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Subatomic

Subatomic What happens when the U S government decides that the greatest threat to society is its own population As the war on terror escalates secret spy agency ATOM finds itself at the forefront of a revolut

  • Title: Subatomic
  • Author: Patrick Neighly Jorge Heufemann
  • ISBN: 9780971799516
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback
  • What happens when the U.S government decides that the greatest threat to society is its own population As the war on terror escalates, secret spy agency ATOM finds itself at the forefront of a revolutionary new trend in espionage But after one of their own unexpectedly resigns, ATOM becomes trapped at the center of a generational crisis that threatens to undo everythingWhat happens when the U.S government decides that the greatest threat to society is its own population As the war on terror escalates, secret spy agency ATOM finds itself at the forefront of a revolutionary new trend in espionage But after one of their own unexpectedly resigns, ATOM becomes trapped at the center of a generational crisis that threatens to undo everything America s spy agencies have fought to accomplish The new paradigm starts here additional text What happens when the US government decides that the greatest threat to society is its own population As the war on terror escalates, secret spy agency ATOM finds itself at the forefront of a revolutionary new trend in espionage But when young agent Mark runs off in an effort to live a normal life, ATOM is thrown into a generational crisis that threatens to undo everything America s spy agencies have fought to accomplish Subatomic is a riveting political thriller that best selling author Douglas Rushkoff said left me hoping for a sequel.

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      Published :2019-02-06T05:00:37+00:00

    1 thought on “Subatomic

    1. Not bad. Engaging, and fairly well-paced. The art didn't detract from the story, but it wasn't doing it too many favors, either. I'd give the art maybe a B-/C+. Only a realistic sort of a grade. I felt the art wasn't living up to the medium or complementing the mood very well. There was rarely an inherent sense of passion to the art. The story, however, was interesting enough, and that allowed the art to narrate quickly, and effectively. There, that sounds fair to my sense of how much I liked th [...]

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