❴Reading❵ ➷ Cold Storage Author David Koepp – Peakpopa.info

Cold Storage For Readers Of Andy Weir And Noah Hawley Comes An Astonishing Debut By The Screenwriter Of Jurassic Park A Wild And Terrifying Adventure About Three Strangers Who Must Work Together To Contain A Highly Contagious, Deadly OrganismWhen Pentagon Bioterror Operative Roberto Diaz Was Sent To Investigate A Suspected Biochemical Attack, He Found Something Far Worse A Highly Mutative Organism Capable Of Extinction Level Destruction He Contained It And Buried It In Cold Storage Deep Beneath A Little Used Military RepositoryNow, After Decades Of Festering In A Forgotten Sub Basement, The Specimen Has Found Its Way Out And Is On A Lethal Feeding Frenzy Only Diaz Knows How To Stop ItHe Races Across The Country To Help Two Unwitting Security Guards One An Ex Con, The Other A Single Mother Over One Harrowing Night, The Unlikely Trio Must Figure Out How To Quarantine This Horror Again All They Have Is Luck, Fearlessness, And A Mordant Sense Of Humor Will That Be Enough To Save All Of Humanity


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10 thoughts on “Cold Storage

  1. says:

    I m terrified and horrified and that is exactly how I want to feel after reading a science fiction book Deep in the Australian outback festered a fungi that thrived on the atmosphere around it The highly mutative mucus infected the small and isolated settlement of people who resided there, incubating and expanding inside their bodies and taking over the neural pathways to ensure t


  2. says:

    oh my god i am going to be run ragged at BEA this year, apparently WATCH OUT FOR MY GRABBY HANDS, BOOTH TENDERS


  3. says:

    Brief review This was okay, but a few days past reading it and the only thing I could remember is that the Hazmat suit and gunshot thing really irritated me, the line about the deer taking the elevator was funny, and I was generally confused on if this was supposed to be a serious biomedical thriller or sort of a horror comedy.Full review to come after it s posted to Sci Fi Scary.Disclaimer I rec


  4. says:

    This is one riotous read that made me laugh with did that just happen moments and kept me entertained from start to finish.Set in a small town in Australia, a local man has made a little extra cash over the years by displaying bits of wreckage from spaceships that have broken upon returning to Earth from missions in space Well, one too many rub ups to make a bit gleam a little just sets off a reaction wi


  5. says:

    If this book doesn t have you paranoid anytime someone so much as coughs near you, you re a stronger person than I.


  6. says:

    Absolutely fabulous stuff Koepp has single handedly resurrected one of my all time favorite authors Michael Crichton , injecting a strong sense of humor into a terrifying story I ll read this again And again It s that good.


  7. says:

    Thank you to NetGalley, Ecco, and David Koepp for the advance reader copy of Cold Storage Cold Storage is a techno thriller in the mode of Michael Crichton, which makes total sense because Koepp wrote the screenplay for Jurassic Park Along with Jurassic Park, Koepp has been a part of several epic screenplays, often working with the big dog Mr Spielberg himself, along with the first Mission Impossible, and Spiderman 2 A Plus ped


  8. says:

    Review from a very early advance copy This book had me at David Koepp, screenwriter of Spider Man and Jurassic Park He has written of my favorite movies in addition to those Now he s venturing into the non film area where movie ideas come from, and he s really good at that, too This one is about a bioweapon that, of course, gets loose and hijinks ensue It reads like it s a movie, and I mean that as a compliment It probably will be a m


  9. says:

    I want to thinka while before I review this But I loved it.


  10. says:

    Thanks to HarperCollins for the ARC at BEA 2019 This was an interesting sci fi pandemic story about a fungus based pandemic in the U.S and the federal agents trying to stop it While I thought the scenes involving the fungus were well researched and well done Koepp definitely did his homework and it shows , I found the main characters to just be ehh and not that relatable I mean, if you ve almost got me rooting for the pandemic, I don t think that s a


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