In this dark novel, a drug trial for fear response seemed to have failed ten years ago.
Even though the participants of the trial have had their lives ruined, a pharmaceutical company and a U.S. senator have become interested.
The story is complicated and packed with characters who make an appearance with no explanation of who they are.
Since paranoia and fear are at the base of Dr. Sebastian Biggs's experiment, it is little wonder that a number of characters use aliases which add to the story's complexity.
As a whole, the characters were unlikable and their motivations not sufficiently justified. It was as if reading a novel where most of the characters are insane.
Certainly a unique story and it did pick up midway through the book but not sufficiently to justify the jumble of the first half of the book.
Posted By mike draper to http://mikedraperinguilford.blogspot.com
at 4/18/2012 06:57:00 AM