Book Review: Mad Science Institute by Sechin Tower

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Sophia “Soap” Lazarcheck is a girl genius with a knack for making robots—and for making robots explode. After her talents earn her admission into a secretive university institute, she is swiftly drawn into a conspiracy more than a century in the making. Meanwhile and without her knowledge, her cousin Dean wages a two-fisted war of vengeance against a villainous genius and his unwashed minions. Separately, the cousins must pit themselves against murderous thugs, experimental weaponry, lizard monsters, and a nefarious doomsday device. When their paths finally meet up, they will need to risk everything to prevent a mysterious technology from bringing civilization to a sudden and very messy end.
--From Sechin Tower's website

Pretty good for a Kindle book. The premise is... well, interesting, and the whole revolving-around-Tesla thing is cool, since I'd never heard of Tesla before I read Mad Science Institute.

Other than that, it was an okay adventure story with okay characters. I don't really feel like analyzing it further... but if you're really, really bored and are looking for something cheap on your Kindle to keep you occupied, then go for it.
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