Reviews by Khalil

Tokyo Zero

by Marc Horne

Tokyo Zero has got to be one of the best books I have ever read. Horne does a good job portraying this semi-cowboy character in Modern Tokyo who has to play his part in a biochemical attack in a Tokyo train station. Parallels can easily seen between the book and Aum Shinrikyo's attack of the same nature. Cyberpunk meets a Tarantino Universe where every moment is filled with non-stop action and plot twists.I loved the book a lot and I recomment it to anyone who loved Snow Crash by Neil Steaphenson or Kill Bill.

Reviewed on 2005.06.28

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