Book Chat: Extinction Horizon

An exciting new adventure with a Delta team as they fight zombies and try to save humanity.

2017

Amazon

Blurb:

Master Sergeant Reed Beckham has led his Delta Force Team, codenamed Ghost, through every kind of hell imaginable and never lost a man. When a top secret Medical Corps research facility goes dark, Team Ghost is called in to face their deadliest enemy yet–a variant strain of Ebola that turns men into monsters.

 

Review:

Master Sergeant Brett Beckham and his Delta team are tasked with checking out a Medical Corps facility and bringing back a sample of a doctor’s work. No one has heard from Dr. Medford at the research center for two days. He found a breakthrough for a possible cure for a deadly new Ebola strain. Or so he reported.

When Brett and his team travel deep into the secret facility, they encounter monsters; men mutated into vicious non-human beasts. After half his team is wiped out and no sample extracted of the disease, Beckham is furious.  What exactly did the General send them to investigate and why weren’t they properly forewarned?

What they don’t know in the beginning is that Dr. Medford merged the Ebola virus with formula VX-99, a concoction created during the Vietnam War to turn men into super soldiers. Only it turned them into violent, killer/cannibals.

Brett’s team rescue several scientists, including Kate, a beautiful woman. She is the hope for the future, the only scientist left who is closest to finding a cure for the new mutated disease. While Kate can’t cure those already infected, she comes up with a way to wipe them out.

Unfortunately, 8-10% of the infected don’t die; only making them more deadly. At the end of the story, the remaining governments of the world order gas dropped in cities, with Kate’s “death cure”. Then they begin formulating plans to send in troops to kill the infected still “alive”.  I can’t wait to read the 2nd in this series, where the new war will be in full throttle. Highly recommended for zombie fans.

Note: The disease is described in depth and a lot of detail. The author did his work on disease parameters.

 

 

 

 

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