Book Review: The Genius Dilemma By Dustin Grinnell

Paperback: 534 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 19, 2014)

Dustin Grinnell “…has spent the last several years as a writer for corporate America, writing and editing marketing copy, developing stories for scientific publications, and writing articles, podcasts and video scripts for a popular science blog.” He has concocted a fascinating story about the scientific search for a way to enhance our intelligence and the search for a cure for alzheimers. The search for both crosses paths and leads to Trillium that boosts IQs by 50% or more, but has a terrible side effect.

The science of the brain and the chemicals involved can get pretty deep. I’m no scientist so I don’t know if the science is real. I assume Grinnell is knowledgeable so in that way, this could be a new Crichton novel. “The Genius Dilemma” will have you turning pages and you’ll be loath to turn to bed until the wee hours.

The characters are believable and the involvement of the military is also believable. The author’s next book is “Without Limits.” I’ll be waiting.

This book was provided to me to review, but I was not obligated to review the book positively.


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