I've read one of Mr McBride's stories before, Remains, and was really impressed with his fusion of science and horror in the novella. This same seamless fusion is evident in this read, the technology is a bit mind boggling but it's obvious that a huge amount of research has gone into this book. I would agree with some of the other reviews that state the ending was predictable, however the way it was delivered was fantastic. The ending is something I'm still pondering over, a good sign that this read has got under my skin. Recommended.