The Genesis Flaw

The Genesis Flaw A savvy entertaining thriller The Age Exciting compulsive reading Books PublishingHuman experiments in Zimbabwe An Australian farmer s death A Sydney CEO s suicide These events are linked in the mind

  • Title: The Genesis Flaw
  • Author: L.A. Larkin
  • ISBN: 9781472125903
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
  • A savvy entertaining thriller The Age Exciting, compulsive reading Books PublishingHuman experiments in Zimbabwe An Australian farmer s death A Sydney CEO s suicide These events are linked in the mind of one woman, Serena Swift, a ballsy advertising director with a guilty conscience, when she decides to take on one of the world s most powerful producers of genetica A savvy entertaining thriller The Age Exciting, compulsive reading Books PublishingHuman experiments in Zimbabwe An Australian farmer s death A Sydney CEO s suicide These events are linked in the mind of one woman, Serena Swift, a ballsy advertising director with a guilty conscience, when she decides to take on one of the world s most powerful producers of genetically modified food, Gene Asis Serena disguises herself to infiltrate Gene Asis in an attempt to expose the company s horrific genetic experiments But suddenly Swift s informants disappear, she is hunted by a hired killer, and framed for murder Chased from Sydney to New York, she must face the man she fears most, on his own turf If she fails, nothing can stop a global catastrophe And nobody can help her except a dead man.

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    1. I got a lot of mileage out of the Sydney Writers' Festival this year. Saw a lot of great authors and presentations, picked up some fantastic books and had a good time. I'd like to see my local Perth Writers' Festival get the same sponsorship so they could put on a big event too. I'm looking at you Dymocks!Anyway, I saw LA Larkin talk about her writing and the book The Genesis Flaw and managed to miss out on picking up a copy. I blame the scheduling and Sydney baristas for not knowing how to make [...]


    2. This novel was a different vibe to what I normally read as it is set in the not too distant future where majority of the world are growing and eating GM food.Without giving too much away I found this novel to be very well though out and researched, this book made me think during and even after I've finished to the point I actually had a discussion with a friend about the storyline and the actually possibilities.I really enjoyed this novel, one to read if you want a good thriller on a slightly di [...]


    3. An engaging, scarily close to reality 'thriller' about GM foods. It's fast paced and engaging throughout with some interesting characters. I found myself fully engaged in Serena's story and read the whole thing very quickly. It's an easy enjoyable read.


    4. Big conspiracies, cyber-threats and nefarious company goings on aren't my favourite thriller material, so I was more than a little worried about my reactions to THE GENESIS FLAW. This is a first book from Australian author L.A. Larkin (who, from her blurb, works for one of Australia's leading climate change consultancies). The author's background, and the sorts of research listed that went into the book did make it something I thought might be worth having a look at despite my personal preferenc [...]


    5. Just imagine what could happen if we continue to allow the huge bio tech corporations free rein to sell their wares and genetically modified organisms contaminate our food supply. One day it may become difficult to find food that does not contain a genetic modification. One day we may find that it is too late, that there is no way back to truly natural food and that GMOs have fatal side effects on the human body and the DNA we pass to our children. With apparently 70% of processed food in the US [...]


    6. I need to disclose that I'm not a huge fan of the thriller genre. But I was at the Sydney Writers Festival and I heard Ms Larkin speaking and the storyline interested me: genetically modified foods going scarily wrong. Well this book does deliver that. A huge multinational with tentacles in every government and media outlet develops a strain of genetically modified foods that have truly unhealthy side effects. The hero of the tale, Serena Swift stumbles over some unpleasant truths and suspicions [...]


    7. Ad Exec Serena Swift develops some real fears regarding the activities of global bio-tech company Gene-Asis after the death of her father from a mysterious illness. After deciding that the company's secrets must be exposed, she discovers just what lengths CEO Al Bukowski will go to in order to protect them, and a very dangerous cat and mouse game ensues. The Genesis Flaw is thoroughly plotted and written with a solid feel for pace and tension. The action keeps coming: car chases, botched executi [...]


    8. As I understand it, this is the debut offering from L.A. Larkin, and in all respects this is a worthy read. The characters and plot all impressed as believable and the story flowed quite well. I was 4 stars all the way through this however the conclusion wasn't what I was hoping for. Something a little more conclusive would've of held the 4 stars but nonetheless I was glad that I read it.My partner has read 'Thirst' and speaks highly of it, so that it was definitely on my 'to read' list. I also [...]


    9. An interesting read but not entirely engrossing. Main thing that kept me on to the end was the subject matter.It's sad to think that from the research for the story, far too much of it on that side is much closer to the truth than we should be comfortable with.



    10. Gripping, fast-paced and genius book. Couldn't put it down, the perfect mix of thriller and self-reflection on the state of the world and morality of the people who live in it.


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