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- Print Length: 440 pages
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- Publisher: Bobby Adair; 1.2 edition (February 24, 2015)
- Publication Date: February 24, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00R0IM2OM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,792 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Amazon, but rarely books that I read on my kindle. The "Ebola" terrorism book was SO good I had to purchase "Ebola K" the 2nd tome as soon as I finished Adair's first book. WOW! If you want to read a really SCARY and unsettling book that is so much more POSSIBLE than my usual
Zombie literature.....read this series from the first. "Ebola" on. The second book is much more disquieting than the first. And I mean REALLY
freaky and more frightening than any Zombie tale that I have ever read.
These story lines are totally based on scientific reality. As Adair makes very clear in his introduction. Everything is completely accurate EXCEPT one important element. I'm not spoiling that element of horror so you will have to read these books yourself to find out what make these stories so unsettling.
The writing is crisp, the use of language is to be commended. The editing is very good (I found only one spelling error). But most exciting of all is
the wonderful character development. You really get to know and care (or hate) these people who inhabit these stories. Well done Mr Adair!
I can't wait to read the 3rd "Ebola" so I'm finishing this review and buying that book right NOW!
One will become acquainted with Austin Cooper and his father, Paul who makes a decision that may appear strange to many. Action appears in multiple locations in Africa as well as the United States. The US government also has a role in the release of data to the general public. How quickly this airborne Ebola K spreads given the right conditions. I will admit to having a chuckle when the nurse in Dallas was talking with her patient. The Doctor had told him that his hospital stay would be two days. When the nurse realized that he didn't have insurance she told him he would be going home that night! I also thought that Austin's trek to Mbale was incredible - especially the part with the ants. Ouch!
All in all, an excellent and engrossing read that contains lots of action and thrills from the beginning to the end.
Most highly recommended.
Holy cow! I had expected awesome from this awesome author. I didn't know there was a level beyond awesomeness. That is until I read this book.
I loved the first in the series and anxiously (yet patiently) awaited this newest adventure. I wasn't disappointed at all. Except when the book came to an end and now I have to anxiously and patiently await the final book of the series.
Wow. Just ... wow. Bobby definitely researched this disease (and other communicable diseases) and made a story SO BELIEVABLE it's absolutely horrifically frightening. Especially when he specifically details viruses mutating... I literally got the chills.
There are some sad parts (always have to have some, I suppose), and there were funny parts, and definitely dark parts, and always suspenseful parts (hence why I couldn't select ONE mood of the book).... and add it all together and you have ONE BIG AWESOME ...
Thank you Bobby Adair for not disappointing me.
And folks... if you don't buy this book? You're missing out.
Less short version: Mr. Adair is a true craftsman. He tells an eminently plausible EOTWAWKI tale that is very well written, very well edited and is a genuine pleasure to read.
The characters are well drawn and the dialogue is natural and believable. The narrative flows well and smoothly, and there are no plot holes, logical disconnects, or suspension of disbelief issues.
It encompasses evil great and small, poor decisions and the fallout they generate, and Big Government's efforts to contain and ameliorate the pandemic whilst not panicking the mushrooms (first rule of government of the people, by the people, and for the people is DON'T TELL THE PEOPLE!)
This is a particularly excellent read, and it moves very quickly. Had to force myself to put it down to attend to barnyard chores and tasks of daily living.
Frankly, this book makes me want to order more freeze dried food, Tyvek suits, gas mask filters, and ammo.