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The Genesis Plague
Author: Michael Byrnes
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0857202375
Pages: 448
Year: 2010-08-05
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From the bestselling author of The Sacred Blood comes a new thriller, perfect for fans of Dan Brown. MESOPOTAMIA, 4004 BC: THE DAWN OF CIVILIZATION An exotic stranger appears in a small village. Mesmerizing in her beauty and command, she is venerated as a goddess, until she unleashes a horror beyond anything humankind has even known. IRAQ, PRESENT DAY: THE SUNSET OF CIVILIZATION A mercenary unit in northern Iraq, led by Sergeant Jason Yaeger, has trapped radical Islam’s most wanted target inside a mysterious cave. An ancient mural in the cave’s opening depicts the brutal beheading of an unknown goddess, yet its twisting tunnels hide a series of high-tech surveillance cameras. When a Marine platoon seeks to control the extraction mission, a threat far more ominous is found lurking beneath the mountains. Meanwhile, in Boston, Massachusetts, Agent Thomas Flaherty tracks down glamorous archaeologist Brooke Thompson, who he suspects holds some answers to the cave’s ancient mystery. But when she narrowly escapes an assassination attempt, it becomes clear that someone else is determined to keep her quiet; someone intent on using the cave’s deepest secret to bring the Middle East to its knees.
Genesis Plague
Author: Sam Best
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN:
Pages: 524
Year: 2015-01-01
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A primordial virus unearthed… A world ripe for infection… Welcome to the end. A new organism is found in a cavern below one of the world's largest volcanoes. The creature shows remarkable resistance to the virus it carries, and the discovery brings with it the hope of new vaccines for epidemics that have plagued humanity for thousands of years. Before further analysis can be made, the volcano begins to wake. It threatens to spew forth an ancient virus which could lead to the deadliest outbreak in the history of the world. Everything changes when scientists realize they are not dealing with a simple virus. It is learning. It is adapting. It is preparing the world for something much, much worse. From the depths of the ocean to the arctic tundra, Genesis Plague follows a group of scientists on an action-packed journey to save humanity from extinction. NEW EDITION: FULLY REVISED AND UPDATED This revised edition contains many corrections to the original text, as well as some new content. AUTHOR'S NOTE: I'd like to clarify the genre of Genesis Plague to ensure that you, the reader, know what to expect and that you buy something you will enjoy. This book is not your typical medical thriller. There are heavy doses of science fiction and horror, including some really weird creatures. It is EXTREMELY different than what you're used to reading in the post apocalyptic genre. Keywords: apocalyptic, post apocalyptic, action, adventure, dystopian, ebola, end of the world, endemic, epidemic, evolution, hawaii, horror, infection, medical, monster, outbreak, pandemic, parasite, plague, scary, science fiction, scifi, series, small town, societal collapse, survival, symbiant, symbiosis, technological, thriller, vaccine, viral, virus, volcano, weird
The White Plague
Author: Frank Herbert
Publisher: Tor Books
ISBN: 1429989645
Pages: 448
Year: 2007-10-02
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From Science fiction grandmaster Frank Herbert, creator of the Dune universe, comes this novel of bioterrorism and gendercide. What if women were an endangered species? It begins in Ireland, but soon spreads throughout the entire world: a virulent new disease expressly designed to target only women. As fully half of the human race dies off at a frightening pace and life on Earth faces extinction, panicked people and governments struggle to cope with the global crisis. Infected areas are quarantined or burned to the ground. The few surviving women are locked away in hidden reserves, while frantic doctors and scientists race to find a cure. Anarchy and violence consume the planet. The plague is the work of a solitary individual who calls himself the Madman. As government security forces feverishly hunt for the renegade scientist, he wanders incognito through a world that will never be the same. Society, religion, and morality are all irrevocably transformed by the White Plague. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
The Sacred Blood
Author: Michael Byrnes
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0857200631
Pages: 416
Year: 2010-04-01
