Monday, November 14, 2016

Book Review: Seed of Control by Lawrence Verigin

Seed of Control
By Lawrence Verigin
Genre: Thriller

Nick Barnes is back, setting off a chain of events that uncovers a conspiracy beyond moral comprehension against Earth’s entire population; save a chosen few. The scheme has taken generations to develop and it’s on the cusp of being fully implemented.

Agrochemical and pharmaceutical industrialist Dr. Hendrick Schmidt and media baron Davis Lovemark lead the scheme with the unerring belief that they are the stewards of humanity and that they alone have the right to decide the fate of the masses.

Nick’s chase spans continents as he works desperately to foil Schmidt and Lovemark. But he quickly discovers that it might already be too late.

Immerse yourself in the action and intrigue of this high concept thriller that may not be as far from reality as you might think.

My Review

Lawrence Verigin has done it again! He has written another ecothriller that is full of brilliance and suspense. Seed of Control is the follow-up book to Verigin's last release, Dark Seed. I am confident it can be read as a stand-alone novel, but if you can, take the time to read Dark Seed as well because it's great. 

Protagonist Nick Barnes is an ex-journalist who is attempting to rebuild his life after a nightmare situation involving a greedy corporation who would be pleased to see him six feet under. He seems to be getting back on his feet and working on his novel, but the past comes knocking on his door. Well, not knocking, more like lock-picking and shooting.

Seed of Control is a fast-paced thriller about something affecting our world today: GMOs and the rich covering up their deadly plans to rule the world. It's emotional, exciting, and the ending has you slamming your fist down on the table because you don't want to wait for book three. But, you will. 

About the Author 

Lawrence Verigin is the author of the award winning novel DARK SEED and the just released sequel, SEED of CONTROL. He is currently writing the third book in the “SEED” series.
His goal is to entertain readers while delving into socially relevant subjects. Lawrence and his wife, Diana, live in Vancouver, Canada.

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1 comment:

Lawrence Verigin said...

Thank you for the great review, Sage. Glad you enjoyed the book.