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Like thousands of others, I thought I could write romance, but soon discovered I was a dismal failure. I did increase my repertoire of adjectives such as throbbing, pulsing, thrumming, vibrating, hammering, pumping . . .
I live in the country north of Atlanta with my husband, and two molly-coddled cats. My two grown sons occasionally visit for clean laundry and a hot cooked meal.
Top Customer Reviews
I kept thinking that at some point the characters would be led back to the original storyline but instead the writer threw everything and the kitchen sink into the plot. Maybe the idea was to confuse things but over the next few chapters we were introduced to: bikers itching for a fight, rocket launchers, a house collapse, stolen motor home, Really nasty moonshine made from sweet potatoes, a forest fire, septic tank clean-out truck adapted to carry fuel, biosphere, rice paddie, and on and on. None of them helped the story hang together, that is for sure!
Even at that point I tried to give the book a fair shot; and then the sexist language, four letter words and lecherous behavior started. Give me a break.
What a total waste of time. I stopped reading when a character hires leather clad cowboys to get his revenge on some of the virus survivors. That was the last straw for me; mark this one a disappointing waste. I have no idea how it has almost 4 stars from any reader. And it really had next to nothing to do with a pandemic. Bad; very bad; and it makes it into my "Groaningly Bad" category.
By Marsha Cornelius
The world is hit by a killer virus H10-N1, (AGAIN) the main characters are this CDC (centre for disease control) Doctor Sanchez and this driver Rick DeAngelo. Rick the driver at this emergency medical centre in New York turns out to be this highly resourceful chap, the kind of guy to have around at the end of the world kind.
Rick teams up with doctor Sanchez, and they set out on this quest of adventure and survival in a stolen van, (yes the doctor steals a van).
They encounter along the way zombie like walking dead, (victims of the virus) dogs, snipers and pregnant hillbillies some attack their van others ask for help.
This new reality comes across as you read the book, you can't help thinking this may be more fact than fiction, this may actually be the "new reality" that we find ourselves in after a major incident involving NBC weapons.
The pair become an unlikely kind of Bonnie and Clyde of the Medical world on the run from the Government.
The story builds as they weave in and out of the dead body strewn streets. I found the tension between the breast loving Rick and the sexy doctor Sanchez interesting because they have to work as team if they want to survive. When the mutual contempt and rivalry peak they both find that they are both in danger, so they must cooperate.
The intellectual point at the core of the book is ever present mob mentality. looters first steal the TV OK motive theft, but the big question is why do they have to burn down the store? Why go mad raping and killing and acting like animals?
The riots in the UK came only weeks before I read the book.Read more ›
This is also recommendable because it uses little foul language and doesn't have graphic sexual detail.
M.R. Cornelius is an excellent writer and I found no technical flaws with her story. Her research is impeccable, her character development infallible and her plot line plausible. I applaud Cornelius for combining the post-apocalyptic adventure genre with the romance genre; unfortunately the combination just didn't work for me. From the numerous glowing reviews it did work for a lot of readers. H1ON1 is a good story just not a great one.
This one's not for me. I really wanted to like it, but couldn't.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just finished this book. I really enjoyed the book, I thought the characters were well developed and I enjoyed tagging along on their adventure.Published 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
I am a sucker for post apocalyptic books and I really enjoyed this one. It was non-stop action for the most part. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is another great one by M. R. Cornelius. I can't wait for her next one to come out. This author has never let me down.Published 4 months ago by MamaB
When I first started the novel, I found myself very invested and excited. I love end of the world fiction. But as it progressed, I found myself becoming bored. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anastacia Kontz
I liked it. Reminded me of the movie, Contagion, y'know with the whole pandemic theme. lol. A little sappy at points and relationships a little rushed but I guess when people are... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Elyse
H10N1 by M.R. Cornelius has been on my Kindle for a long time. When I first started reading over a year ago, I stopped. I did this a couple of times, actually. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Reader
This book was amazing. It wasn't about zombies like I thought but people were dying from a horrible sickness. It was basically the apocalypse. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kindle Customer
Okay, not bad but not great either. The beginning was catchy and exciting but it sort of died down a bit towards the middle and end. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Carmen
This isn't bad, but it isn't great, either. It's the typical end of the world scenario, this time with bioterrorism. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Readsalot
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