• Title: Caliban
  • Author: Miranda Nading
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Caliban Librarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition ASIN B OGW YAICaliban is a word suspense thriller novel After the death of his wife Dr Bobby Reed gave up his life as a geneticist and set
    Librarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition ASIN B00OGW1YAICaliban is a 102,000 word suspense thriller novel After the death of his wife, Dr Bobby Reed gave up his life as a geneticist and settled down to raise his kids He thought he had destroyed everything related to Caliban until an old rival calls for help He races against the clock as both Caliban andLibrarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition ASIN B00OGW1YAICaliban is a 102,000 word suspense thriller novel After the death of his wife, Dr Bobby Reed gave up his life as a geneticist and settled down to raise his kids He thought he had destroyed everything related to Caliban until an old rival calls for help He races against the clock as both Caliban and Alpha Corp bear down on Walker s Pass and his children Held prisoner by Alpha Corp until he can figure out what went wrong, Bobby knows they will kill him as soon as he s outlived his usefulness In all of his years as Sheriff, Mark BaldEagle has never seen a flu like this one Something is happening to the citizens of Walker s Pass As he begins to put the pieces together, he finds his town under an illegal quarantine, anyone who tries to leave is killed Under the cover of a severe winter storm, Mark plans to protect his town, or die trying.

    One Reply to “Caliban”

    1. Have you read Andromeda Strain? Caliban is MUCH better! Nading's writing is excellent and her characters are well-developed, leaving me loving the good guys and hating the bad guys. Caliban is a well-plotted thriller about a genetics lab gone wrong that threatens the existence of a small town. A little bit of romance and plenty of tension kept me turning the pages. The ending was left open for a sequel and I hope it comes soon! . with the movie!

    2. A great thriller. Miranda Nading did a masterful job of crafting the plot of "Caliban" in such a way as to reveal bits and pieces of the past and what was happening and, in my opinion, make the entire story more suspenseful. The main characters are well-developed and realistic.

    3. Bad men plus science equals monsters!I don't begin to say I understand anything about gene exploration. But, I do understand that there are a lot of evil men in this world who think they know everything and are willing to try anything for power and money. This book describes that quite well. I was drawn into the storyline quickly and loved the characters. Imagine your grandma turning into a monster who wants to kill you and everyone else! That is only the beginning. What happens in this small to [...]

    4. I kept putting off getting this book, and I finallydecided to get it. Glad I did. It was a good book.

    5. The setting is in the Windriver mountains of Wyoming in a small town where Dr. Reed and his son and daughter live. When Dr. Reed (Bobby) gets a call in the early morning from an old acquaintance with whom he has an unpleasant relationship, but works for the same company as Bobby. He is "requested" to report to an exclusive cancer research and nursing facility up in the mountains. Reluctantly Bobby agrees to go and trusting his kids to their favorite grandma he heads out into the teeth of a pendi [...]

    6. Genetic Engineering Gone Wild!, February 24, 2015By Bryce Warren "Writer" (Cincinnati, USA) Caliban is Miranda Nading's tour de force! It's part Robin Cook and part Michael Crichton. Genetic engineering meant to cure cancer goes horribly wrong. Thoroughly well-developed characters and great descriptive writing. I found myself drawn especially to the teenage characters. Can't wait to read more by this marvelous writer!

    7. Fast pacedExciting book, but does make you think. Characters are excellent. It is so strange how you can not like one of the characters just from, reading the book.

    8. What a great story! Caliban is a story of deception and murder on a colossal scale. Secrets unfold with each page and you are drawn in to an improbable family affair of sorts. The author writes with authority and either knows the technical aspects of the genetic story or has done some good research. The characters are developed in an engaging way although a little too black and white much of the time. The only thing that detracted from what became a ripping yarn was the slow start where too much [...]

    9. Very good read. I really liked this fast paced story.The premise is an oldie but goodie: an evil corporation inadvertently spreads a deadly virus to a small town, turning infected people into monsters, then try to sweep their mistake under the rug by killing everyone.We have a great set of characters, and a twist and turn plot that makes you want to keep reading even when you know you should go to bed. This is my type of story, and I will totally read the sequel, if only to know what will happen [...]

    10. This story is not your average story about shifters, or those infected with animal blood. When the Bobby Reed is called to a retirement research center only to find that the experiments the Alpha Corp had been doing were not only dangerous, but were killing the very people they were trying to save from cancer. The dangerous experiments escape only to infect the surrounding town, but they only way to stop the infection is take out the entire town. Bobby is concerned that his children will be in d [...]

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