Ebola K: A Terrorism Thriller, a free book by Bobby Adair, rated 4.5-stars by over eight hundred users and number one on Kindle store-I knew I couldn’t miss this one, just look at the title! Ebola K is an excellent thriller that is straightforward, concise, and contains an original plot that is so closely tied to today’s current events and unfolds in a way that is frighteningly credible. In the remote, East African village of Kapchorwa, the Ebola virus has mutated into an airborne strain (first in 1989 in Virginia) without losing any of its fatal potency. In this book, terrorists stumbles across this new, fully lethal strain and use it as a biological weapon. The easiest way to get to the most amount of casualties is the simplest: infect a handful of people and place them in crowded places. Then sit back and watch it happen. While the world fearfully watches the growing epidemic in West Africa as Sierra Leone goes into country-wide lockdown, only a few Americans are aware of Ebola K and the danger it poses—to be the deadliest pandemic in the history of mankind. The storyline is right out of today’s headlines. It is scary to think such terrorism might actually happen one day. The ending of this book irritated me the most because Ebola K is only the first book of the series, and I am eager to know what will happen next. This book is truly amazing because of its unique plot, it is scary yet so realistic that it might just happen one day in the future.
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