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Made it about a third of the way through this before I got too annoyed with its stupidity and quit view spoiler Tipping point 1 The WHO is, on flimsy and circumstantial evidence regarding the source of the disease, going to slaughter a population of monkeys and then announce that they ve wiped out the illness And these are supposed to be smart people.
Tipping point 2 The protagonist, after spending the beginning of the book lusting after and ogling all the young women he encounters including the young daughter of an old friend hops into bed with the grief stricken sister of the first victim Who is probably 20 years his junior It s just.
yuck hide spoiler Fans Of Michael Crichton And Dan Brown An Exciting, Intelligent Thriller, Based On A Terrifying True Story, That Will Leave You Breathless When A Young Woman In New York City Dies Mysteriously After A Trip To Europe, Top Epidemiologist Lowell Kaplan Identifies The Cause Of Death As The Marburg Virus A Fatal Strain That Has Surfaced Only Once Before In HistoryDetermined To Trace The Source Of The Disease, Kaplan Follows A Trail Of Intrigue From The [Stanley Johnson] ☆ The Virus [read-for-school PDF] Ebook Epub Download Í Labs Of Germany To The Jungles Of Central Africa But Powerful Forces Are Conspiring Against Him, Determined To Keep The Secrets Of The Virus S Origin Kept Deliberately Under Wraps And With A Global Epidemic On The Rise, Kaplan Must Go To Unimaginable Lengths To Save Mankind In The Virus, Author Stanley Johnson devises a convoluted plot as insidious as the threat of biological warfare which the book portrays A young girl dies of a rare and mysterious virus Her last words are green monkeys If you are a scientist and believe you ve identified the source of a potential epidemic that could wipe out entire populations, what would you do In a horrifying solution based on erroneous information, the situation unravels at an alarming pace, sending deadly tentacles all over the globe I have to say up front, The Virus is a scary book not in the sense of things that go bump in the night scary, but in the sense of events that could be transpiring in our world of which we are totally unaware The scariest thing is, because we live in a scary world, I can totally envision every bit of it happening.
It wasn t plague which Kaplan feared They knew how to deal with plague I Ö The Virus Ö Okay, this book had me a little creeped out But I absolutely loved it It s a page turner you don t want to miss I want to spill such a huge spoiler, but I won t I m telling you go get this book Received for an honest review I could not connect with the characters at all It was ok at first but it started going on a weird romance with the deceased girls sister and it lost me The sister I can t even remember her name was not someone I could like at all Her views are so oposite to mine that I had a hard time even reading this I gave up when she was introduced I might pick it back up and give a better review if I decide to finish but for now I can t.
This was an okay novel with a strong beginning to get you hooked but the search for the cause of The Virus was a bit long and tedious But it gave some incite into the work of an epidemiologist The characters were okay but the romance was unnecessary.



In The Virus, Author Stanley Johnson devises a convoluted plot as insidious as the threat of biological warfare which the book portrays A young girl dies of a rare and mysterious virus Her last words are green monkeys If you are a scientist and believe you ve identified the source of a potential epidemic that could wipe out entire populations, what would you do In a horrifying solution based on erroneous information, the situation unravels at an alarming pace, sending deadly tentacles all over the globe I have to say up front, The Virus is a scary book not in the sense of things that go bump in the night scary, but in the sense of events that could be transpiring in our world of which we are totally unaware The scariest thing is, because we live in a scary world, I can totally envision every bit of it happening.
It wasn t plague which Kaplan feared They knew how to deal wi Note This is a re issue of a book originally published in 1982.
The premise of this story, the possibility of a deadly pandemic, is what initially drew me in to The Virus and, for the most part, I was not disappointed although there were some stumbling blocks The story is noticeably dated in some ways as it was first published in 1982 but I wasannoyed by some of the actual writing Over and over again, the author uses characters full names, i.
e.
, Susan Wainwright or Lowell Kaplan, both of which are repeated multiple times Once or twice is sufficient we do not need to be told a character s full name endlessly Mr Johnson is not a first time novelist when this is being re issued, hopefully with some re editing, and should know better.
Mr Johnson also takes some very broad liberties with his descriptions of the original Marburg o