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[Epub] ➜ Vitals Author Greg Bear – It-ural.pro Blending fierce fast plots with vivid characters and mind bending ideas Greg Bear has mastered a powerful alchemy of suspense science and action in his gripping thrillers Darwin’s Radio was hailed aBlending fierce fast plots with vivid characters and mind bending ideas Greg Bear has mastered a powerful alchemy of suspense science and action in his gripping thrillers Darwin’s Radio was hailed across the country as one of the best books of the year His newest novel Vitals begins with a harrowing descent to a netherworld at the very bottom of the sea–and then explodes to the surface in sheer terrorHal Cousins is one of a handful of scientists nearing the most sought after discovery in human history the key to short circuiting the aging process Fueled by a wealth of research an overdose of self confidence and the money of influential patrons to whom he makes outrageous promises Hal experiments with organisms livi.

Ng in the hot thermal plumes in the ocean depths But as he journeys beneath the sea his other world is falling apartAcross the country scientists are being inexplicably murdered–including Hal’s identical twin brother who is also working to unlock the key to immortality Hal himself barely eludes a cold blooded attack at sea and when he returns home to Seattle he finds himself walking into an eerie realm where voices speak to him from the dead where a once brilliant historian turned crackpot is leading him on a deadly game of hide and seek and where the beautiful rich widow of his twin is than willing to pick up the pieces of Hal’s life–and take him places he’s never been beforeSuddenly Hal is trapped inside an.

vitals epub Vitals eBookNg in the hot thermal plumes in the ocean depths But as he journeys beneath the sea his other world is falling apartAcross the country scientists are being inexplicably murdered–including Hal’s identical twin brother who is also working to unlock the key to immortality Hal himself barely eludes a cold blooded attack at sea and when he returns home to Seattle he finds himself walking into an eerie realm where voices speak to him from the dead where a once brilliant historian turned crackpot is leading him on a deadly game of hide and seek and where the beautiful rich widow of his twin is than willing to pick up the pieces of Hal’s life–and take him places he’s never been beforeSuddenly Hal is trapped inside an.

Vitals Epub à Paperback

Vitals Epub à Paperback Greg Bear is one of the world's leading hard SF authors He sold his first short story at the age of fifteen to Robert Lowndes's Famous Science Fiction A full time writer he lives in Washington State with his family He is married to Astrid Anderson Bear He is the son in law of Poul Anderson They are the parents of two children Erik and Alexandrahttpusmacmillancomauthorgregbear

10 thoughts on “Vitals

  1. Kevin Kuhn Kevin Kuhn says:

    Vitals Epub à Paperback vitals epub, Vitals eBookGreg Bear has won multiple Hugos and Nebulas He published this book in 2002 I think it’s my fourth or fifth book by Bear For some reason after reading the inside flap I believed that this book would follow a man’s search for immortality and involve sinister forces attempting to steal or prevent his achievement of life everlasting I thought it would be a thriller where the immortality provided the speculative fiction and the rest would be a traditional cloak and dagger story I was wrong I should have known better Greg Bear does not hold b


  2. Megan Baxter Megan Baxter says:

    Vitals Epub à Paperback vitals epub, Vitals eBookIn this one Greg Bear has kind of abandoned the ideas for the thrill of the chase It's much technothriller than science fiction although I suppose the science is enough out there it could sort of qualify But it's the speed at which everything happens the plot racing by too fast for there to be real consideration of the ideas that I find a pity I kno


  3. Milele Milele says:

    Vitals Epub à Paperback vitals epub, Vitals eBookThis is a thriller set in a slightly capable present day setting The best part of the book was recognizing one location after another in Seattle Palo Alto and Berkeley The book sets and keeps a fast pace Spoiler alert now as I talk about what I didn't like It became horribly grating as each female character turned out to be one dimensional and untrustworthy Sure the book is about biologically induced paranoia and unreliable behavior so there's some plot justification for everybody being untrustworthy but the female characters were really b


  4. Gendou Gendou says:

    Vitals Epub à Paperback vitals epub, Vitals eBookIn this book bacteria cause aging and are used for mind controlThis is why I hate Greg Bear he perverts science fictionHe's forcing nature to fit in his weirdo fantasy worldThis makes for especially poor science fictionThe end is confusing and vagueWhy do I punish myself by reading Greg Bear's books?


  5. Josh Josh says:

    Vitals Epub à Paperback vitals epub, Vitals eBookAs a huge fan of Greg Bear's various wonders of the universe but I found this to be very dull and disappointing I love science fiction that is grounded in biology and Greg Bear has some fantastic biology driven novels Blood Music is my favorite but see also Darwin's Radio Legacy and Hull Zero Three Even in books that aren't primarily premised in biology Greg Bear's biological references are usually well crafted and imaginative and confer richness to the world of the book as well as depth to the plot The galactic ecology described in The Forge of God the living cities in Strength of Stones and the transformed humans in Queen of Angels or Eon may not be fully developed or very unique ideas but at least they are fun to imagine and thin


  6. Spencer Spencer says:

    Vitals Epub à Paperback vitals epub, Vitals eBookPicked the book because I had heard the author was good While the style was decent and the readability good the story itself was poor It had a decent core premise the engineering of bacterial strains released through the population which could later be triggered Unfortunately it failed to stop or at least reign itself in somewhere within the realm of possibility and instead went completely off the deep endIf the writer had managed to at least try to tie t


  7. K K says:

    Vitals Epub à Paperback vitals epub, Vitals eBookPlot summary A bunch of people are searching for the secret tonot immortality but living for a REALLY long timein bacteria Only then there's a big conspiracy and they're running for their livesThoughts Look it sounds really interesting And when it starts with being in a mini sub heading for the bottom of the ocean it SEEMS really interesting But then random people started going crazy and they were on the run and there was this whole 20th century Russian history thing going on and I just couldn't cope any There didn't seem to be anything tying the plot together it was just a jumble of topics that would periodically overlap Made it as far as page 183 and couldn't take it any DNF


  8. Mark Schomburg Mark Schomburg says:

    Vitals Epub à Paperback vitals epub, Vitals eBookIt's hard to stomach all the poor reviews of Greg Bear especially for this book which is really great I've found his angle on science fiction to be acutely amazing and convincing probably closer to reality than most readers will admit I guess he is just way over the heads of readers of typical sci fi scenarios With Bear the science is not just a dumb prop or setting to write crap it's actually where the crux of the whole plot is centered The fantasy is in thinking that the science just might be true or pretty close to being true might as well be true since we live in a world of unknowns just as great I pity the reader who finds these scenarios unbelievable or too fantastic


  9. Kristin Cicciarella Kristin Cicciarella says:

    Vitals Epub à Paperback vitals epub, Vitals eBookIf I could give this book 55 stars I would It's a lot like Darwin's radio but less dense It has the same technomedical sci fi slant bu


  10. Lowed Lowed says:

    Vitals Epub à Paperback vitals epub, Vitals eBookThis one's good What disheartened me was how Bear tried to put in so many great ideas but left them behind as he tried to shift from being a really good sci fi book to a lousy thriller trashStill this will not hinder me from picking up his other works


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