Book review: The Austin Paradox by William R. Leibowitz

Book Details:

Book Title:  The Austin Paradox by William R. Leibowitz
Series: The Miracle Man Series Book 2
Category:  Adult Fiction, 461 pages
Genre:   Thriller
Publisher:  Manifesto Media Group
Release date:  May 2018
Format available for review:  print & ebook (mobi, PDF & ePUB)
Will send print books to: USA & Canada
Tour dates: Aug 6 to Sept 14, 2018
Content Rating: PG-13 + M (Some profane language, some use of the word ‘g*ddamit’, mature subjects including pandemic disease, terrorism, sex abuse, suicide)

Book Description:

The Austin Paradox continues the remarkable saga of Robert James Austin in a gripping emotionally-charged thriller that explores the most compelling issues of our time.

Having lost his extraordinary intellectual powers in a laboratory explosion that was intended to kill him, Dr. Robert James Austin, the greatest genius in history, whose medical cures saved countless millions, struggles to find meaning in a life that has become devoid of purpose.

As he embarks on a journey of self-discovery in an effort to regain his abilities, Austin battles private demons, otherworldly forces, and a government obsessed with controlling him. When ruthless political and business interests align to pose an existential threat to humanity, Austin is thrust into the maelstrom.

Doubted even by those who love him, Austin is confronted by a harrowing paradox as time runs out to save mankind from extinction.

The Austin Paradox is the sequel to the critically acclaimed, award winning novel, Miracle Man, which was named by Amazon as One of the Top 100 Novels of 2015, a Top 10 Best Selling Thriller and a Top 10 New York Times/Amazon Best Seller.

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Meet the Author:

William R. Leibowitz practices law internationally and prefers not spending too much time in any one place. He is a graduate of New York University and Columbia University Law School.

Connect with the author: Website ~ Twitter ~ Facebook

This sequel to Miracle Man begins with Bobby living a normal life with his family (that is sans his genius brain), away from the government, prying journalists and crazy extremists who want to kill him.  Although he may at some point in the future recover his memory, Christina is hopeful that that time is far into the future.
Now comes the bad news.  More bad guys.  Really bad guys.  And we’re not just talking about the pharmaceutical dudes.   A crime against humanity so unbelievable is about to be unleashed on the planet and the world needs Robert James Austin, the genius who lost his memory.
A 465 page conclusion that leaves you out of breath.

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