LabLit.com reviews PETROPLAGUE

What if all the gasoline in Los Angeles turned into vinegar?
Carmageddon doesn’t begin to describe it.
PETROPLAGUE does.


New review of PETROPLAGUE by Amy Rogers just posted on British website LabLit.com.

Reviewer Ian Brooks says, “(t)he book is a great example of lab lit in what I think of as the Crichtonesque School of epic science disaster writing…Amy Rogers has done an excellent job of not only crafting an exciting and thrilling piece of lab lit fiction, but also of offering an education in the science behind the scenes and a glimpse of a future we might face.”

About LabLit: LabLit.com is dedicated to real laboratory culture and to the portrayal and perceptions of that culture – science, scientists and labs – in fiction, the media and across popular culture. The site is intended for non-scientists as well as scientists, and the goal is to inform, entertain and surprise (see the launch Editorial for more information).

LabLit.com is edited by scientist and science writer Dr. Jennifer Rohn, who has many years of research experience in the fields of virology, cell biology, cancer and gene therapy and an incurable addiction to scientist-related literature (or “lab lit”, a term she coined in 2001 which is now used widely).

Click here to view PETROPLAGUE trailer.

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