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State of Fear
State of Fear
by Michael Crichton
Edition: Paperback
Price: £12.99

5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Novel about political-social game on global warming.., 13 Sept. 2005
This review is from: State of Fear (Paperback)
Unlike Crichton's usual deliveries, this story line was not overly impressive. However, his writing focused on the creation of political, social and media derived myths, such as global warming, for which, he made a case by comparing to the Eugenics and other evils of society which were inspired by man to capture weaker man.

The arguments presented to convince the reader of the social forces which aim to cultivate the image of global warming as a daemon confronting the universe, failed to entirely convince me.

One however needs to bestow the author of some valid arguments. For example, concluding that scientific research, as performed by aspiring and self-motivated scientists funded by global organisations in need of particular scientific opinion, is likely to be biased and bounded by interests.

Such conclusions however, are not new to literature. Alex Carey once said that the twentieth century has seen three major developments - the growth of democracy, the growth of corporate power and the growth of corporate propaganda as a means of protecting corporate power against democracy.

In this novel, Crichton has only managed to expose the influence of the aforementioned corporate power on our society.

Inherent to the theory presented, is the fact that we all lead our lives and evolve within this political and media 'brainwash' process. A fact which probably implies that not many readers will be willing to accept and agree with the 'conspiracy theory' the author aims to expose.

I would suggest to read this book if you are interested in the game of global warming.

(Thanks to Herodotos Koukkides)


Deception Point
Deception Point
by Dan Brown
Edition: Paperback

3 of 11 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Hopeless - blunder to read this pathetic book, 25 Aug. 2005
This review is from: Deception Point (Paperback)
I have wasted my precious time reading this gibberish. He tried to create a suspense thriller surrounding NASA's failures and american politics. As always, the lead character (Rachael) is the hero(in) of the novel who tried to solve all mistories on her own(!!).
Please don't buy..Rubbish..rubbish..rubbish..


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