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Sunday, October 12, 2014

Ebola in the News? How About a Hot Virus?


Title: Strike Three
Author:  Joy V. Smith
Genre: Science fiction (post-apocalyptic)
ISBN:  9781936099658
Reviewer:  Midwest Book Review
Reviewer's rating: NA
 Available an Amazon
 
Reviewed by Midwest Book Review 
 
Because of the 'hot virus', World War III's scenario is more deadly than any nuclear-powered conflict, and the missiles fired during conflict are far more deadly than any conventional battle could have envisioned. But the message of Strike Three isn't just about altered warfare, but altered survival mechanisms honed by feisty protagonists who seek to start over, against all odds and against the backdrop of an Earth devastated on many different levels. Against this scenario are a series of vivid protagonists who battle for not just survival but a revised world - and within their efforts to rise again will be the rudiments of a new kind of humanity. Strike Three is exceptional reading for any who enjoy apocalyptic stories, and offers many twists and turns unpredictable even for avid readers of end-of-world sagas.
 
MORE ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Joy has a writing blog at

http://pagadan.wordpress.com/

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