Saturday, July 12, 2008
Midwest Book Review: Unholy Domain "is a gripping thriller all the way through."
Technology has been both the savior and destroyer of millions of lives. "Unholy Domain" is the tale of a computer virus that was the destroyer, and its aftermath. David Brown is the son of the virus' supposed creator; as the world begins to fall apart, he tries to clear his father's name, thinking that the virus was not as responsible as it was pointed out. Faced with threats from religious fanatics as well as those trying to restore the world to its technological state, "Unholy Domain" is a gripping thriller all the way through. Highly recommended for community library thriller collections.
Note from DR: This is the second reviewer from Midwest Book Review to write about Unholy Domain.