PRAISE for China Syndrome:

One of the New York Public Library's 25 Books to Remember from 2006

A Village Voice Best Book of 2006

"Compelling . . . Echoes the sort of gritty, breathless thriller pace that Richard Preston employed . . . in The Hot Zone." —Washington Post Book World

"If you take this book to bed, don’t expect to get any sleep. " —Amy Tan

"A work of riveting, relevent journalism . . A dexterous approach that recalls Randy Shilts's AIDS history And the Band Played On." — The Village Voice

"A tour de force on the SARS Epidemic . . A fast-moving, truth-is-stranger-than-fiction thriller." — Los Angeles Times

"Fine reporting . . . A scientific whodunnit . . . Karl Taro Greenfeld does well to convey the sense of excitement of the hunt to identify SARS." —Financial Times

"An excellent and in-depth look at a frightening episode—a bullet the world dodged—and not insignificantly, a fascinating and penetrating look into modern China." — John M. Barry, author of The Great Influenza

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