But completely grossed me out. Visit to find out more or support the author. Alongside them is Margaret Montoya, a brilliant epidemiologist who fights for a cure even as she reels under the weight of endless horrors. In this chilling tale, Burrough raises important questions of whether serial killers can be recognized before they kill or rehabilitated after they do. At first I thought this was going to be very silly. As a retired Police Officer who encountered many mentally ill and psychotic individuals, I was impressed with the dialogue he wrote for deranged people in the story. From page one, the story of a mysterious smart-virus that turns its hosts into deadly drooling drones creeps up on a reader like the ratchet of a roller coaster climbing toward its inevitable crest.
Get a downloadable audiobook for free as part of a no-risk, 30-day trial of the awesome Audible service. Absolutely nothing new here, but a stupid action story. The voices are much better in Contagious the second book. Three recommendations: don't read it at night, or just after you've eaten a full meal, or if you're weak of heart. Did it make you laugh or cry? Chapters Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler Read by Scott Sigler 5 stars I Drink While Cooking When this book was suggested to me as a book read by the author, I honestly didn't expect much. The writing as a whole and in the beginning are not real professional. The villian of the book is by far the creepiest I've come across since Pennywise and all clowns are evil.
One of his high school classmates, Danny Corwin, was a vicious serial killer. Horrifying concepts although I did recognise a few borrowings , and excellent tension. She finds herself in charge. So in addition to the sales they're throwing away by making the ebook harder to get, they're also throwing away the market intelligence they'd get by being the canonical download site for it. Contagious is a truly grand work of suspense, science, and horror from a new master.
Alongside them is Margaret Montoya, a brilliant epidemiologist who fights for a cure even as she reels under the weight of endless horrors. After reading the prologue, I thought it made it clear. This is the way the world ends. This tells Amazon to accept e-mails from Scribl to your Kindle. The fate of the human race may well depend on the bloody war Perry must wage with his own body, because the parasites want something from him, something that goes beyond mere murder. But publishers are schizophrenic and often end up acting really dumb in the service of trying to do something smart. Soon Perry finds himself acting and thinking strangely, hearing voices…he is infected.
This episode is sponsored in part by our page. Download and start listening now! The stories were pretty damn entertaining, and his podcast became one of the most popular feeds on the internet. Sigler really knows how to play on emotions that can cut to the heart of the reader. Probably not, because I only recommend books I love. But the characters are difficult to bond with because the story is told from so many viewpoints. New to the writing of Scott Sigler and want to check out one of his books for free? Miles below the surface, Dr.
During, there are heroes who fight against it. I had to force myself to stop. They just came across Angus Kool, who is tied up with copper wire after being tortured by Kayla Meyers. This novel is on the long side and I didn't care. All five are out of ammo. Just when I thought I knew what abyss he was leading me across, he knocked the bridge out from under. Kayla is farther down in the tunnels, in the ancient tracking down Connell Kirkland, who is carrying her bullet in his leg.
Definitely buy this one if you would like to be entertained and would not be put off by the graphic violence. As for the conclusion, it's pretty dumb. Angus Kool could have helped, but instead he fled into the underground river and was swept away into the ancient, ruined Rocktopi ship. I read in another review that this is part one of a trilogy. The book contains graphic violence, constant swearing, non-sexual violence against women, male genital mutilation, and a racial slur. .
Parts of this book had me laughing out loud and other parts had me cringing. I cannot wait to read more of his work. Bravo to a bold new talent! A horde of rocktopi are hot on the heels Connell, Bertha, Patrick, Veronica and Sanji. How else to explain the dreams he keeps having - dreams that mirror, with impossible accuracy, the gruesome serial murders taking place all over San Francisco? I was a little skeptical at first when I realized the narrator was the author, not some voice actor. Can't wait to read the next ones 5 stars Duncan I don't normally like sci-fi books as I'm more of a horror fan.