Reviews

  • An eerily prescient novel about a devastating virus that begins in Asia before going global . . . A page-turner that has the earmarks of an instant bestseller.

    New York Post
  • Eerily prescient. Too bad our leaders lack his foresight.

    The New York Times
  • Featuring accounts of past plagues and pandemics, descriptions of pathogens and how they work, and dark notes about global warming, the book produces deep shudders . . . A disturbing, eerily timed novel.

    Kirkus Reviews
  • A compelling read up to the last sentence. Wright has come up with a story worthy of Michael Crichton. In an eerily calm, matter-of-fact way, and backed by meticulous research, he imagines what the world would actually be like in the grip of a devastating new virus.

    Richard Preston, author of THE HOT ZONE
  • This timely literary page-turner shows Wright is on a par with the best writers in the genre.

    Publishers Weekly

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