September 12, 2010

Review: The Ovary Wars by Mike Hogan


The Ovary Wars involves terrorism at its best, more powerful than a suicide bomber, and more effective than a nuclear bomb. How does a terrorist kill four million people? He stops them from being born. For no apparent reason, pregnancies in the United States become rare, and American births decrease exponentially. Because the United States economy is based on a constantly increasing population, the United States economy is undermined. The country begins an unstoppable spiral into "The Greatest Depression." Not knowing how or why the infertility blight occurred, the United States President, and the investigating FBI agents, realize the perilous possibilities. Could the nationwide infertility have been caused by a virus, either naturally occurring or purposely spread? Could it have been caused by a secret cult or a radical religious group? Even al-Qaida is a possibility. If so, will there be another attack?

This book is amazing! It's so different from anything I have ever read before. The author's talent is unbelievable! If you're looking for a new book to blow your mind, pick up The Ovary Wars.

The Peppertree Press
9781936051847
March 3, 2010
298 pages
$15.95 US

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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for free. All opinions expressed are 100% mine. If you purchase a book using my Amazon or Barnes and Noble link, I will receive a small portion of the purchase price.


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14 comments:

Bethie said...

This sounds like something I would really enjoy.

Linda Kish said...

That would be a scary thought.

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Amber said...

This book sounds scary but at the same time the concept is so intriguing!

mverno said...

i love to read mverno@roadrunner.com

debbie said...

This one sounds really good, I would love to read it.

clynsg said...

Definitely one I will add to my TBR pile.

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wgbc1446 said...

This sounds good & scary. wgbc1446@yahoo.com

catss99 said...

When I first saw the title, I thought this was a non fiction medical book about ovaries. guess i was wrong;-)

aalorenz said...

Interesting concept.

goodwitchglinda said...

I'm really interested in the premise. It sounds like an exciting read on a topic I am familiar with.

Renee said...

Interesting concept.
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Anonymous said...

I love the cover and title of this book!

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lknott said...

This is a unique book subject!!! IN your review you mention mindblowing, I think this off the radar!


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purango said...

It sounds like a very interesting book. I would love to read it. garrettsambo@aol.com