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Secrets, miracles, prophecies, and the threat of Armageddon intertwine in this riveting sequel to the international bestseller The Sacred Bones . . . When American geneticist Charlotte Hennesey examined what she believed were the bones of Jesus, the Vatican tried to stop word of her discovery from spreading. Now her proof has vanished. But the bones were just the beginning. In her tests, Charlotte discovers that the DNA has the ability to repair damaged genes, to heal the sick, to cure incurable diseases. Dying from cancer, the determined scientist uses herself as a human guinea pig to try and save her own life . . . But someone wants those bones – and Charlotte. Rabbi Aaron Cohen, a descendant of the biblical Aaron and the high priests of the long-destroyed Temple in Jerusalem, foresees a time when Jerusalem’s Temple Mount is cleared of the Dome of the Rock and the al-Aqsa Mosque and replaced with the Third Temple. And for Cohen, that time is now. He has only one problem – he cannot touch the Ark because his bloodline isn’t pure. And that's where Charlotte comes in . . . Cohen’s dangerous plan doesn’t go unnoticed, however. When Israeli archaeologist Amit Mizrachi uncovers a mysterious Egyptian hieroglyph in a hidden and previously undiscovered room, he asks noted Egyptologist Julie LeRoux to interpret it for him. As they begin a quest to unravel the mystery, bullets start to fly, and they know they are onto something huge. As Cohen puts his plan into action, the keepers of the mosques on Temple Mount are outraged. Will this be the act that leads to vast armies meeting on the hills of the town named Megiddo causing a global Armageddon?
The Genesis of Germs
Author: Alan L. Gillen
Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group
ISBN: 0890514933
Pages: 192
Year: 2007-01
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An in-depth look at microbes and diseases.
The Barbary Plague
Author: Marilyn Chase
Publisher: Random House Trade Paperbacks
ISBN: 0375757082
Pages: 304
Year: 2004
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A science reporter for The Wall Street Journal describes an epidemic of bubonic plague that erupted in turn-of-the-century San Francisco, first in 1900 and then five years later, and the efforts of scientists Joseph Kinyoun, Dr. Rupert Blue, and Blue's aide Colby Rucker to contain the disease, discover its source, and eradicate it from the city. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.
The Sacred Bones
Author: Michael Byrnes
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1847394949
Pages: 448
Year: 2008-10-15
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At the crossroads of Christian, Islamic, and Jewish faiths, a priceless artifact is stolen from a vault hidden beneath Jerusalem's Temple Mount. With high stakes on sacred ground, time is running out . . . The violent theft leaves thirteen Israeli soldiers and policemen dead, the Palestinians up in arms over the desecration of sacred grounds, and the tension between the two groups dangerously high. Jerusalem is a stick of dynamite and the fuse has been lit . . . Meanwhile, in Vatican city, American scientist Charlotte Hennesey and Italian anthropologist Giovanni Bersei have been secretly summoned to analyse a mysterious artefact: the bones of a two-thousand-year-old unidentified, crucified man. Charlotte starts to wonder – could these be the bones of Jesus Christ? With the malevolent eye of Vatican security expert Salvatore Conte watching her every move, Charlotte must work against the clock. She knows that if the mortal remains of Christ are indeed in the burial box, there is a question to face: will the Vatican allow this information – and Charlotte – to see the light of day . . . Fast-paced and intelligent, blending historical fact with persuasive fiction, The Sacred Bones is an addictively compelling thriller, perfect for fans of Dan Brown. Following a conspiracy stretching back to the days of the Templar Knights to the shifting alliances of contemporary Middle Eastern politics, The Sacred Bones calls into question many of modern religion's most deeply-held beliefs.
Zika Virus
Author: Richard Mertens
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1530433193
Pages: 134
Year: 2016-03-07
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"Zika Virus: The Pregnancy Plague" explores the genesis and evolution of the Zika virus after its appearance in Latin America. Initially, healthcare experts hoped the widespread arbovirus would be mild and intermittent as it spread by mosquito bite throughout Central and South America. However, in a matter of weeks starting in late 2015, the World Health Organization and Pan American Health Organization realized that while only one in four infected persons developed mild symptoms, certain persons were dramatically impacted. Cases of Guillain-Barre syndrome, a paralyzing condition, skyrocketed and serious cases of birth defects, namely microcephaly, a condition where infants are born with brains half normal size, increased ten-fold. The initial thinking was that the United States would be spared but that notion is no longer part of mainstream thinking as mosquito experts have pointed out the United States, especially the Southeastern US, has robust populations of A. aegypti and A. albopictus, the two culprits responsible for the spread of Zika. The book investigates what Zika means for women of childbearing age and family planning in the US and the increasingly worrisome frequency of birth defects among those infected during pregnancy and how we might defend citizens as Zika makes its way into the United States.
