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Body Inc.
by Alan Dean Foster
Del Rey, $15.00, 242pp
Release Date: March 27, 2012

This is the second book in the Tipping Point trilogy.

Whispr and Ingrid have fled to Africa . They hope to find the people behind the nano-bots and discover their purpose. They must be getting closer because the assassin Napoleon has followed them there.

The intrepid duo discover they need to be more circumspect and so take a tour of the wilds in a nature preserve to disguise their purpose. Whispr is forced to deal with his increasing desire for the aloof Ingrid and his need to keep them alive.

I am interested in the end of the series in November but this book was not as good as the first one. Still and all it was a good romp and I did enjoy it.

Recommended. ~~ Bob LaPierre

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