An airplane lands at a desolate airport in a remote Colorado ski town. Onboard, Dr. Lyle Martin, a world-class infectious disease specialist, is brusquely awakened to shocking news: Everyone not on the plane appears to be dead. A lethal new kind of virus may have surfaced, threatening our survival, and now Martin - one of the most sought after virologists on the planet until his career took a precipitous slide - is at the center of the investigation.
The symptoms are the most confounding the experienced doctor has ever seen. Is it the work of terrorists? A biological attack? A natural occurrence? As word of the deadly sickness spreads, panic leads to violence and chaos. Armed and terrified partisans and patriots, stoked by technology and social media, have dug in, unknowingly creating fertile ground for the deadly syndrome Dr. Martin has begun to identify.
As the globe begins to unravel and paranoia and hatred take hold, Martin is forced to face a question as terrifying as this syndrome itself: Is the world better left unsaved?
Moving at a breakneck pace from the labs of the Centers for Disease Control to the secret campus of Google X to the marble halls of the Capitol, Dead on Arrival is a brilliantly imaginative high-concept thriller that draws on Matt Richtel's years of science and technology reporting for the New York Times and establishes him as one of the premier technological thriller writers working today.
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By richard on 05-04-18
i suppose it's okay...
yeah... it's okay... I was just expecting... more, I guess. of course, i realize that it MAY just be me, and NOT the book
this sobriety-thing is just awful, and I don't recommend it... for anyone... well, except for brain surgeons... Air Traffic Controllers... oh... and Proctologists.
Throughout the book... I kept feeling this crescendo building, and building, and building... but for me, there was just no pay-off for the time invested. But... like I said... I was fairly sober, too.
Anyway- if I had it to do over... I wouldn't.
By Don Fernandez on 22-08-17
The basic premise of this novel is absurd!
The basic premise of this book is absurd and it goes on way too long. Dragging and dragging the story out for no apparent reason. Characters not very engaging or authentic. Hence, I do not recommend it. I read Matt Richtel’s book A Deadly Wandering and thought it excellent. So this was very disappointing.
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