Genesis
Author: Bernard Beckett
Publisher: Emblem Editions
ISBN: 1551993821
Pages: 192
Year: 2011-11-29
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A brilliant and chilling dystopia for a new generation in the tradition of Brave New World. “‘Explain to us why you wish to enter The Academy.’” Anaximander, a young Academy candidate, is put through a gruelling exam. Her special subject: the life of Adam Forde, her long-dead hero. It’s late in the 21st century and the island Republic has emerged from a ruined, plague-ridden world, its citizens safe, but not free, and living in complete isolation from outside contact. Approaching planes are gunned down, refugees shot on sight. Until a man named Adam Forde rescued a girl from the sea. “Anaximander, we have asked you to consider why it is you would like to join the Academy. Is your answer ready?” To answer that question, Anaximander must struggle with everything she has ever known about herself and her beloved Republic’s history, the nature of being human, of being conscious, and even what it means to have a soul. And when everything has been laid bare, she must confront the Republic’s last great secret, her own surprising link to Adam Forde, and the horrifying truth about her world. From the Hardcover edition.
Plague
Author: Kent Heckenlively, Judy Mikovits
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1510726357
Pages: 464
Year: 2017-02-21
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On July 22, 2009, a special meeting was held with twenty-four leading scientists at the National Institutes of Health to discuss early findings that a newly discovered retrovirus was linked to chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), prostate cancer, lymphoma, and eventually neurodevelopmental disorders in children. When Dr. Judy Mikovits finished her presentation the room was silent for a moment, then one of the scientists said, “Oh my God!” The resulting investigation would be like no other in science. For Dr. Mikovits, a twenty-year veteran of the National Cancer Institute, this was the midpoint of a five-year journey that would start with the founding of the Whittemore-Peterson Institute for Neuro-Immune Disease at the University of Nevada, Reno, and end with her as a witness for the federal government against her former employer, Harvey Whittemore, for illegal campaign contributions to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. On this journey Dr. Mikovits would face the scientific prejudices against CFS, wander into the minefield that is autism, and through it all struggle to maintain her faith in God and the profession to which she had dedicated her life. This is a story for anybody interested in the peril and promise of science at the very highest levels in our country.
Under the Crimson Sun
Author: Keith R.A. DeCandido
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
ISBN: 0786959185
Pages: 320
Year: 2011-06-07
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Tharizdun, the Chanied God, has released the Voidharrow--a liquid crystal imbued with his will and all the chaos of the Abyss--into the universe, and with it comes a transformative engine of pestilence. When exposed to the Voidharrow, individuals look as though they've been stricken by disease as the Abyssal liquid twists and deforms them into chaotic demonlike creatures. Behold the Abyssal Plague! When a trading caravan manned by grafters and con men comes across a dead man in the desert they open the door to an Abyssal realm long since destroyed. As the Voidharrow takes hold of one of their companions, he begins to morph into a beast like none they have ever seen. When the stakes are raised in an attempt to defraud some of the more unsavory rulers of this cruel world, the Voidharrow comes to play a role in a move that could transform our heroes forever. From the Paperback edition.
