Book Review: To Risk Extinction by Victoria Roberts-Siczak
categories: Book, Suspense, Thriller, Explotation, Character Identification, Mystery
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Victoria Roberts Siczak about this book: A research scientist searching for a cure for AIDS, finds, isolates, and manufactures the AAH (anti androgen hormone) that decreases sexual libido in all living organisms. Although Dr. Donna Taylor, and her young colleagues fear that not enough testing has been initiated, their government orders the manufacture and dispersion of the AAH among populations were the HIV virus has reached epidemic proportions. Once induced into a body, the AA hormone factors itself at an accelerated pace, over riding the bodies natural hormone secretion. This results in manic depression, violent outbursts among frustrated individuals, rapid aging, and the complete shut down of sexual reproduction! A young African doctor, had induced the hormone to her native village, with disastrous results. A young inmate loses not only his desires, but his youth as well. Cities all over the world are struggling with the negative effects of the AAH even though it has limited the spread of the disease! Will Dr. Taylor and her team be able to find a reversal from the effects of the AA hormone to help these populations? Will they be able to stop mankind from extinction?
To Risk Extinction, is a fictional, but a possible story. In book reviews from Barnes and Noble, the readers state that the characters are "true to life," and the story itself "interesting and suspenseful."
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Very good suspense thriller. Something like this could happen in today's time. Characters are believable and have human traits and characteristics. There is a lot of diversity among the characters, and you keep turning pages to find out what happens.