The Genius Plague
Within the dark rainforest of the Amazon, there are species of animals and plants that have yet to be discovered, some deadly and some that might bring untold benefits to civilization. Paul Johns, a scientific researcher, accidentally stumbles across a new fungus that increases the intelligence of his already brilliant mind. But as Neil, Paul’s younger brother and NSA math genius, discovers, the promising new organism invades its host and causes the carrier to behave in seemingly erratic ways that are counterproductive to human existence. It’s only a matter of time before the spores of the fungus alter human life and contaminate the world.
The Genius Plague blends cyber-terrorism, biological warfare, and psychology into a fast-paced adventure that will leave readers wondering if the world’s destruction is just a disease away. Hard to put down once you start it, David Walton’s exciting new novel will make it impossible to do anything else until you finish it. Great for readers who like James Rollins’s thrillers and the science-fiction mindbenders of Philip K. Dick.
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|Page Count||400 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|