The Zero Game

The Zero Game

Book - 2004
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Meltzer's instant New York Times bestseller and most well-received novel to date is now in paperback. Two young Washington insiders are playing a game no one knows about. It's a game that has everything--but behind this game is a secret so explosive it will shake Washington to its core.
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, c2004
ISBN: 9780446612111
0446612111
9780446530989
0446530980
Branch Call Number: MELT
Characteristics: x, 460 p

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tremendousdeb
Sep 28, 2014

I definitely found this book a bit more predictable than the many others I have read from Meltzer, but I still enjoyed it.
It explores corruption that exists in lobbying and the passing of bills. The concept where he broaches into the field of Science and wonders "what is possible" is interesting.

Warning/Spoiler: if you don't seeing characters die, don't pick up this book.

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rubydoo
Feb 26, 2011

didnt like

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