Sunday, September 25, 2011

REVIEW OF EMINENT PLAGUE BY DON LOWELL

What would happen if a super bug infested the world? What would you do? Mr. Lowell has written a novel that is suspenseful, creepy and realistic.  Eminent Plague follows the life a survivor as he tries to rebuild the world around him.

About the Book-

After years of staggering from one global disaster to the next, humanity faces what will perhaps be its final enemy: the epidemic ''Heavy'' and its aftermath. Aided by human folly, apathy, and arrogance, the Heavy has wiped out most of the planet's population, and with it, all semblance of civilization. A few, scattered bands of survivors are left to pick up the pieces and rebuild--if they can.


My Thoughts-

I have read many novels about plaques but this novel was quite different. It was written through the eyes of a survivor and how he carried on after the epidemic. In reading the book, I was drawn into the story and I felt that I was right there witnessing all of the events. The book was complex but easy to read and the author's writing style was fantastic. I read the book rather quickly and while I did get upset during some of the parts, I enjoyed the book. I recommend that you read the book and experience the feelings of the survivors for your self.





Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of the book as a member of the Dorrance Publishing Review Team. Visit dorrancebookstore.com to learn how you can become a member of the Book Review Team. 

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