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Mass Market Paperback The Deadly Messiah Book

ISBN: 0380009692

ISBN13: 9780380009695

The Deadly Messiah

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Book by Hill, David Campbell This description may be from another edition of this product.

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A PLAGUE LIKE NO OTHER...

This is a fast paced, page turning thriller. A wholly plot driven book, there is little character development. So, if one is looking for a literary feast, one should probably look elsewhere. If one is interested in a book with an interesting plot and a somewhat surprising ending, this book fits the bill. In the small town of Bensonville, the unthinkable happens. Everyone suddenly seems to be stricken with illnesses that turn inexplicably fatal. Within hours the town is decimated, as if it were a plague ridden, medieval town. No one knows why. The few survivors are stunned. One of these is Jess Barrett, Rhodes Scholar and Ph.D. He teams up with presidential aide, Micah Maruyama, along with a team of renowned medical doctors to discover the cause of this seemingly inexplicable phenomenon. Enter beautiful and intelligent Vera Norman, a highly respected astrologer, who assists them in unraveling the mystery surrounding this epidemic. It turns out not to be a medical problem, but rather, something far more sinister and intriguing. This book gets off to a running start and simply does not let up. It will appeal to those who enjoy Michael Crichton and Robin Cook novels. as well as to those who simply enjoy a good story.

A PLAGUE LIKE NO OTHER...

This is a fast paced, page turning thriller. A wholly plot driven book, there is little character development. So, if one is looking for a literary feast, one should probably look elsewhere. If one is interested in a book with an interesting plot and a somewhat surprising ending, this book fits the bill. In the small town of Bensonville, the unthinkable happens. Everyone suddenly seems to be stricken with illnesses that turn inexplicably fatal. Within hours the town is decimated, as if it were a plague ridden, medieval town. No one knows why. The few survivors are stunned. One of these is Jess Barrett, Rhodes Scholar and Ph.D. He teams up with presidential aide, Micah Maruyama, along with a team of renowned medical doctors to discover the cause of this seemingly inexplicable phenomenon. Enter beautiful and intelligent Vera Norman, a highly respected astrologer, who assists them in unraveling the mystery surrounding this epidemic. It turns out not to be a medical problem, but rather, something far more sinister and intriguing. This book gets off to a running start and simply does not let up. It will appeal to those who enjoy Michael Crichton and Robin Cook novels. as well as to those who simply enjoy a good story.

My Review

Ignore what the other guy said. I really liked it. It was a book that you never wanted to put down . I am not much of a reader but I really enjoyed it.
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