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Dystopian/Post-Apocalyptic > H7N9 Penitence - a new flu pandemic post-apocalyptic survival novel

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message 1: by Mark (new)

Mark Campbell (mark_d_campbell) | 2 comments I put out a new novel that is in need of some Amazon / B&N reviews / feedback. If you're interested, let me know.

If interested, I will purchase you a Kindle version or Nook, just let me know which one. All I ask for is an honest review in return on the respective site. I will purchase up to 20 on each site.

The novel H7N9 Penitence deals with a flu pandemic viewed from the eyes of a federal inmate where nowhere to go. It is the first book in a series but can be read by itself with no cliffhanger.

Here is the blurb:

In a small poultry farm located in Delaney, Georgia an antigenic shift causes the H7N9 virus – also known as the deadly bird flu virus - to jump species. The contagion burns through everything in its path despite the federal government’s ham-handed efforts to mask the mutated virus’ true nature. Its unprecedented mortality rates soon paralyze the nation – paving the way for martial law to be established across the country.

Over a thousand miles away at a maximum security penitentiary south of Tucson, Arizona, Inmate Teddy Sanders’ world of structure and routine crumbles to dust, as the virus starts spreading within the confines of the prison’s walls.

As circumstances force Teddy to step out of his comfort zone and form precarious new alliances, will he be able to adapt and survive or will he succumb to the inherent dangers of the new world?

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Regards,

Mark


message 2: by Mark (new)

Mark Campbell (mark_d_campbell) | 2 comments I just wanted to let readers know that this offer is still on the table.

I can provide nook or kindle, whichever the reader prefers.

Thank you,

Mark


message 3: by Kitty (new)

Kitty (jasmine-dragon) Hi! I know I'm a little late to the party here, but I would be happy to read your book if you'd like. I can't post reviews on Amazon because I haven't spent $50 there yet, but it looks like Nook doesn't have those restrictions. If you're still willing to provide a copy, I'll be happy to read it and review it on the Nook site as well as here on Goodreads. Let me know!


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