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The Deadliest Plague
Due to profligate use of antibiotics, increasingly germs and virus are becoming drug resistant. This situation is made even more dangerous by rapid air travel moving diseases from one country to another. One day some of these diseases may meet up inside a suitable body and mutate. Mutate into something we have no resistance too. This is what might happen.
Kindle Edition, 378 pages
Published 2013 by Amazon
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A very engaging book although I do have to agree with other reviews I have seen - it contains a lot of typos and that may be off-putting for some who can't concentrate easily. The details are very good, as are the settings but be prepared for some corny scenes and sexual innuendos. Enough said, despite the cons mentioned above, the pros dominated and I really enjoyed reading this - a second book of which I procured the sample and when finished, I bought the book without hesitation.
I liked the overall story. Of course, I'm a sucker for apocalyptic plague scenarios. What does that say about me? Maybe I don't want to know...anyway...I couldn't give it more than 2 stars because of the crazy number of typos, the grammar problems, and the tendency for problems to get wrapped up a little too neatly. Also, a little foreshadowing is a great tool; too much foreshadowing is simply spoiling the plot of your own book.