Thursday, 19 May 2016

Nano Man by Dean C Moore

This was a well crafted book, but just not my genre. I'm not big on violent futuristic comic style books. One reviewer mentioned the film Sin City, which I hated for its style and violence, but if you loved said film; this will be the book for you. I gave it four stars as it was well written and I can imagine a fan of the genre loving it.
Nano Man by Dean C Moore on Amazon

Nano man is set in a cut-throat world where big business has taken over from the government. Ruthless companies will do anything to thwart the competition. Jane Macelvey is a bio chemist, struggling to keep her research secret. Then Mike comes into her life and he claims he wants to protect her. She injects him with her serum of Nano bots and Mike becomes something neither of them could have predicted. As the corporate foot soldiers close in on them, bodies start to pile up. Mike and Jane are now on everyone’s radar.
I did like the character of Mike, he is part hot blooded male, part robot. Even as the Nano-bots play havoc with his system, he can’t fail to wise crack. The banter between him and Jane provide a lot of the humour. This is an overblown futuristic comic book tale of greed and technology, but it is also a satire on our current times. I think fans of comic books and sci-fi will like this, especially if you don’t mind graphic violence. I understand this is part of the genre, but I found the at times sadistic violence somewhat hard to digest. But if you don’t mind a gang of red necks being flattened by their own truck, this is the book for you. Well written, original and action packed.