In 1989 the Ebola virus mutated to into an airborne strain that infected humans for the first time on American soil in Reston, Virginia. Through belated containment efforts and luck, nobody died.
Now, in the remote East African village of Kapchorwa, the Ebola virus has mutated into another airborne strain without losing any of its deadly potency.
In this thriller, terrorists stumble across this new, fully lethal strain and while the world fearfully watches the growing epidemic in West Africa as Sierra Leone goes into country-wide lockdown, only a few Americans are aware of Ebola K and the danger it poses—to be the deadliest pandemic in the history of mankind.
Can they do anything to protect themselves from this killer disease? Can they stop the terrorists?
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By Alan on 10-08-15
Avoid at all costs
This book was shallow, predictable, repetitive. The dialog was laughable. The characters were boilerplate. The narration was poor. It was NOT represented as a Book 1 in a series. I slogged through it to be done with it. IT ENDED PRACTICALLY IN MID-SENTENCE. There was no denouement whatsoever. It was completely obvious that it was just a device to prompt you to buy more. I'm NOT going to buy the second in a series of bad books. I have almost 500 titles in my library and this is just the second time I've taken Audible up on their return policy.
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By SquirrelGirl on 18-10-14
I REALLY liked this one...thrilling!
Would you consider the audio edition of Ebola K: A Terrorism Thriller to be better than the print version?
I think that the audiobook really brings the book to life. I've listened to other audiobooks, and I think the narration on this one is really great...this is a terrible situation we're in with Ebola, and the narrator has a sensitivity to his voice that brings the reader into the story and really emphasizes the suffering going on in Africa.
What did you like best about this story?
The book was great...I love how it weaves current events into a really exciting and thought-provoking story. I also loved the characters.
What about Adam Verner’s performance did you like?
Adam just has a really smooth voice. I like to listen to audiobooks in my art studio, and the pace is great. I can work and concentrate on what I'm doing while being able to follow the story. A lot of other stories seem to be really fast...this one's perfect.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I thought the terrorists were particularly interesting. I think we all have stereotypes from the media in our minds, and I was surprised by a "moment of conscience" experienced by one of the jihadists when he realizes he's gotten himself in too deep.
Any additional comments?
I would highly recommend this one...
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