The first half was fun, and what I expect from a good virus-kills-the-world story.
not the audiobook. the narrator was horrible.
Worth 1088 pages
The encyclopedia Britannica. It is huge in size, filled with everything you want; and, though I felt I knew how it would end, I was only partially right, and the journey took me to places I would never have thought of without it
There is a scene (I'll not describe it here to save from spoilers) Where as I was reading it, the foreshadowing and possibilities and pacing and the political, physical, and emotional danger was high enough, that I could not get my adrenaline to stop. I was literally rushing around and breathing heavily just because of the scene. I even realized this halfway through, and tried to disconnect from the story, but couldn't.
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