MIT's first class is about to graduate. Before they do so, a madman is
at work in the city of Boston, creating a distrust of technology among
the people. Will these students be able to discover his identity and
thwart his plans before Boston is destroyed? I found this to be a
captivating read. The characters were interesting and well-drawn. The
attitudes toward technology and Darwinism were interesting to explore.
It was also interesting to see the attitudes towards a woman being
enrolled in MIT pursuing education in a male-dominated field. My
interest in the book never waned. There are enough red herrings to keep
the reader guessing the identity of the madman until almost the end.
This review is based on an advance uncorrected proof received through
LibraryThing's Early Reviewers program. (5 of 5 stars.)