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2016 Book Pipeline Competition Semifinalist
"A taut, well-paced narrative that not only meets the expectations of the genre, but comes across as stylistically sound."
2015 Silver Medal EVVY award for Literary and Contemporary fiction from Colorado Independent Publishers Association
A smallpox epidemic begins in a whisper with a single death, and then the name of the victim surfaces: Abdulaziz al-Sherhi. In a nation rich in imagination, this name requires none at all. In the weeks that follow, the epidemic fears crescendo into a national roar. People panic about dying from this horrific terrorist-incited disease and clamor for a vaccination. The federal government lurches along, hurriedly creating more vaccines to meet the demand.
Maggie Rider, a weary road warrior for a high-tech company, submits to the shot only to realize this is no ordinary immunization. Her husband, Eddy, posts his suspicions about this deeply sinister government requirement to his web site.
Now he’s a target.
And Maggie is the bait.
The technology is real. Washington is corrupt. It’s only a matter of time before this isn’t just an intriguing idea for a political thriller.
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By Bernadette McKoy on 06-22-18
Beware of Technology
I listened to a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. I enjoyed this book it was an great listening experience. It is centered around a husband and wife leading the charge to take down big brother as the government seeks to implant a tracking device in every human being under the guise of mandatory vaccinations. The book is filled with many interesting good and bad characters. This book is another painful reminder of the advances in technology and where we could possibly be heading. The narrator did a good job.
By Deedra on 03-20-18
WOw!This kept my attention to the end!A smallpox epidemic is the reason for a new vaccine.The information given to get the vaccine is all your information.Can the government track you through a shot?Scarey futuristic stuff! Caroline McLaughlin was the perfect narrator.“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”