The Reaper Virus [NOOK Book]

Overview

Richmond burns once again but this time it is caused by a deadly virus, quickly dubbed the Reaper Virus, that is ravaging and reanimating all it encounters. This agent of the apocalypse breaks through the boundaries separating life and death while demonizing the afterlife. Havoc is ferociously wrought upon every corner of the globe by the infected hunger.

Trapped at his dispatcher desk in a campus police station, Nathan is determined to do ...
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The Reaper Virus

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Overview

Richmond burns once again but this time it is caused by a deadly virus, quickly dubbed the Reaper Virus, that is ravaging and reanimating all it encounters. This agent of the apocalypse breaks through the boundaries separating life and death while demonizing the afterlife. Havoc is ferociously wrought upon every corner of the globe by the infected hunger.

Trapped at his dispatcher desk in a campus police station, Nathan is determined to do whatever it takes to return to his family. Betrayal, murder and the countless undead surround Nathan as he makes his way through the unknown darkness of his city back to what he hopes waits for him at home.

Testing humanities limitations, THE REAPER VIRUS, takes you on a quest for survival in a world destroyed. The story brings death to your doorstep and causes you to question your own drive for survival. You will be forced to answer the question: if the world ended today, what would you really do to see your loved ones again?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148315278
  • Publisher: Permuted Press
  • Publication date: 1/15/2014
  • Series: The Reaper Virus , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 30,450
  • File size: 6 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2014

    Map

    Map is at res 1. Bios at res 2. City at res 3. Rules: no godmoding. No killing humans unless they pose a threat or if you are a zombie. Updating soon.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2014

    Richmond!!!

    I bought this book not knowing anything beyond it was a zombie book, but then was delighted it took place in RVA. It was great reading about where I live and work.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2014

    The book starts with a middle-aged, over-worked police dispatche

    The book starts with a middle-aged, over-worked police dispatcher who over thinks everything and is seemingly bitter. As the story unfolds, the pace picks up and I was quickly sucked into the story. This is a zombie story and it has a ton of well written and appropriately gory action but I felt the book was more about the emotional deterioration of survivors and the drive that a regular person can find in himself to push on. The Reaper Virus follows the main character, Nathan, as he tries to get back to his family, which is all that really matters to him. He does things that push boundaries and cause moral dilemmas as the world he once knew falls apart. This is the second edition (from a different publisher than the first) and has an alternative ending nestled in the end. The alt ending titled "Hellacious," was a jaw dropper and well worth the purchase!

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