Joan Herl the commander of the space station Oasis and her husband Colonel Tom Herl contact Admiral Hagerly, who is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs. He, President Patterson, and the remainder of the government have taken refuge on the aircraft carrier Fittsburg in the middle of the Atlantic. The few remaining humans welcome the returning crew members from the moon colony Desert Beach.
One of the Oasis crew members, Dr. Julius Harold steels the key elements of the rogue computer and flees. They both have ulterior motives.
The remaining population of the human race must find a way to deal with the tremendous loss as individuals, humans, and for the entire planet.
After they have dealt with the aftermath and began putting their lives back together, the likely explanation for the sudden virus appears, and they must find a way to deal with the next great threat to their lives. The coincidence is too unlikely to believe. Now they have to band together and face the second direst impact to the human race.
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Another thrilling book in the SIMPOC series that reveals more of why the human race was all but wiped out! The adventures of the remaining people as they struggle to come to terms with the loss of their loved ones, prepare for the coming of forces possibly too great to imagine.
Addictive series can't wait for the next book.
I would have to say better because I love the way Zachary Johnson narrates.
Alpha, I am liking the mobile version of SIMPOC.
Yes, because I really enjoyed the first book and with the second book there is more human character development.
Great series, not to take away how the story is presented but I would have loved to learn more about the characters. I keep wondering how this story would have developed if this was a full fledged novel. But I understand that the author wants to stay spontaneous when he writes so I get why he wrote it this way. Not only I am looking forward for the next book in the series but I have my eyes on the other book about this series: "Virus: 72 hours to live" which is almost 10 hours long. I am in Audible heaven!!!
*I received a free copy of this audio book for an honest review.*