Review of H10N1 by M. R. Cornelius


Two reviews in one day! No I haven’t been reading them both at the same time, I just hadn’t got around to writing this review.
I downloaded this book for free following a recommendation. My attention was grabbed immediately from the beginning. How the few overcome adversity. H10N1 is a deadly flu virus, with no vaccine to counteract it. People either died horribly from the virus, or they never became sick in the first place. There was no in-between, no eventual recovery. The story follows two people who escape the city and are living through the catastrophe and how they manage to survive. They meet up with looters and gangs, having to continually defend their property and their vehicle. The story seems to fizzle out about half way through and I lost interest, which is a shame because it had the makings of a very good story.


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