What an interesting story
3.75 out of 5 stars
This was interesting in many ways. The story itself seemed to be pretty well thought out and planned, but the way it was accomplished confused me a little. The amount in the story actually about Ebola (for a book that’s named “Ebola A New Rise”) was very little. Actually almost non-existent. Sure, there were a few scenes, and yes this was a short story, but still — it was missing a lot about Ebola for the title.
Also, there are some spelling and typographical errors (I just recently downloaded it, so I had the most recent edition). Honestly, I think some of them are just from the transfer process to Amazon. Some of the contractions were weird, and there were just a few spelling/wrong word errors.
The turn that this book took genuinely surprised me. It was interesting, to say the least. I don’t know how I feel about it. I didn’t hate it, but I didn’t love it either. I guess you’ll just have to check it out for yourself when you have 15-20 minutes.
A very different take on what could happen with the Dallas Ebola Outbreak and the future of the entire human race. This is the story of 2 people that live regular everyday lives coming from different paths of life. Their future collide to define one of the possible futures of our species.
Rebecca and Jarred find each other in the midst of very complicated conditions with Ebola getting out of control and taking over the entire planet, the outbreak takes humanity to the brink of insanity until evolution finally kicks in. Values break down to the bare survival instinct while they both share a tale of hardships and love that takes human interaction to the next level.
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