What. A. Title.
I wonder how many copies of this were shifted on the strength of that alone.
It sends intrigue levels off the scale, gets money jangling in purses and fingers eager to enter credit card PIN numbers into whichever machine needs them to complete the sale.
And the intrigue doesn't end at the cover. But this reviewer is no spoiler. All I can say is it's one of the most original concepts I've encountered for a while, with a theme that's mind-blowing but not to the extent that it's all too implausible.
And, like this review, it's refreshingly short, even though the subject matter could have led the author to write a thick, headaching tome.
**** (Four out of five)