This was a really good book, it touches on the morality of genetically modified foods and whether or not scientist consider long term effects on the environment.
In the story we follow Dr. Dan Miller and his team as they work to create a GMF that is fast growing and resistant to plague, however, during a presentation things go horribly wrong when some anti-GMF lunatic sabotages the experiment (seriously, it's always the extremist).
The art was very good and throughout it they provide pro / con arguments for GMF's. I think this series has a lot of potential and I can't wait to see what effects we'll see in the next volume.
Rating 5 out of 5