Infusion is the second novel in the Diffusion series. I love the awesome cover design (a big thank you to designer, Donna Harriman Murillo). If you're wondering what the heck a couple of gigantoraptors are doing on the cover of the sequel to Diffusion, you will simply have to read Infusion to find out!
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Here is the teaser for Infusion:
Who would you trust with the power to alter the destiny of humanity?
Devastated by the loss of his son in a remote rainforest of Indonesian Papua, Quentin Darnell now must struggle to get his wife and surviving students safely back to civilization. But surviving the trek out of the wilderness is only the first challenge, because his group now possesses an object that can create anything or do anything, for better or for worse. Can anyone be trusted with such power? If they can somehow get the object to the United States, will they be heroes—or the world’s destroyers?
Quentin and his group face impossible choices with each perilous leg of their journey. And every triumph that takes them closer to home also takes them closer to a more personal dilemma—they may no longer be welcome there.
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Below is one of my favorite reviews of Infusion on Amazon:
"I just finished Stan Smith's second book, Infusion! I loved it (even more than book one, Diffusion -- if that is possible)! I can't tell you the number of times that I found myself holding my breath in anticipation of next plot twist. Stan is more than an author--he is a story weaver extraordinaire! My favorite Infusion quote was "Power earned is used with caution, with an understanding of consequences. Power that is given to us, on the other hand, is misunderstood. And so we toy with it." I was actually sad to reach the end of book two. Not because I did not like the ending, but because I wanted the story to continue. At one time, Stan hinted about a book three, and the ending suggests this as is a possibility as well. If you are looking for a riveting read, then this is the book for you! P.S. This would make a sensational movie!"