Biohazard: A Dark Christmas

Rated 2.00/5 based on 1 reviews
When an American military cargo plane carrying top secret medical supplies hits a lightning storm off the coast of Nigeria, the chief pilot, Captain O’Riley, and his copilot decide to dump their cargo and save their lives. However, what they could never have conceived is that they had sentenced a whole nation to a fate so dreadful that painful death would have been a mercy… More

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About Kachi Ugo

Writing has always been my passion. When I was twelve, while my mates still flipped through picture books and comics, I took an interest in thick-sized, picture-less “story books” that opened me up to a whole new world of possibilities and adventures. However, I did not publish my first book until my second year in Pharmacy School when I’d usually learn about drugs in the day and write fiction in the night.
I love writing because I relish the power it gives to create a world of my own where anything and everything is possible. I guess this explains my proclivity for the fantastical.

About the Series: Biohazard
When an American military cargo plane carrying top secret medical supplies hits a lightning storm off the coast of Nigeria, the chief pilot, Captain O’Riley, and his copilot decide to dump their cargo and save their lives. As cargo MH-XZ424G hurtles through the thunder ridden night towards the densely populated cities of Akwa-Ibom, the two pilots escape death at the merciless hands of the harsh weather. However, what they could never have conceived is that they had sentenced a whole nation to a fate so dreadful that painful death would have been a mercy…

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Reviews

Review by: James Jenkins on Sep. 1, 2017 :
Impossible, combined with implausible. I read 10% before putting it down.

The fictional plane can carry a 400 ton payload, while the largest payload in the real world is 150 tons (Antonov An-124).

The crew knows there is a brief case size package in the center of the 400 tons, how?
(review of free book)
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