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on Nov. 14, 2011 :
REDACTION by Linda Andrews gave me the chills. She's crafted a scary, well-told tale of what "will" happen to our world "when" the next pandemic hits.
Ms Andrews' story jumps in just as people believe the worst of the pandemic, that's killed over thirty percent of the people infected, is over. How wrong they are. A new wave is about to devastate the fragile remains of society. And there's nothing anyone can do to prevent it. The best they can do is try to be among the one percent predicted to survive.
Ms Andrews story follows five main characters - a scientist, her teenaged niece, a soldier, a young Hispanic boy, and a creepy insurance salesman (love the type-casting here.) Their stories start out separately then merge together as the tension mounts. And boy does it mount!
Sheep. Dogs. Wolves. Lobos. This is how according to one character the human population breaks down after society collapses. Which would you be? All I know is that when the pandemic hits those who die first will be the lucky ones.
So if you want a book that will keep you up reading, and then if you're lucky enough to fall asleep, will give you nightmares, pick up and read REDACTION by Linda Andrews.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)