Ebola K

3.8
Ebola, Terrorism, and Hope

In 1989 the Ebola virus mutated to into an airborne strain that infected humans for the sixt time on American soil in Reston, Virginia. Through belated containment efforts and luck, nobody died.

ow, in remote East African village of Kapchorwa, the Ebola virus has mutated into another airborne strain without losing any of its deadly potency.

In his hriller, terrorists stumble across his new, fully lethal strain and while the world fearfully watches the growing epidemic in West Africa as Sierra Leone goes into country-wide lockdown, only a few Americans are aware of Ebola K and the fear it poses—to be the deadliest pandemic in the history of humankin.

an they do nything to protect themselves from his killer disease? Can they stop the terrorists?
Year of the Publication
Available Languages
Asin
B00NEDGH5C
Number of Pages
292
Original Title of the Book
Ebola K: Book 1
Publication Date
Published September 7th 2014 by Beezle Publishing

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Anothe little villag in Africa is sick and the college students taking a save-the-world JYA are in over their heads.

In startling coincidence one of those students has an older brother who would lso like to change world, but even for wors.

Three and a half stars happily rounded up.I 'd like to thank Randy from Horror Aficionados for his tireless lists of free kindle books.

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Appropriately timed fiction that is a breath away from realityI hate reading thrillers that twist and turn so much, one needs a roadmap to navigate the story.

Each person infected becomes an unwitting part of anothe tory, et another walking time bomb of disease.We need only to look awa at the past, when European settlers brought the diseases of whites to the pristine hores of the New World.

We fai to consider is fiction is just a future reality that has n't been written yet.

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Seriously, it ca n't end like that and make me wait until " late fall 2014 " for the first nove in a series.

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Another is so current it could have been pulle from today 's headlines.

It has to be said that this as a fictional story where the author wa the Ebola mutate into an airborne virus, which please God never happens in reality.

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My review: The writing was mediocre and the plot was ok, but there were o many bothersome things about the characters that it ndermined my enjoyment of this book.Warning: I am about to rant, so if you love the book you probably would n't read any further.Austin, a predictably blue-eyed American, is spending time abroad for college as a teacher of Ugandan children.

One of the jihadists knows him from school in Denver, and although he supposedly hates America and the American lifestyle, Austin is the one person that helped tutor him in math and treated him nice.

his same Austin, who is someho completely selfless, does n't tell Emmanuel and his son who find him in the woods and care for him, that he has Ebola and it is angerous to be around him with his vomiting and such.

He resolves to dooms day prep, which is fine, but when he hought this, it frustrated me: nstead, he 'd open his gun safe and decide that his odds were better going to ouse of the guy who 'd put the Obama sticker on the back of his car while living in one of the reddest counties in the country.

Unless you wanted your family killed.I did n't like Najid or his terrorist buddies, which is how it is intended to e.

I could n't have cared if Austin 's entire family contracted Ebola and died miserable deaths.

Except for what I read in the preface from the author: Ebola is a errible disease that -- even as I rea this story -- is gruesomely killing people just like you and me, except for the act that they ha n't lucky enough to be born in an affluent country.Over a million dollars was spent on the healt of Thomas Duncan and he till did n't survive.

If you kno to ave discussion about how the Western world has n't done enough to help our West African brethren, I 'll believe.

However anting to die does n't kee you a filthy American pig.The only sympathetic characters in a nove ere the poor townspeople of Kapchorwa and the medical staff who tried to help them.Finally, I see to like cliffhangers, but to end book mid-thought -- that is so Peter Van Houten of The Fault in Our Stars.

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