- File Size: 2753 KB
- Print Length: 297 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XKTGS5N
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As an avid reader of all book genres, sometimes I feel my own reluctance as I approach the end of a book. A good ending seems to be quite an art of the pen and paper. When I realized Decimation was coming to a close, I braced. As I read the last paragraphs, I felt this author nailed the perfect ending. I would add the word satisfying except due to the nature of the ending, that would be a bit cruel on this readers part. He also was able to end the book, but leave it open enough for a sequel. I do hope there is a sequel Richard T. Burke.
It is the year 2032 and our main character is a teenaged female named Antimone she had been looking forward to competing in the Paralympics, but instead she is 9 months pregnant and has THE virus. This mutated virus caused women to die in childbirth. No mother has yet to survive childbirth. But there is always an exception. Can the exception be the key to finding the cure and save the human race? For this reason, the cure is a billion dollar race for ruthless drug companies to find the panacea so to speak.
I found this novel, unique, fast paced and somewhat disturbing with all the betrayal involved.
My only complaint about the book is that, it seems that technology would be a bit more advanced 15 years into the future than this novel portrayed.
I'll be waiting for the sequel.
But above all, as a wheelchair user myself, I just loved the way this book deals with disability, wheelchair use, etc etc. Spot on!!
I would definitely pick recommend that you read this book if Sci-fi is your genre of choice you won't be disappointed.