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New Science Fiction Novel Paints Terrifying Picture of Dystopian Future: Young Author Receives Glowing Reviews
Date:2/23/2013

the direction in which it is moving. An exploration of the concept of freedom runs beneath the entire novel often reflecting its own strained survival in contemporary society.

"'Bioweapon' is perhaps the most enjoyable and intelligently written novel I’ve read this year. Personally, I cannot recommend it highly enough. Well done, and I eagerly look forward to Part II." - Review by J. P. Bowman of Fantascize.com.

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