Oh dear, my to-review list is starting to build up. Better get to it.Well, luckily for me I don't have a ton to say about Streams of Babel. I'm sorry to say, I found it rather disappointing. I'd been looking forward to reading it, and had been meaning to read it for so long, and then I didn't find it particularly compelling. The reason I wanted to read it so badly is because I loved Carol Plum-Ucci's book What Happened to Lani Garver. So, if you're going to read anything by Plum-Ucci, I recommend that one. It's very powerful. This ... not as much.To be honest, I lost interest in this book pretty fast. Maybe it just wasn't my thing. I feel like, after reading it, all I got out of it was, BIOTERRORISM IS SCARY. IT MAKES BLOOD GUSH OUT YOUR NOSE AND EARS.AAHHHHH!Yeah, that's about it. Besides the creeped-and-grossed-out factor, I didn't have much of an emotional reaction to this. My main problem with it was that there were ... five perspectives, I believe. Possibly more. And all in first person. Understandably, it was difficult to connect with any of the characters when the author was constantly switching points of view, and none of them are particularly distinctive.I don't have anything else to say, really. I kind of skimmed the second half of this book because, frankly, I got bored with it. I totally respect Ms. Plum-Ucci; she's a good writer, and What Happened to Lani Garver was a brilliant book, but Streams of Babel just did not do it for me.