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KILLER T is a synthetic virus with a 90 percent mortality rate, and the terrorists who created it want a billion dollars before they'll release a vaccine.

Terrifying. Romantic. Huge in scope. KILLER T is a story for our times.

Harry and Charlie are teenagers whose lives are shaped by a society that's shifting around them. He is a lonely Brit in his first term at a Las Vegas high school. She is an unlikely friend who gets accused of mixing a batch of explosives that blew up a football player.

The two of them are drawn together at a time when gene editing technology is starting to explode. With a lab in the garage anyone can beat cancer, enhance their brain to pass exams or tweak a few genes for that year-round tan and perfect beach body. But in the wrong hands, cheap gene editing is the most deadly weapon in history.

©2018 Robert Muchamore (P)2018 Bonnier

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  • Jay
  • 26-09-20

I give an average of five stars per forty books

And somehow Robert Muchamore’s books always break that pattern...

Now in the time of COVID-19, I’ve enjoyed this book especially.

I love how the book didn’t have a kiss ass cheesy ending. It’s quite encouraging for quarantine.