An opportunist President takes advantage of a bad vaccine to declare war on science, outlawing vaccinations and most scientific research. Suddenly, the country is faced with the resurgence of many diseases thought to be eradicated, including the bubonic plague and no way to cure them. Britton Gravel, a mother and funeral home proprietor is up against the clock to find a cure for the antibiotic-resistant plague, and discover who took her sick son, while dodging government agents who will stop at nothing to repress the truth.
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It didn't put me to sleep
"It may be the times, but I really loved this book, even more than I would have normally! It had sIt may be the times, but I really loved this book, even more than I would have normally! It had such an interesting story and unique approach to the writing and flow.
I really liked the level of detail the author gave us. It was so in depth, but not to a point you felt bogged down with it. It also allow for an excellent flow of story, with a brilliant pace.
Overall, the story was realistic enough to really keep you hooked, it gave you that creepy feeling up your spine and it was just so easy to sit down and read-and not want to put down. I highly recommend this brilliant book.uch an interesting story and unique approach to the writing and flow."
The Avid Reader
"The Plague is a short but fun read. It is filled with enough suspense and mystery to keep the pages turning from beginning to end. The Plague may be a short read but it reads like a full-length novel as it packs a big punch.
It never became boring even with all the scientific information that was given. As a matter of fact, scientific information is one of the things that kept me hooked from the first page to the last.
I really enjoy reading books about the plague, viruses, and the CDC, and let me tell you The Plague did not disappoint in the least. It was on the top of its game. With saying this I will have to admit that I did have one little problem with the story and let me state that it is only a small thing and that is that I would have liked for the story to have been longer. I would love to read more about The Plague’s world and its characters.
I would recommend The Plague to anyone looking for a quick, short story to read. Well, that is if you are into books about viruses or the plague. I would like to suggest that you one-click your copy of The Plague today!"