The Aardvark Affair

The Aardvark Affair Before his birth even before his conception everything about Colin Garrett s life was planned with a single goal in mind to produce a genius child The plan was so successful that the standard tests

  • Title: The Aardvark Affair
  • Author: Gary Brandner
  • ISBN: 9780890831083
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
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    Before his birth, even before his conception, everything about Colin Garrett s life was planned with a single goal in mind to produce a genius child The plan was so successful that the standard tests for for intelligence did not measure high enough to rate Colin on their scales.But the one thing the brain wasn t smart enough to do was to keep his mind power hidden from tBefore his birth, even before his conception, everything about Colin Garrett s life was planned with a single goal in mind to produce a genius child The plan was so successful that the standard tests for for intelligence did not measure high enough to rate Colin on their scales.But the one thing the brain wasn t smart enough to do was to keep his mind power hidden from the Army.When serious trouble erupts at Aardvark, Colonel Jefferson J.J Judd makes it his business to start the brain working again for the highest level espionage operation ever conceived Agency Zero.Judd tells Garrett that Aardvark is a soil reclamation project, testing ultrasonics and laser light to change the molecular structure of barren soil And three people have become mental vegetables in the course of that testing.But you can t keep a secret from a man with X ray intelligence Garrett knows one of those three is faking

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    • Brett says:

      This book only deserves one star, but I'm giving it two because it has a glorious, amazing cover. Faster than a Computer, Deadlier than a Laser--the Big Brain!So, like the vast majority of people that own this book in the year 2015, I bought it used because I couldn't stop laughing at the cover art. Pulpy, funny, vaguely racist. It's great. But then it sat on my kitchen counter for months and I wasn't sure what to do with it. I hate throwing books away, but I also don't put a book on my bookshel [...]

    • Lexi says:

      Quick, engaging read for the most part, though not nearly as enjoyable as the third book in the series (which I read first, many years ago). The main character is not as well developed here, and acts pretty foolishly at times for such a supposedly brilliant man. But really, if you enjoy over the top 70s thrillers, this is still a pretty good example of the genre.

    • Lynda says:

      This was sort of a guilty pleasure.

    • Charlie says:

      I give up. Pretty damn boring. Got better things to do. Great cover though.

    • Wayne says:

      From the 70's come "The Big Brain," When men's adventure was in it's prime. This one is from the man who later went on to writ The Howling. In fact the author hints at it here when The Big Brain jokes at turning into a werewolf.The Aardvark affair deals with a secret project run by the government. It turns some people into mindless, drooling vegetables. A hush-hush organization calls in The Big Brain to help find out what's going on. Not much action for this kind of book, but it's very involving [...]

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