security guards – one an ex-con, the other a single mother. Over one harrowing night, the unlikely trio must figure out how to quarantine this horror again . . . before it’s too late,
If you are looking for action with some black humour and a dangerous fungus, this is for you! You’ll have the time of your life!
I am not sure how to rate this book, there were a lot of things that I really liked about this book; the black humour, how the fungus is explained like another character, with a really dangerous mind! But I didn’t like much how everything is solved, there’s a lot of action but not a scientific explanation, I really missed it.
But let’s talk about the book, I had so much fun reading all the process about how the dangerous fungus tries to conquer humanity, ready to mutate all the times needed to success, kill the human species is the objective, don’t forget it. Trini and Rodrigo, after their past together with these dangerous species are the only ones aware of the danger the world is in. They are ready to do whatever it takes to success on their mission and kill anyone that tries to stop them. They will have some help and some enemies on their task, but that’s what makes this the most dangerous race you’ll ever read.This is the perfect book which you’d love to watch on a movie although you can miss how the fungus progresses, really for me it was the best part! Maybe some people would say it was too technical but I loved every detail!
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About The Author
David Koepp is a celebrated American screenwriter who’s written more than two dozen feature films. He’s written with success in a wide variety of genres, including the first two “Jurassic Park” films, “Death Becomes Her,” “Carlito’s Way,” “The Paper,” “Mission: Impossible,” “Spider-Man,” “Panic Room,” “War of the Worlds,” “Angels and Demons,” and “Inferno.”
Some of the films he’s both written and directed are “Stir of Echoes,” “Secret Window,” “Ghost Town,” and “Premium Rush.” “Cold Storage” is his first novel.
Koepp grew up in the small town of Pewaukee, Wisconsin. He went to a variety of colleges over a leisurely-paced academic career, and recounts his junior year as being “three of the happiest years of my life.” He cites the University of Wisconsin at Madison and the film school at UCLA as particular highlights.
He credits much of his success as a writer to the Sisters of the Third Order of Saint Francis at Saint Anthony’s Church and School, because they told him early on his handwriting was so awful he’d better learn to type immediately.