Eco-tourist Jonah Brooks stumbles into a nightmare as he's snared in an East African quarantine zone. Black Nile hemorrhagic virus rampages through the rain forest like a feral beast.
It burns through the human population with a terrifying kill rate; and everyone in the medical group sent to study it lies dead in their camp.
It's not the tour package that Jonah signed up for.
©2011 Michael Angel and J.D. Cutler (P)2012 Banty Hen Publishing
This was my first book from Audible and I greatly enjoyed listening to the it. This is the best way to read now. I listened at work since I am not able to really read while I work I can hear it. I would re-listen to it as a matter of fact I did listen to it twice.
For me it was when we found out why some were sick and others did not get it and how it traveled.
The way this book was read was as if you were being told by person experiencing it first hand and had all the proper expression in it.
This book almost made me cry. It is intense and strongly told.
If I had more money ALL my books would be like this book - an audio book.
Report Inappropriate Content