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Reviewed by Lorena Sanqui for Readers' Favorite
When Jude Wagner’s mother died of cancer, he made it his mission to help other sick people find a way to have a better chance at fighting the disease that took his mother. He did this by discovering an algorithm for the Grid which accelerates the medical computer network. This will diagnose diseases based on genomes and make personalized treatments. But not everyone is supportive of his endeavors, especially the pharmaceutical and insurance companies that will be greatly affected if this project becomes successful. It is obvious that others are against his work when the people he works with start turning up dead. Even with the threats, he drives harder to make it work when he learns that his twin sister also has breast cancer. He will do anything to make the Grid successful in Gridlock: A Scientific Thriller by Alvin Ziegler.
Gridlock: A Scientific Thriller is a very stimulating and electrifying novel. This book is a page-turner and the story really picked up from the half way point when there was more action. It has a fascinating and fresh story line and plot. The characters are interesting and I love that I have no idea what the main characters are going to do next; they keep me guessing. I think this book is written particularly well, especially the car chases and the boat scene. I loved how it ended and wouldn't change a thing about it even if I could. Recommended to everyone who wants to read action thrillers and is interested in new breakthroughs in the medical field.