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The book starts out a bit slow but turns into a nail-biter after that. This is the first book I can recall reading where I actually cheered out loud for one of the characters. Read morePublished 2 months ago by datagod
I read this book cover to cover, no breaks, overnight.
A very well written horror story, made all the more scarier by the fact that it's all true.
Never before in the history of this virus has this book been more relevant. I implore anyone considering reading this book to do so immediately. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jessica
A good read, a page turner even. But the tone is terribly sensationalist and the scientific details are slim to non-existent. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steve Z. Mccauley
so enjoyed the history and writing - makes us all aware that we are not as safe as we think. very well donePublished 10 months ago by judyevelyn
It's really hard to stop reading this novel, very well written. Entertaining and educational... Some descriptions are quite disturbing though, pretty gore in some parts.Published 15 months ago by Nick Fortin
A good way to show us the ew-w-w-y and gooey side of health jounalism. I'm sure I'n not the first to say it reads like a Stephen King novel.Published 19 months ago by Ann Rauhala
Although the book was a bit... "visual" to say the least lol, I looooved this book and I soon looked for other works from the author, although the topic of Ebola emerges in several... Read morePublished on Dec 15 2010 by Nikki J