Haha, the commentators don't see in any book other than entertainment. But this one is neither humorous, nor entertaining, it's just horrific. Besides, it's not entirely fiction - decades ago it was in the news that a meteorite originating from Mars was found in the arctic ice and some tiny worm-like formations, like some form of primitive life were embedded in it. The book builds a deception story out of this old news. NASA also published many years ago some Mars photos, where arising from the dust were small pyramid-like structures arranged in a geometrical order to illustrate the Pythagoras (Euclides's 47th) Theorem, which is holy to some scientific brotherhoods. I guess that was a deception too, with those doctored photos. A writer certainly has some purpose with a book, maybe not only entertainment but also to send a message to the public without they realizing it. For me the message from this wild crime story is that high-placed officials of the system have the power to order some secret organizations to eliminate some persons who are "in the way," and they don't have to answer for it. This is the only meaning for me of this book. Not funny, this book, but rather a bit sickening.