On a late spring day, the United States of America is hit with a biological terror attack that brings the nation to her knees. The virus is deadly and highly contagious. It spreads like wildfire, infecting, and killing almost everyone it hits.
In order to prevent the worldwide spread of the disease and for the preservation of all mankind, the United States of America is shut down. Quarantined from and by the rest of the world for a period of five years or until a cure is found.
In the interest of the human race, those who remain inside the isolated United States are forgotten and left to fend for themselves until the quarantine is lifted.
This is a journal documentation of just a few of those survivors, those abandoned and left behind to witness the end of the once Greatest Nation in the World, the United States of America.
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Enjoyed it for the narration.
I listened to the narration done by David Dietz. There is a good chance I wouldn't have enjoyed this book as much as I did if I had read the book instead. The reviews are hit or miss about the editing for the text. Listening though allowed me to just sit back and enjoy the ride. It was an interesting take on the epidemic genre. There are obvious parallels to World War Z, but this one followed one story chronologically by different narrators. They are using a journal and passing it around.
I can't recommend the book, but I CAN and do recommend the narrated version. It's a fun, quick ride.
I read some of the reviews on goodreads about the bad editing for the text version. I didn't have to worry about any of that, and was able to just sit back and enjoy the narrator telling me an interesting store.