Lethal Circuit (Michael Chase #1)
Lars Guignard

A Chinese satellite is on crash course with Earth.
It contains enough plutonium to irradiate a large city.
And that’s the good news…

In the tradition of Tom Clancy, Michael Crichton, and Robert Ludlum, comes a new hero.

Michael Chase is a twenty-six year old backpacker, a recent college grad, an amateur. He flew to Hong Kong to find his missing father. Four hours later, he’s running for his life. The Chinese Secret Police want him dead. The Conspiracy wants him dead. And the one person who he thinks is on his side, may want him dead too. If Michael is going to live, he’ll need to find a hidden piece of Nazi technology lost since World War II. And he’ll have to do it before anyone else. Because if he doesn’t, a little plutonium is going to be the least of his problems.

Lethal Circuit (Michael Chase #1) book cover

Seriously in need of editing – the word through has an R in it and everything was “visceral”, the word far too overused. Still, the story was kinda cool if you like Backpackers and the hacker guy was fun.

The major downside to the story, apart from the editing issues was the utter reliance on voltafaccia. You sort of got to expect it and so it wasn’t a surprise, which is generally the idea in this kind of book.

Published by Sean Randall

I am an avid reader, technologist and disability advocate living in the middle of England with my wife, daughter and pets.

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