Top positive review
August 30, 2016
I enjoyed this book. I, like the author have always been interested in medical matters and thoroughly enjoyed my college microbiology class
This book is in a way similar to "The Stand" by Stephen King and "Outbreak" by Robin Cook in that they all deal with unknown biological outbreaks of new diseases that are catastrophic to mankind. This story goes a little deeper into how to prevent being infected by the virus. It follows the family of Cole Evans as they try to get to an island Cole owns in Lake Michigan. Cole and his brother's family have an easier time of it than his son Hunter who is at college in Colorado when the virus begins to spread. Therefore it follows Hunter more closely after the remaining family reaches the island.
This book is well written and has good pacing, but ends rather abruptly. There is a sufficient amount of details describing the action and sufficient dialogue. I will look for the next installment when it is published, hopefully early 2017.