Farming, Famine and Plague
Author: Kathleen Pribyl
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319559532
Pages: 307
Year: 2017-08-08
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This book is situated at the cross-roads of environmental, agricultural and economic history and climate science. It investigates the climatic background for the two most significant risk factors for life in the crisis-prone England of the Later Middle Ages: subsistence crisis and plague. Based on documentary data from eastern England, the late medieval growing season temperature is reconstructed and the late summer precipitation of that period indexed. Using these data, and drawing together various other regional (proxy) data and a wide variety of contemporary documentary sources, the impact of climatic variability and extremes on agriculture, society and health are assessed. Vulnerability and resilience changed over time: before the population loss in the Great Pestilence in the mid-fourteenth century meteorological factors contributing to subsistence crises were the main threat to the English people, after the arrival of Yersinia pestis it was the weather conditions that faciliated the formation of recurrent major plague outbreaks. Agriculture and harvest success in late medieval England were inextricably linked to both short term weather extremes and longer term climatic fluctuations. In this respect the climatic transition period in the Late Middle Ages (c. 1250-1450) is particularly important since the broadly favourable conditions for grain cultivation during the Medieval Climate Optimum gave way to the Little Ice Age, when agriculture was faced with many more challenges; the fourteenth century in particular was marked by high levels of climatic variability.
The Alpha Plague 6
Author: Michael Robertson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1544247044
Pages: 296
Year: 2016-12-13
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When Vicky saw the corruption in Hugh's leadership of Home, she stood up to it and overthrew him. She now finds herself helping run the place, taking on responsibilities she'd rather not have. But if she keeps the community safe, she'll also keep Flynn safe. All Vicky wants is to make sure Flynn's okay. All she's done for the past ten years is make sure Flynn's okay. Now faced with a war with a barbaric neighbouring community, Home has to respond to the threat. As the most experienced fighter, Vicky has to lead the battle. If they don't win, they'll all die. The Alpha Plague 6 is a fast-paced post-apocalyptic survival thriller. REVIEWS Wow wow wow what a series! - 5 Stars - Amazon Customer. Only the need to sleep made me put it down or I'd have finished it in one sitting - 5 Stars - Amazon Customer. If there is any justice for great writers, someone would make the Alpha Plague books into a film or TV series - 5 Stars - Amazon Customer.
The Gypsy Morph
Author: Terry Brooks
Publisher: Del Rey
ISBN: 0345509552
Pages: 416
Year: 2008-08-26
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BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Terry Brooks's The Measure of the Magic. Terry Brooks won instant acclaim with his phenomenal New York Times bestseller The Sword of Shannara. Its sequels earned Brooks legendary status. Then his darkly enthralling The Word and the Void trilogy revealed new depths and vistas to his mastery of epic fantasy. Armageddon’s Children and The Elves of Cintra took Brooks’s remarkable mythos to a breathtaking new level by delving deep into the history of Shannara. And now, The Gypsy Morph rounds out–with an adventure of unforgettably imaginative scope–the first phase of a new chapter in this classic series. Eighty years into the future, the United States is a no-man’s-land: its landscape blighted by chemical warfare, pollution, and plague; its government collapsed; its citizens adrift, desperate, fighting to stay alive. In fortified compounds, survivors hold the line against wandering predators, rogue militias, and hideous mutations spawned from the toxic environment, while against them all stands an enemy neither mortal nor merciful: demons and their minions bent on slaughtering and subjugating the last of humankind. But from around the country, allies of good unite to challenge the rampaging evil. Logan Tom, wielding the magic staff of a Knight of the Word, has a promise to keep–protecting the world’ s only hope of salvation–and a score to settle with the demon that massacred his family. Angel Perez, Logan’s fellow Knight, has risked her life to aid the elvish race, whose peaceful, hidden realm is marked for extermination by the forces of the Void. Kirisin Belloruus, a young elf entrusted with an ancient magic, must deliver his entire civilization from a monstrous army. And Hawk, the rootless boy who is nothing less than destiny’s instrument, must lead the last of humanity to a latter-day promised land before the final darkness falls. The Gypsy Morph is an epic saga of a world in flux as the mortal realm yields to a magical one; as the champions of the Word and the Void clash for the last time to decide what will be and what must cease; and as, from the remnants of a doomed age, something altogether extraordinary rises.
The Great Influenza
Author: John M. Barry
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0143036491
Pages: 546
Year: 2005
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An account of the deadly influenza epidemic of 1918, which took the lives of millions of people around the world, examines its causes, its impact on early twentieth-century society, and the lasting implications of the crisis.