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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
The Arbonox Syndrome by Michael Spitzkoff centers on the SIMS pandemic that is killing millions of people with no end in sight. Lain is an investigative journalist who is trying to discover the cause of this new pandemic spreading throughout the world. Detectives Roland and Jake, along with Dr. Albertson, Dr. Martin, and others join Lain’s quest to find the truth, even if it puts them each in grave danger. The HUM facility is one they hope will give them some answers. Arbonox is an organization run by the bad guys. Lain refuses to stop until he finds the answers, going wherever necessary and meeting with both the good and bad guys. He believes that finding the truth and doing whatever it takes will reveal the answers and end this pandemic once and for all. This book has so much happening that you must read it for yourself because I do not want to ruin the suspense.
All that I can say about The Arbonox Syndrome is WOW. This book has everything - conspiracy, mystery, drama, action, and edge of your seat excitement. As I read The Arbonox Syndrome, I couldn’t help but see the reality of it in our world today. Michael Spitzkoff did an excellent job of bringing the story off the pages, creating characters that were real, likable, and amazing. The Arbonox Syndrome is both a great thriller and a mind-boggling story. I would love for this to become a made-for-TV movie and can picture who I want to star in it. The Arbonox Syndrome is a must-read, no matter what type of genre you like and usually read. This book has it all.