With his child's life hanging in the balance, scientist Weston Anderson races the spread of a deadly flu virus accidentally unleashed on the American public. However, his efforts to contain this vicious killer that he created are thwarted by a major U.S. drug company and government operatives hoping to use it as a tool for biological warfare. But before he can save the world, he must first save his 8-month-old daughter, Reilly.
Exposed to the virus and now in the hands of kidnappers trying to create a cover up, Reilly's life slips further out of Weston's hands with every passing moment. Can Weston save the world and his daughter? Or must he make the ultimate sacrifice?
©2012 Lynne M. Smelser (P)2012 Lynne M. Smelser
Smelser made a huge mistake reading this book herself. I don't mean to be rude, but my 8 year old son reads with more fluidity. It was horrible! I don't mind a weak story, but this was by far the worst narration I have come across and I read a lot.
Most likely not.
Poor characterization, stuttering, repeating entire sentences and just an obvious lack of reading skill.
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