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The Nano Experiment by [Brawer, Richard]
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Length: 241 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 879 KB
  • Print Length: 241 pages
  • Publisher: Richard Brawer; 2 edition (July 20, 2013)
  • Publication Date: July 20, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E2YXSVI
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #932,162 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Writing a novel successfully from varying points of view is difficult enough (especially when the central character is not only that of a person of a different ethnicity but also one's opposing gender), yet that is exactly what author Richard Brawer has so successfully done in the Nano Experiment.
This fast-paced thriller tackles both the world of high-powered drug companies and the politically-charged issue of the death penalty with equal panache, combining the two into a riveting story.
Without giving too much away, suffice it to say that
Eileen Robinson, a middle-class African-American woman sentenced to be executed and Mark Chetney, a convicted serial killer, similarly destined, have more in common than one might imagine. To learn more, however, you'll just have to read the book, but I assure you that you won't be disappointed. I look forward to reading more from this author. Excellent job, Mr. Brawer.
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With a title like "The Nano Experiment", I expected much more of a science fiction flare. Instead, I got a compelling drama about injustice, right, wrong, the importance of family, and the dangers of too much power. Had I been expecting that story, this would have been immensely satisfying. Unfortunately for me, I was looking for a fast-paced and fun sci-fi actioner. It's all about anticipation. Even so, honesty compells me to give it 4 stars. It might not be what I wanted... but it was still a good story with an excellent main character.
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Right from the first page you'll be pulled into the story. And as you are, you will be turning each page happily wondering where you're headed and what is going to happen and how the heck are you... oops! I mean "they" are gonna get out of this one and that, as each twist and turn heightens in anticipated action and excitement to the very end. The unique storyline as it flows, makes it that much more enjoyable. The author is extremely skilled in giving you a clear picture and understanding of all character's makeup in short order, through their actions and quip dialog. Recommend you ignore any and all low rating posts produced by pompous pontificators, who find it their pitiful duty to vilify authors who have imaginative talent and ability to be good storytellers. Oh well... (yawn). So what's it come down to? I love a good story! Especially one produced by an author who has the ability to pull you into its weave. I do hope I haven't overstated it... Man! How I love a good storyteller!
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The dead are not dead, corporate greed turns to pure evil, a noble experiment goes morally off course, schizophrenic personality goes undetected, the FBI gets it right. To say more would spoil all the surprises Well written.
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This story was by far the most disturbing story about criminal justice I have ever read. Although the storyline is not actually about the criminal justice system, it describes it in scary and disturbing ways. I loved the idea behind the book and was engaged all the way to the end.
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I actually downloaded this book by accident, but I was glad I did. The characters are well developed and believable, the story line interesting, and the pace of the book is very comfortable. There are a few liberties taken, and in places there is a lack of detail, but not in a way that affects the reading, and in a way it helps keep the story moving along.

The only down side is the ending, it feels like the author was on a deadline and had to "wrap it up" in a hurry, it felt out of pace with the rest of the book, and was slightly disappointing.

Having said that I will be looking into other books by this author.
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This book was fairly well written, and the characters were strong. However, it seemed disjointed in places. It took me a long time to read it because much of the time it just didn't compel me. There were some good descriptions, but it sometimes felt rather contrived. It was good enough, however, that I read something else by this author.
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Well what to say about this book. It took me by surprise. I basically read it in one day, as the story line pulled me along. Not a big fan of hard core swearing in books, even if it fits context. Thankfully there wasn't too much. This book is not a light read. It is challenging and at times dark. Just the right length...
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