Germ: If You Breathe, It Will Find You [Robert Liparulo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. If you breathe It will find you. The list of 10, Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. In this doorstopper of a sophomore suspense Germ – Kindle edition by Robert Liparulo. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking. Germ [Robert Liparulo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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This is the best book ever written. Just a predictable and way too sporadically plotted mess. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Kept me reading well into the term.

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I had a few quibbles with the last climatic scene but they are minor and I won’t reveal them here. Pray the assassins get you first. This is not a novel for the weak at heart. I’m so glad I picked up this book because it was the type of read I needed at the moment. Robert lives in Colorado with his family.

The germ–an advanced form of the Ebola virus–has been genetically engineered to infect only those people whose DNA matches the codes embedded within it. Email to friends Share on Facebook – opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter – opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest – opens in a new window or tab Add to watch list. I also didn’t find any of the characters really likable. The story was wrapped up well and though I thought the ending would be rushed it wasn’t, Robert found a way of fitting everything in those few pages.


Like I said I love action books but I wanted to read this book for the disease because I thought it was so interesting. I greatly admired the author’s lack of hesitation in killing off characters something that I find irritatedly lacking in the style of most thriller writerssnappy well written dialogue this novel is outstanding in the thriller genre because of thatcharacters that are horribly flawed by also admirable the character development is refreshing in this respect, the author tried to create complicated charactersinteresting settings nicely varied and never boringand the plot was purely breath taking truly brilliant.

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Refresh and try again. Instead, I stumbled upon a book it was a Christmas present that was one the best thrillers I have ever read. January 21, Imprint: Where a single person—or millions—could be killed with perfect accuracy and zero collateral damage.

The prologue of the book was probably my favorite chapter, it was gory and pulled me in.

Germ is a Christian Fiction novel. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. May 17, Lawrence rated it really liked it.

Oct 15, Larry rated it it was amazing. I liked this book. I usually prefer listening to unabridged versions, but this one was only released in the abridged version. Aug 02, Cathy rated it really liked it Shelves: A scientific genius was able to mutate even the simplest common cold virus to be a killer if it could match to your DNA.


Although there seems little continuity and some parts are so unrealistic that I wanted to put Germ down, I still gy Luparilo for another great attempt in the thriller genre.

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Within days, their organs liquify. In the meantime, have fun! Where your own DNA works against you. The item you’ve selected was not added to your cart. Other offers may also be available. It takes much more creativity to produce a work that captures the reader with the plot, the characters, and interaction alone. Where your own DNA works against you. I was expecting a decent read with less-then-adequate dialogue, stereotypical characters, and the like.

Yeah that might sound good, but it just didn’t work for me. Watch list is full.