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The Last Plague

3.17 of 5 stars 3.17  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  6 reviews
A young girl is brought into Dr. Douglas Hunter's ER one night with her abdomen ripped open. One of her ovaries has been stolen; the other is as hard and black as coal. When the bodies of more young girls are discovered, their ovaries also missing, Dr. Hunter and his family of adopted misfits find themselves unwittingly drawn into a dark plot of government intrigue and bib ...more
Paperback, 440 pages
Published June 1st 2008 by Synergy Books
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Sarah Sammis
The Apocalypse series by Glen E. Page begins with The Last Plague. The blurb on the back makes the book sound like a medical thriller and although there is a doctor involved, and a mysterious illness involving blackened ovaries, that's the extent of the medical thriller part of this book.

In fact, the book is more like Christian speculative fiction like the Left Behind series and I would love to see Slacktivist's take on The Last Plague. There is certainly lots of material for analysis as Trin no
A mysterious girl is brought into the ER. She is mutilated. One of her ovaries has been surgically removed. The other has turned hard and black. Soon after, other young girls are found, all with black ovaries. Later on in the story, we learn that they all had the AIDS virus as well.

These black ovaries, the mountain people, secret medical experiments in Nazi Germany, and the creation of the AIDS virus. Is there a link? So begins a mystery that will change perception of everything. It’s a conspir
Haralambi Markov
“The Last Plague” by Glen Page is the opening novel in a series, which presents a new scenario on the Biblical apocalypse and offers a great treat to all conspiracy theorists out there. I enjoyed this novel although it took me around 200 pages to get into it, which is saying much since the novel is 440 pages all in all. But let’s start at the beginning.

My opinion on the cast of characters and their connection to each other is that “The Last Plague” resembles a mystical soap opera with a great ro
The book had a unique plot. It jumped around a little too much for me. I gave it 4 stars but one star is because I know the author and I grew up in the area. It has a religious underlined theme to it. It is the classic good vs evil type book with difference characters. I will probably continue to read the series just out of pure curiosity. It was well written for a first time author and set up the next book nicely. There are a lot of characters in this book and most of them did not hold my inter ...more
Pam Romero
Very interesting take on the last days...totally different than anything else I've read. But Good. Lots of characters to keep track of.
I enjoyed this one because it is set in the area I live.
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