Mutant (Dr. Richard Steele, #1)



Mutant (Dr. Richard Steele, #1) Former ER doctor Peter Clement blends electrifying human drama with the suspense of top notch medical thrillers With Mutanthe has written one of his most gripping, utterly chilling novels to date.On an isolated stretch of highway in Oahu, a woman cradles her dying son in her arms In the days that follow, an autopsy draws a shocking conclusion the boy, his lungs filled with blood, died of a disease previously found only in birds On the other side of the globe, Dr Richard Steele, a burned out ER doctor is being recruited into a movement to examine the hazards of genetically modified foods, a job that takes him to an explosive conference in Hawaii.Spearheaded by a charismatic female doctor, the anti bioengineering movement is gathering steam While a powerful company is using genetic breakthroughs to create disease resistant super crops, activists warn that new DNA strains will wreak havoc on the environment But no one suspects that the controversy is masking a far frightening human threat one that could lead to the deadliest weapon of mass destruction ever unleashed upon the world Download Mutant (Dr. Richard Steele, #1) author Peter Clement – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Mutant (Dr. Richard Steele, #1)
  • Peter Clement
  • English
  • 17 August 2017
  • 0345443381

10 thoughts on “Mutant (Dr. Richard Steele, #1)

  1. Rebecca McNutt says:

    Not a bad book, but it was rather melodramatic and the main characters were incredibly superficial and shallow I liked the creativity and thrills of the plot, but otherwise if you haven t read this medical thriller, you aren t missing much.

  2. Karen says:

    Mutant, a stunning cover design, magnificent blurb, an intense prologue, is a boring novel This is because the book is a slow paced book, the cover is misleading, and the characters are placed in a messy confusing relationship with each other At first glance the book is great, but, as you continue to read on, you notice that the storyline feels like it is slowing down gradually as the chapters go by When reading the novel you would get the feeling of, regret and torture, regretting ever picki Mutant, a stunning cover design, magnificent blurb, an intense prologue, is a boring novel This is because the book is a slow paced book, the cover is misleading, and the characters are place...

  3. Dokusha says:

    Die Gefahren der Gentechnik thematisiert das Buch ebenso wie die des Fanatismus auch wenn dieser einer guten Sache dienen soll wobei die Fanatiker halten ihre Sache immer f r eine gute.Das Buch wurde vor der gro en Vogelgrippe Epidemie geschrieben und gewinnt dadurch eine besondere Art der Aktualit t, da es unter anderem auch die bertragbark...

  4. Patrice Hoffman says:

    This was my 1st novel by this author There was so much wrong with it that I refuse to finish it I was at page 184 and still could not make heads or tails of what the storyline was or where it was going The point of this book was buried some where under all the medical jargon and it annoyed me sooooo much I usually hate beginning books and not finishing them but I just couldn t I hope that doesn t make me a failure There was too much going on and too little going on in this book I don t This was my 1st novel by this author There was so much wrong with it that I refuse to finish it I was at page 184 and still could not make heads or tails of what the storyline was or where it was going The point of this book was buri...

  5. Yarnigras says:

    Couldn t finish it Started off great but almost immediately started whininghad to put it out of its misery by donating it to the faculty bookshelf.

  6. Kristin says:

    This is the second or third of Clement s books that I ve come across, and again, it s nothing special In re reading my review from 6 years ago of the last book of his I read, I wasn t overly impressed with him back then, and still am not now At least that one focused primarily on a doctor and a hospital, whereas Mutant takes its physician main character a recurring character, but not the same one as in the other book out of the hospital and gets him involved in a political investigation re This is the second or third of Clement s books that I ve come across, and again, it s nothing special In re reading my review from 6 years ago of the last book of his I read, I wasn t overly impressed with him back then, and still am not now At least that one focused primarily on a doctor and a hospital, whereas Mutant takes its physician main character a recurring character, but not the same one as in the other book out of the hospital and gets him involved in a political investigation related to genetically modified foods Medical science books I like, political books with a science theme, less so.It starts off interestingly enough, with a ...

  7. Kristin Lundgren says:

    A good medical terrorist thriller about genetic modifications in crops, which allow naked DNA to free itself from it s host, and jump the species barrier any errors in science discussed are mine alone Someone devises a plan to hijack these naked NA strands and attach them to some nasty stuff, through the food cycle Dr Steele, an ER doctor who is burned out, is asked to attend a conference on genetically altered food in Hwaaii and the possible dangers it could hold, and the benefits While t A good medical terrorist thriller about ge...

  8. Gonzalo says:

    My brother, Sebastian Cruz, recommended this book to me after reading it a while back I think it was for his summer assignment But anyways, i read it and it was a pretty good book that mostly revolved around the issue of messing with DNA to save people and solve modern days problems The protagonist Dr Richard Steele with the aid of some along the way, has to stop a company which is rapidly making genetic breakthroughs which is solving the world s problems Problems such as pesticides, by cha My brother, Sebastian Cruz, recommended this book to me after reading it a while back I think it was for his summer assignment But anyways, i read it and it was a pretty good book that mostly revolved around the issue of messing with DNA to save people and solve modern days problems The protagonist Dr Richard Steele with the aid of some along the way, has to stop a company which is rapidly making genetic breakthroughs which is solving the world s problems Problems such as pesticides, by changing the DNA of the plants to become extremel resistant to diseases and bugs and the sort This however becomes out of hand and quickly becomes really dangerous to the enviroment Their breakthroughs then begin to threaten the eco system of the world and humanity itself This book was awesome, i especially liked it because it relates to...

  9. CJ says:

    Mutant by Peter Clement was quite a shocking surprise As I was reading along one of the characters looks out of his office window towards the Twin Towers in New York City and says something along the lines that they weren t going to last long now I knew the book was older, so I wasn t really surprised at the possibility the Twin Towers landmark would be mentioned, but when their existence was thrown into question, I had to immediately check the publishing date which was July 2001, before the Mutant by Peter Clement was quite a shocking surprise As I was reading along one of the characters looks out of his office window towards the Twin Towers in New York City and says something along the lines that they weren t going to last long now I knew the book was older, so I wasn t really surprised at the possibility the Twin Towers landmark would be mentioned, but when their existence was thrown into question, I had to immediately check the publishing date which was July 2...

  10. Sharon says:

    With all of the news these days about health problems caused by genetically modified crops, Clement s 2001 novel seems a little prescient In fact, it seems especially prescient in light of 9 11 2001 an unfortunate fact that he acknowledges in his afterword.In any event, Clement s tale of environmentalists looking into the connections between outbreaks of bird flu and genetically modified corn and the terrorists who are trying to stop them is a good read It helps to understand somethin With all of the news these days about health problems caused by genetically modified crops, Clement s 2001 novel seems a little prescient In fact, it seems especially prescient in light of 9 11 2001 an unfortunate fact that he acknowledges in his afterword.In any event, Clement s tale of environmentalists lo...

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