In the meantime, Dew Phillips gets introduced as a CIA operative, working for the government secretly. He makes several attempts across the country for catching a live victim. CDC Epidemiologist Margaret Montoya keeps decomposing the corpses of the infected person with the intention of getting any clues. She races for the analysis of the science behind the deadly contagion. Later, Margaret Montoya finds that all the infected killers have a common thing in them, that is all of them have been infected by a parasite with the help of Bioengineering, which proved to be far beyond the limits of the science known to humans.
In the meantime, a former football superstar and a current desk jockey named Perry Dawsey rises one morning to discover several welts have grown on his body mysteriously. After a little while, he begins to think and act strangely, and also hears some strange voices. All these things proved that he was infected. Now, the fate of the human race seems to depend on the war that Perry Dawsey is required to fight against his own body. Later, the tests show that the parasites present inside the body of Perry Dawsey want something more from him than just committing murders.
The deadly parasites make him do much more than all the other infected persons were forced to do. The plot of this novel is also set in The United States of America and it continues to revolve around the happenings in the lives of the main characters named Dew Phillips, Perry Dawsey, and Margaret Montoya. This novel depicts an exhilarating secret battle of the humans against a deadly enemy, as described by author Sigler.
In the opening sequence of the plot of the novel, it is shown that a mysterious pathogen has been transforming the ordinary people into psychopaths and raging killer all over America.
The infected people seem to be under the influence of an alien agenda. The human race tries to counteract the mysterious disease, but after each and every battle, it becomes stronger by adapting and responding with the help of sophisticated strategies and thereby fooling the human race. The only explanation to the problem seems that the deadly epidemic is governed by a form of malevolent intelligence. In order to fight against this threat, a small group is formed secretly.
The members of this secret group include Dew Phillips and Margaret Montoya, who decide to use the infected former football player named Perry Dawsey for their research study, in order to find some possible solution against the deadly pathogen. Perry seems to possess the ability to help locate the hosts of the disease. With his unpredictable and violent nature, he becomes both the best hope the country as well as its terrifying liability.
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I always have high expectations when it comes to Scott Sigler's book. It's probably because he has the most amazing voice acting talent. This book is awesome because it scared and disturbed me! The way the author gave back stories to most of the characters is quite ingenious! I love him for it!!!
I always listen to his podcasts and I definitely enjoy his books because they are very, very enterta Perfectly disturbing. I always listen to his podcasts and I definitely enjoy his books because they are very, very entertaining! If you're looking for a horror read that guarantees hair-rising events Then this one's for you! Apr 25, Kali Mura rated it it was amazing Shelves: demons , monsters , scary-humans. Once again, Sigler had me wincing but unable to stop reading.
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This humorous story is about a wise crackin' monster hunting family, kind of a cross in-between The Beverly Hillbillies and Scooby Doo. Sigler says this may be the beginning of a series, and I can't wait to read more about this family's adventures with the unnatural and the Aussie with the stupid accent. View 2 comments. Apr 25, Richno3 rated it it was amazing.
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There were some stories I liked better than others. I think my favorites were Wolf and Mt. Thanks for the quick reads Scott Sigler. Keep up the good work. May 04, Simon rated it really liked it. Just finished this while on the train, traversing through the rolling hills of Scotland. I must say, I thoroughly enjoyed it. A great selection of stories covering all aspects of the topics I enjoy, vampires, monsters, zombies, bad-ass soldiers and of course religion, albeit I'm not a believer but still very interesting.
Number One with a Bullet was definitely my favourite, Demons and Cops, what could be better. Sigler is a great story teller with a wild imagination, definitely recommend this to Just finished this while on the train, traversing through the rolling hills of Scotland. View 1 comment. May 10, Keith Hughes rated it it was amazing Shelves: kindle. I bought this ebook mainly for the Mt. Fitzroy chapter. All of the other stories I have heard over the years on Scott's podcast, with the exception of the Hunter Hunterson story.
Despite that I really enjoyed "rereading" these stories, and the authors note following each provided a context that I found interesting. The Mt. Fitzroy chapter was very enjoyable. The only problem I had with it was that it was about 60, or so words too short! May 12, Wayne rated it it was amazing. Guess I am a broken record these days, with the five star reviews of Sigler's books, but when its good, its good, and that is all there is to it.
This collection is superb, and I would even say it tops the Bloodcast collections available in podcast form. A couple of them I have heard as podcasts, but the rest were all new to me. I believe my fave is Hunter Hunterson and Sons, which had me laughing out loud. May 17, Reeda Booke rated it it was amazing Shelves: horror , anthologies.