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Magic Bullets

 

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Rev. Stephen R. Wilson

 

ďMagic BulletsĒ by Keith Jahans is a very enjoyable, fast read. Itís like a piece of pulp fiction meets a romance. It starts out with an action sequence, and then flashes back to give you the back story of a growing love relationship. I found it delightful for the realism of the characters and the well-written conversations.

     The authorís font choice adds to the uniqueness of the book. Itís easy to read, but different enough that it gives the book a distinctive feeling, as if youíre reading a manuscript. Again, the idea of pulp fiction comes to mind.

     Overall, itís an incredibly interesting read. I almost read the entire novel in one sitting. I was never sure where it was going. Itís a great choice for anyone whoís into mysteries. I wonít give too much away, but the book does keep you on edge waiting to hear more about whatís really happening.

 

 

Nicki

 

Magic Bullets is a fascinating read about crime thriller specifically in the medical department. The story shows that a researcher's life could be a difficult one with little pay, threat of stealing of work, and also conspiracy in the personal life. It makes life dangerous and untrustworthy. Adam the protagonist had lived a difficult life as a growing up person. He was an orphan who spent much of his time in foster homes and orphanages, yet, his brilliant academic skills sees him working as a researcher and getting the most beautiful girl on the campus as his girlfriend. He is working on something big and his girlfriend is assisting him in the research, but, unfortunately she falls for another guy and takes away the formula with her- making this new guy rich and successful. Adam, although embittered continues with life, only to be thrust into another relationship, job, scope of big money and unfathomable dangers which could destroy him as a person.

     I found the story fascinating from the start, although not from the first scene. The tale develops like a love story when Adam finds a beautiful girl knocking at his door seeking help. Sandy was my favorite character. She was beautiful, rebellious, bold, and possessed a strong and musical voice. The flow of the story is natural and filled with lengthy dialogues. I liked the author's subtle messages in humanity which are placed throughout the book. The author endorses non-violence, is in favor of showing his protest in numbers, displays restrains through his protagonists and also discusses the government's policies on arms and weapons. On the whole loved the book- even the darker parts.

 

 

Jimmy ray

 

Magic Bullets is a fast paced thriller stacked with mystery and intense intrigue. Our main charachter Adam knight is a microbiologist who discovers that a new antibiotic he developed causing cancer in the people taking it. At the same time, he falls for a beautiful lady who happens to be the daughter of a pharmaceutical giant who wants the rights to the deadly antibiotic. Hunter by killers and on the move, will Adam es cape death and find love or be destined to death or worse. Great characters and scene description. A definite read for anyone who likes action and mystery.

 

 

Rebecca A

 

First things first: the story between Adam and Sandy was amazing. The author does an amazing job of developing the characters to the point where you become emotionally attached to each of them and their relationship together. It seemed as though I never wanted any harm to come to them at any point. The idea of there being a medicinal cure that we do not have in real life is always very interesting to me. I like to see how the world plays out and what type of decisions people think humanity will make. I will have to admit this story made me very emotional toward the end. This book was good and left me thinking far after I was done with it. A recommendable book.

 

 

Amazon Customer

 

Finished the story the plot had sufficient twists and turns to keep me interested It was realistic and fun to read

 

 

 


         Latest revision 20 April 2019

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