Book Review: Made in Bionia

MADE IN BIONIA BOOK COVER MOCK UP web 2Title: Made in Bionia

Author: Grigory Ryzhakov

Genre: Science Fiction, Satirical Techno-Thriller

Official release date: 14.04.2014

Length in print: 252 pages

Published by Flower Book

Kindle regular price : $3.99; Paperback – $11.99

Why does Rasa A, the world’s most secret society, want William Carrot dead? And who is William Carrot? He has to figure this out before it’s too late.
In a world very much like ours, the Third Great War is over and the ocean is dying. Scientists in the country of Bionia invent a new technology to stop an ecological catastrophe. Can William get it before it is seized and destroyed by terrorists? With love, betrayal and marine virology standing in his way, it will be hard to call, especially when his own life is at stake.
A novel in the best traditions of science fiction, Made In Bionia has it all: love, mystery, cutting edge science and alternate history.
Your journey begins in Bionia.

Made in Biona is an interesting scifi-thriller focusing on William Carrot, a potentially dangerous, and very resourceful man who might just be clever enough to outrun the organisation targeting him – Rasa A. The world of William Carrot, the population is just recovering from the Third Great War only to find out now that the oceans, and live within the oceans, are dying.

With an ecological catastrophe on the horizin, scienstists discover a cure – but it’s up to William to get the curse before terorrists destroy it.

This is a fast-paced thriller that kept me on the edge of my seat. The setting is definitely unique, and the threat of the ecological disaster feels very real.

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