Thursday, January 29, 2009

The Mind of a Genius




Malcolm Prince is a brilliant British scientist. His latest invention has caused quite a buzz from MI4 to The Denmark Intelligence group. Malcolm’s invention involves a formula, so great that it will change the world. Now some of the elite agencies in the world will race around the globe from London, Copenhagen, Hong Kong and Australia to gain possession of Malcolm’s formula. It won’t be easy as each group is only one step behind each other.

I did not have to worry about The Mind of a Genius not being interesting as there was enough action and adventure to satisfy my taste. Though I did enjoy all the different agencies that were thrown in the mix; I didn’t care for the power trips the MI4, CIA and The Denmark Intelligence had with each other. I do have to hand it to Mr. Snowdon on this novel. The storyline consisted of many twists and turns that I never knew what to expect next. It wasn’t till the end that I discovered the true nature of Malcolm Prince’s formula and its use. When I did learn what the formula was to be used for, all I could think was...what an ingenious idea! All and all The Mind of a Genius is a good book.



About the book:
The Mind of a Genius by David Snowdon
ISBN: 978-0-9552650-1-3
Publisher: Pentergen Books
Pages: 288
S.R.P £6.99/ $13.56


For more information visit http://www.the-mind-of-a-genius.com/

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5 comments:

David Snowdon said...

Hello Cheryl. Thanks for the review. I would also like to say hello to the readers, and I look forward to hearing from you.

misterreereeder said...

Great review. It was satisfying that the secret invention was not revealed until the end.

carolsnotebook said...

Sounds interesting.

David Snowdon said...

A special thank you to misterreereeder and Carol for their comments.

naida said...

great review, this does sound good.
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