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Germ

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by Robert Liparulo, Bob Michaels (Narrated by), Bob Michaels (Read by)
 

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If you breathe...It will find you.

The list of 10,000 names was created for maximum devastation. Business leaders, housewives, politicians, celebrities, janitors, children. None of them is aware of what is about to happen--but all will be part of the most frightening brand of warfare the world has ever known.

The germ--an advanced form of the Ebola virus

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Germ 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 41 reviews.
Deborah_K More than 1 year ago
When I received this book in the mail, the first thing everyone said when they saw it was 'Oh your book is wet.' Actually I'm not sure why there are spotted raised dots on the cover, but it sure was a way to get people to notice the book! To be honest this isn't the type of book I would normally pick up. I'm glad though that I did, I would have missed out on a really intense, suspenseful read. While reading it, I kept thinking I was in 24 with a touch of the Constant Gardener. The story moves at a extremely fast pace and you never get bored. I really liked all the characters, Julia is a very good female lead. ('Jack'ie Bauer!) And my goodness, those Atropas guys were creepy. The description of the weapon they used and how it tore the body up after you've been shot made me squirm. Same with the first chapter of the story, extremely gross out situation. But I liked it because it's definitely not something one would expect in a Christian fiction book. (blood and guts?? isn't that sinful?) Great way to hook you into the story (if you haven't thrown up on the pages already). Really scary when you think about how those guys seem to share the same identity and only think as one. What's even more scary is how realistic the storyline is and how there's a possibility it could happen in this day and age. If they make this novel into a movie, I'll definitely be in line for it. This is the type of book that would appeal to both the secular and Christian crowd.
loves2readPAKC More than 1 year ago
I read this book because I loved Robert Liparulo's "Deadfall" and this book did not dissappoint! It is a book with a very frightening premise (that this virus can seek out and kill certain people) that keeps you hooked until the very end. What I loved about it (and pretty much the other Robert Liparulo books I have read) is that he keeps you guessing. People die who you think are going to be main characters; you get to the end of a chapter and are like "OH NO, now what?!?!?" and you have to keep reading!!! He gets his characters in situations that you think they can't possibly escape from, yet they do! I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
'Leave now.' She stared at him.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Grabs you by the wrist and pinches it hard.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I shadow shift and you try to hit me but i appear behind you and stab you. Ypu cannot stop that blow because if you did you would die by impact immediately like i am doing now.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thanks
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Coughs blood up and says "Why!?" Gtgtb bbt luv you genis
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I finally got my little brother to stop posting as howard
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have this bood in paperback its adicting.
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Tlocke More than 1 year ago
Starting from page one Liparulo takes you on an action packed journey all across the world. It is a fast paced non-stop thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat biting your nails. Germ read exactly like a Holly Blockbuster, it was exciting and suspenseful with vivid images that made it seem real. Everything I look for in a good action adventure novel, Germ is the epitome of the thriller genre. Fantastic work! Praise to Robert Liparulo and such an outstanding novel!
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