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I really both 'infected' novels. Scary Perry D. Gets the job done. It's a fast read with lots of action.Published 23 days ago by Eric Bailey
Creepily good. Look out for those outer space genetic manipulators. They'll get under your skin.Published 1 month ago by john watters
Greatest writer since Steven King !!! keeps you up all night reading might just have to call in sick.Published 2 months ago by ciler retnuh
The most terrifying horror novels aren't the ones that are outlandish and full of overly detailed gore. They're the ones that are the most believable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by burnthedrapes
After the first book, this story starts to drag on longer than I feel like it needs to. It was really fascinating at first, but when they find out what the triangles are, I thought... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great follow up to an excellent first book. A creepy thoughtful story that has possibilities?Published 3 months ago by Christopher Dunn
A friend recommended Infected so I bought it. As a writer myself, I picked it apart a bit but overall, it was entertaining. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Ellinger-Hunt
Excellent book! Good story line and felt bad about some of the characters. Looking forward to the next book! Holds your attention.Published 3 months ago by Ms Slingshot