Item description for The Afterblight Chronicles:Kill or Cure (Afterblight Chronicles 2) by Rebecca Levene...
Jasmine is part of a team of scientists who have discovered a cure to the deadly virus that has destroyed most of the world's population. However, it has a devestating side-effect, driving the recipient into a schizophrenic state. Now Jasmine must keep it together while trying to escape the clutches of the pirate rulers of the New Carribean.
Promise Angels is dedicated to bringing you great books at great prices. Whether you read for entertainment, to learn, or for literacy - you will find what you want at promiseangels.com!
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.54" Width: 4.17" Height: 0.94" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Apr 25, 2007
Publisher Abaddon Books
ISBN 1905437323 ISBN13 9781905437320
Availability 0 units.
More About Rebecca Levene
Rebecca Levene has been an editor and writer for fifteen years, writing for properties as diverse as "Robin Hood", "Doctor Who" and "Strontium Dog"." Cold Warriors" is her third novel for Abaddon and the start of an excit-ing new series.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Afterblight Chronicles:Kill or Cure (Afterblight Chronicles 2)?
Enjoyed it Sep 25, 2008
Just to give another opinion on this book. I really liked this book. I am a huge fan of end of the world stories. I liked the fact that each book is written with a different perspective.
atrocious Sep 22, 2008
Where to start, i'm not one for reviews but i thought with so much good fiction out there people should be warned away from tripe like this.
Seriously, from the several lazy references to "the bullet hit the wall inches from my head" to EVEN MORE references of "i heard a sound like ... but it may have been my rib cracking", not to mention the hero being shot in the leg and stabbed in the ribs on one page never to be mentioned again and how a doctor with minimal weapons training manages to win every battle despite being hopelessly out numbered and out gunned, you want to punch yourself in the face just to feel something real. Sloppy repetition and glaring continuity errors aside, the story had me wishing death to all.
This book really is poor, i'm no English major as my poorly constructed review will testify but this writer should concentrate on writing for Emmerdale and leave the novels to people who care.