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All of humanity will get the virus.
Who dies and who lives depends on her.
Can Cady convince anyone that the virus to end all viruses is about to be released? Or will she have to quarantine her family and hope that at least their small haven will be spared?
One loss, and then another and another bombard Cady and her small family and she realizes no one is safe.
When the creator of the virus reaches out to Cady and offers her information and a way to protect her family, Cady has to choose between convincing others of their danger or saving herself and her loved ones. With too much at stake, Cady might make the wrong choice…
Why would you want to survive while the rest of the world is gone?
Grab this thriller and jump into the apocalypse. Hold your breath! Paulson will take you for a ride.
I listened to the Audible version of this book, and wow!! I wasn't too sure about the narrator at first, but she quickly grew on me, and I loved it!
Cady (I think I spelled that right...) is a study of contradictions. She muses about how to kill the whole world, while at the same time not wishing death on anyone. To me, this makes her feel more real, more human and flawed, which endeared her to me. Jackson, on the other hand.... well, someone tell him I know how to make tamales and somewhat how to survive, so maybe he'll spare me!
I really enjoyed this book. It's not action filled, as it's the introduction and is actually starting from before the beginning, and I really love that about it. The plot unfolds nicely, while somewhat predictable in certain aspects, but that didn't make it boring or anything of the sort for me.
The ending came a bit more abruptly than I was anticipating, but that's okay!
If you enjoy sci-fi and apocalyptic tales, I recommend this! I know I'll be continuing on with the series!
Bob say: 4 Platypires!