The Sixth Extinction: The First Three Weeks - Doctor Lazaroo [NOOK Book]

Overview

The Sixth Extinction Series is an apocalyptic tale about a pandemic that sweeps the globe, decimating the human race, leaving humanity struggling to survive. Within three weeks, everything has changed. Social structure has collapsed. The police are non-existent, and the army concentrates on the cities. Gangs of yobs rule the streets.

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The Sixth Extinction: The First Three Weeks - Doctor Lazaroo

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Overview

The Sixth Extinction Series is an apocalyptic tale about a pandemic that sweeps the globe, decimating the human race, leaving humanity struggling to survive. Within three weeks, everything has changed. Social structure has collapsed. The police are non-existent, and the army concentrates on the cities. Gangs of yobs rule the streets.

The Sixth Extinction continues with a collection of short stories about the main characters from the #1 bestselling four-book series.

The fourth character in The First Three Weeks Series is Doctor Melanie Lazaro.

Melanie was a child prodigy, miles ahead in her classes. At the age of thirteen, she was one of only four people ever to be accepted into Cambridge University at such a young age. At twenty-three, she is now a renowned scientist in Exeter University's Microbes and Disease Department. Her work has been published in science journals all over the world.

However, life isn't perfect; she's had her problems, and her parents are a little distant and eccentric – her mother cares more about her plants, and her father locks himself away in the basement, and due to bad choices, she still lives at home with them.

Then everything changes. A virus starts to ravish the world, country by country, and as it gets closer to Great Britain the government sends in the army to take over the university's facilities, using everything at their disposable to try to create a vaccine.

Doctor Lazaro has no choice; she is drafted in to run the scientific side of the university while the army barricades it off from the rest of the city.

As she works around the clock, unable to leave, she wonders what the General in charge is keeping from her? Why isn't she allowed to contact to her parents? Why is there a battalion of soldiers walking the perimeters? And why is there screaming coming from the out-of-bounds university's large gym?

She has only a short time to work miracles, because as soon as the virus reaches the shores of England, it will already be too late.
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Editorial Reviews

Amazon UK 5 star review - M.J. Jackson
What can I say about this book without repeating my reviews about Glen's amazing books. In short, nothing. A brilliant series of books that totally absorb the reader from start to finish. A fabulous addition to the series.
Amazon UK 5 star review - Hezi Hezie
I have devoured each and every book in this series and boy, were they the best. Drama after drama. No other author compares to Glen in this genre bar a few and he has worked his socks off to accomplish this fantastic series.
Amazon UK 5 star review - Writer 25
Once again Glen has performed what was expected, the story line was as good as ever. Well worth a read, But read all the others too.
Amazon USA 5 star review - Donna Thorn
Another great puzzle piece in a great zombie series. Like the approach of going back & showing us how all these characters come together & what brought them there in the first place!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149226238
  • Publisher: Sinuous Mind Books
  • Publication date: 4/2/2014
  • Series: The First Three Weeks , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 784 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 books are free on Amazon and Barnes & 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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