Sepsis

Sepsis #2020

Sepsis Rhys Ireland a jack of all failures stands on the precipice of suicide between the borders of Washington and Oregon staring deep into the dark waters of the Columbia River at midnight His next decis
  • Title: Sepsis
  • Author: J. Stirling Robertson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Rhys Ireland, a jack of all failures, stands on the precipice of suicide between the borders of Washington and Oregon staring deep into the dark waters of the Columbia River at midnight His next decision will change the world.parably The following morning, traveling to his favorite spot near Bonneville Dam, all retiree Graham Myers wants is an exciting day of sturRhys Ireland, a jack of all failures, stands on the precipice of suicide between the borders of Washington and Oregon staring deep into the dark waters of the Columbia River at midnight His next decision will change the world.parably The following morning, traveling to his favorite spot near Bonneville Dam, all retiree Graham Myers wants is an exciting day of sturgeon fishing Lord willing The catch of the day proves entirely too exciting Nearby in the small town of North Bonneville, Trooper Janus Bradley, of the Washington State Patrol, is still bitter from the aftermath of a nasty divorce Responding to a disturbance at the upscale hot springs resort, he bears witness to the beginning of the end Concurrently, fifteen year old Aria Bennett regains consciousness inside a nightmare Blood covered, restrained in the back of a parked police vehicle, and without memory of the last several hours She slowly realizes very little of the blood is hers Within months humanity is on the brink of extinction and visions of horror roam the Earth The old world is transformed by a red tide of monstrous proportions Those who survive must embrace darker instincts or perish amidst their greatest fears
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    This was a very interesting story idea which maybe fell a bit short in the execution For me, the voice was odd Passive At times it felt like it was almost stream of conscious and at other times it was just telling me what was happening, not really letting me experience it But I found the story to be very creative, different than the simple zombie tale I thought it promised at the beginning Truly post apocalyptic It also felt incomplete, like there needs to be another book following it I would pr [...]

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