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Monday, February 16, 2015

REVIEW: MUTATION Z THE EBOLA ZOMBIES by Marilyn Peake

REVIEW:  MUTATION Z:  THE EBOLA ZOMBIES by Marilyn Peake

Thanks to media oversaturation, so much of the global populace is phobic about the potential spread of the Ebola virus; what if it was transmitted by very hungry, strong, implacable [gulp] ZOMBIES?? Scary, yes? Read this book, and you'll see how it might just come to pass. Author Marilyn Peake presents a first-person of a young American nurse who travels to Liberia to work in an Ebola clinic. The conditions are extraordinarily primitive, and the danger of contagion very prevalent. Add in that no one in charge seems truthful; and that some patients are taken outside the compound to be treated by native healers. Our narrator will soon find out what is the price of "cure "

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