Ninety percent of the world's population has been obliterated by war. October 25, 2036, North Korea struck. The virus inside the bomb was named "Omega Virus" because it brought about the end. The remaining 10 percent of the population has taken to the streets fighting to stay alive, fighting for hope.
©2014 D. Manuel Mendonca (P)2014 D. Manuel Mendonca
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5 out of 5 stars
By Sarah on 16-09-15

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If you could sum up Omega Virus in three words, what would they be?

Intriguing, modern, epic

What did you like best about this story?

It feels like something that could happen so easily

Which character – as performed by Nicholas Minadeo – was your favourite?

My favorite would have to be Fanny, she just seemed so sweet and innocent

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When the boy sacrificed himself to save everybody else in the wearhouse

Any additional comments?

Really good story, really well read, im not sure i agree with the ending but i still loved it

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1 out of 5 stars
By Forgettable Woman on 05-10-17

I couldn't survive the horror of this book.

First, there's no mention of zombies in the book description, but by chapter 2, there they were. I hate zombies. Zombies will never be, and they're boring. Second, this reader is the absolute worst. His female voices were laughably bad, and his male voices were forced into a deeper register and monotone. The narration was done in a distracting sing-song with the emphasis on the wrong words. I couldn't even make it through chapter 4, I'm sorry to say. The characters were not described, except for the tan man who kept the group focused on what needed to be done. Tan. Really fleshed that one out. By chapter 4, I should at least have known who they were and what they looked like, a little something about their personality. The virus was not described except that the death was agonizing. The virus was dispensed, it killed off most of the world's population within the first chapter, and it was a short chapter. By chapter 4, they were running out of food and water and surviving on roots. I couldn't take any more. Even if you love zombie stories, you may want to think twice before purchasing this one.

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