A transatlantic flight from Germany is diverted to London when a passenger becomes suddenly ill, but when they try to land they are refused entry. The reason, a deadly virus that may be on board the plane. A virus so deadly that they will all be dead within a few days. Now the pilot has to decide what to do with a plane that no one wants.
Pandora’s Clock builds slowly, taking the time to flesh out the main characters before turning up the heat and tension. The plot is a great one, and well thought out as the plane is rejected from country after country.
As with other John J Nance books, the reader get drawn in as the plots twists keep coming. The story never leaves the realm of possibility and so everything is believable.
Another great book by John J Nance. Very satisfying to read.