By Scott Sigler
From the acclaimed writer of contaminated comes an epic and exhilarating tale of humanity's mystery conflict opposed to a bad enemy.
Across the USA, a mysterious pathogen transforms traditional humans into raging killers, psychopaths pushed by way of a terrifying, alien schedule. The human race fights again, but after each conflict the ailment responds, adapts, utilizing refined ideas and fabulous ruses to idiot its pursuers. the one attainable rationalization: the epidemic is pushed no longer through evolution yet through a few malevolent intelligence.
Standing by contrast unbelievable danger is a small team, assembled below the strictest secrecy. Their top weapon is hulking former soccer big name Perry Dawsey, left psychologically shattered through his personal struggles with this poor enemy, who possesses an unexplainable skill to find the disease's hosts. Violent and unpredictable, Perry is either the nation's most sensible wish and a terrifying legal responsibility. Hardened CIA veteran Dew Phillips needs to by some means forge a reference to him if they're going to face an opportunity by contrast maddeningly adaptable opponent. along them is Margaret Montoya, a super epidemiologist who fights for a medication while she reels lower than the load of never-ending horrors.
These 3 and their crew have stored humanity within the online game, yet that's now not more than enough anymore, now not while the disorder turns contagious, triggering a quick countdown to Armageddon. in the meantime, different enemies subscribe to the conflict, and a brand new chance -- person who comes from a so much unforeseen resource -- may perhaps finally end up the main risky of all.
Catapulting the reader right into a global the place humanity's lifestyles span is measured in hours and the president's finger hovers over the nuclear button, emerging famous person Scott Sigler takes us on a panoramic, hyper-adrenalized experience jam-packed with terror and jaw-dropping motion. Contagious is a very grand paintings of suspense, technological know-how, and horror from a brand new grasp.
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It was this movement of the dog's, I think, that gave me the first twinge of real fear. I had been considerably startled when the lights burnt first green and then red; but had been momentarily under the impression that the change was due to some influx of noxious gas into the room. Now, however, I saw that it was not so; for the candles burned with a steady flame, and showed no signs of going out, as would have been the case had the change been due to fumes in the atmosphere. I did not move. I felt distinctly frightened; but could think of nothing better to do than wait.