The SymboGen implants are now getting out of control, as the tapeworms move up the body and eat themselves into the host’s brain, turning the person into a “sleepwalker” who will lash out and start attacking at any moment. It’s snowballing out of control and the world is starting to fall apart. Sal is going to have to work with her team to find out how these tapeworms are being triggered and what they can do to try and…save the world. It’s going to require a journey to her old home where this all began, SymboGen headquarters, where even though the world is falling apart around them, somehow business is running as usual.
Symbiont definitely feels like a “bridging” book between Parasite and what will be the concluding volume, but Grant keeps the reader interested with some introspective questioning, as well as pulling at the reader’s heartstrings, as Sal is a chimera – a tapeworm within a human – and yet is also our hero whom we are hoping will somehow save the day.
|Page Count||528 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|