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The Eleventh Plague by Jeff Hirsch
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Apr 30, 2012

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Read in March, 2012

The Eleventh Plague by Jeff Hirsch (March 9, 2012) In a war between the United States and
China, China drops a bomb containing a deadly strain of influenza. Most of the population dies and the landscape is left wartorn and desolate. Stephen Quinn, a salvager who travels the east coast on foot to find anything he (and his family) can sell for food, loses his grandfather and father. By mistake, he finds a hidden community of people who have survived the disease and have set up a gated community of houses that have not suffered the ravages of war. A family takes him in and he meets a girl and falls in love. Because of a prank he pulls, destruction comes to the community and he must right the wrong he has brought upon the community. Humanity is resilient. Starting over does not have to mean something horrible. It means a second chance to try to do things right.


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