Mad World: Epidemic
The Black Plague is ancient history. It killed 100 million people nearly seven centuries ago, halfway around the world from the technologically advanced research center at Stanford University. Scientists there have recently begun examining samples of bone marrow from plague-infected corpses... show more
The Black Plague is ancient history. It killed 100 million people nearly seven centuries ago, halfway around the world from the technologically advanced research center at Stanford University. Scientists there have recently begun examining samples of bone marrow from plague-infected corpses unearthed in Europe. All the necessary safeguards are in place. What could go wrong? Alyssa and Jake are away with their class on a highly anticipated year-end trip to Broadway with their senior acting class when all hell breaks loose at home. Traveling back, and trying to find their families, they encounter deadly results. Riots are breaking out. People are being evacuated. And they have no idea what's happening to their families. Horrific ordeals, heart-pounding tragedy, and chance encounters harden them for what lies ahead. Faced with tormenting decisions, they're forced to follow their instinct for survival at any cost - even when the cost is a heart-wrenching decision of life or death. A harrowing adventure of frightening discoveries, horrifying confrontations and narrow escapes in Epidemic, the first installment of the Mad World series. Find out what's got everyone so terrified.
Publish date: July 28th 2012
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
Series: Mad World (#1)
Wow! What a way to start this year! First, let me start by saying that this was the very first book I have ever read that is entirely filled with zombies and ONLY zombies. No other supernatural creatures. Go ahead, gasp in horror, I'll wait. :P *clears throat*The first thing that I loved about this ...
Let me start by thanking the author for giving me a copy of this book to review for the upcoming book tour.Now, let me really start with the only thing I didn't get ... the cover. What's with the lightening? It has nothing to do with the story. It is a cool picture ... but really?Ok, now that that i...
I do not read a lot of books about zombies. They are not something I enjoy reading about. However, I love reading apocalypse books. It is entertaining reading how others think about how the world will either change or end. This book is the first in the series. It starts out with teenagers on a ...
I was given a copy of this book by the author in return for an honest review.I haven't read many zombie books, but of the handful I have read, this book stands out.Alyssa is a 17 year old who, along with her class mates, is on a class year-end trip to Broadway. She is an emotionally strong teenager,...
Almost a novella in length, Mad World: Epidemic fits quite a story into its 160 pages - as the students make it home to find their families are gone and some seriously deranged people are wandering about their neighbourhood, they pick up a few stragglers and set off to the main evacuation point in L...
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