The Sixth Extinction: Part Four - The Ark [NOOK Book]

Overview

The concluding part to The Sixth Extinction Series.

A pandemic has swept the globe, decimating humanity, affecting all who breathe in its deadly spores. There are four stages to the virus. The third stage, where the host human becomes a frenzied, animalistic eating machine, is sweeping the country. However, the creatures have changed; they are no longer unorganized; they ...
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The Sixth Extinction: Part Four - The Ark

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Overview

The concluding part to The Sixth Extinction Series.

A pandemic has swept the globe, decimating humanity, affecting all who breathe in its deadly spores. There are four stages to the virus. The third stage, where the host human becomes a frenzied, animalistic eating machine, is sweeping the country. However, the creatures have changed; they are no longer unorganized; they are working together, with a deadly agenda in mind.

Doctor Lazaro has been shown The Ark, and told of its founding, and deadly secret. General Philips has summoned her, along with Doctor Hall, to the main hub control room, where she is about to witness the American president do something so shocking she can only stand and watch in stunned, horrified silence.

Noah, Red, Betty, Lennie, and the Squad are making their way through Princetown to get to Dartmoor Prison.

Betty sits silently inside the truck, slowly changing into something they all fear. In her pain-wracked state, she can hear voices in her head.

When the truck arrives, they realize they may already be too late; thousands of creatures are swarming around the prison, clawing at the stonewalls with bleeding hands – something has called the horde together. Then before their eyes, the creatures do something unimaginable, making it possible for them to breach the prison walls and pour inside.

Time is running out. They need to get below ground before it is too late.

In the chaos, decisions and sacrifices have to be made.
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Editorial Reviews

Amazon UK 5 star review - R. Dolton
I could not put this one down. The pace of the action is like a hammer blow. After reading this authors previous books. (Lobsters and landmines and Lamb chops and chainsaws) I was pretty sure I would enjoy this. (I don't usually read zombie stuff) I wasn't disappointed, the characters were well rounded and well written and the pace was non stop. I read this series in one go and I think that added to the enjoyment, I don't think you get the same effect reading in episodes but that may just be me.
Amazon UK 5 star review - Gemma Kinne
Written in four shortish parts The Sixth Extinction as a whole is brilliant. Gripped from start to finish. Can't wait to find out what happens next. Get writing Mr Johnson.
Amazon UK 5 star review - R.C Ryan
This book kept me wanting to read more and more. Didn't want it to end. It didn't fail to hold my attention as the story unfolds in a really graphic way that got my imagination going. Very good read like all Glen Johnson's books.
Amazon USA 5 star review - Amanda Simmons
Oh Glen please tell me when the next book comes out I am having withdrawals already lol. Thanks for writing these books. But please write more
Amazon USA 5 star review - Lisa Cleveland
I took my time reading part 4 of this book. I'll admit that I did not want this story to end. It's funny how characters in a book can become so real to you. I cried twice. I highly recommend Mr. Johnson's books. Not only this series, but his other's as well.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149365791
  • Publisher: Sinuous Mind Books
  • Publication date: 3/18/2014
  • Series: The Sixth Extinction Series , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 124,157
  • File size: 397 KB

Meet the Author

Glen Johnson was born in Devon, England in 1973. He lives in Teignmouth, just a stones throw away from the English Riviera, in a large converted nunnery. He loves to travel and has visited twenty-nine different countries, and lived in Mexico City, Mexico for far too long for a pale skinned European. He has also been married twice - and still refuses to say where he buried them.

Why not add Glen Johnson as a friend on Facebook. From his author's page, you can keep up to date with all his new releases, and when his kindle books are free on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. He checks it daily, so pop on and say hello! Don't be shy he's a friendly chap. www.facebook.com/GlenJohnsonAuthor

Alternatively, check out the synopsis for all his released and up-and-coming books on www.sinuousmindbooks.com
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2014

    Great book!

    Great book!

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