In 1959, a mountaineering team was found dead in the Ural Mountains, in what came to be known as the Dyatlov Pass incident. Their deaths have never been explained. Until, that is, 2019, when Cameron Becker is protecting a Russian businessman who gets kidnapped. This businessman is not who he said he is and, as Becker attempts to retrieve him, he discovers how bad things really are.
Lori Dalton is a doctor with the WHO, and she stumbles upon Becker while investigating a virus outbreak in Syria. This virus causes its victims to turn violent and ravenous towards each other, and a terrorist group plans on unleashing it on the world. Dalton and Becker team up in order to stop this outbreak before there is nothing left.
Please, please, someone make this into a movie! Action-packed and a fun twist on the zombie narrative, it will keep you on the edge of your seat until you finish. I loved how the author took a real-life event and explained it in his own way. If you are still struggling with the aftermath of COVID-19, maybe don’t pick up this book. Everyone else definitely should!
|Page Count||350 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|