Beginnings

Beginnings June A couple of small bombs are exploded in a Rio de Janeiro favela and Tijuana Mexico few casualties but riots and looting follow July A mysterious plague which turns normal humans into

  • Title: Beginnings
  • Author: Danielle Blanchard Benson Danielle Blanchard
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 196
  • Format: ebook
  • June, 2012 A couple of small bombs are exploded in a Rio de Janeiro favela and Tijuana, Mexico few casualties but riots and looting follow.July, 2012 A mysterious plague which turns normal humans into flesh eating cannibals destroys Central and South America and decimates large swathes of Europe and Asia.August, 2012 Governments worldwide collapse, chaos ensues and theJune, 2012 A couple of small bombs are exploded in a Rio de Janeiro favela and Tijuana, Mexico few casualties but riots and looting follow.July, 2012 A mysterious plague which turns normal humans into flesh eating cannibals destroys Central and South America and decimates large swathes of Europe and Asia.August, 2012 Governments worldwide collapse, chaos ensues and the plague mutates into something much than anyone could have anticipated.Join a group of survivors from Europe and the Americas as they search for a way to patch their lives back together while dealing with personal issues from their former lives which continue to haunt them Nothing lasts forever, not even the beginnings of the plague.

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    1. A rogue scientist sells a specially engineered virus to rid countries of undesired populations. The rich would be vaccinated, the poor would die. Or would they? The brilliant plan backfires as the virus travels the globe creating zombies in its wake. What a scary world this is. It is incredible how quickly the virus spreads from country to country. Lawlessness ensues and governments fall. The scientist that brought about this plague Charles Jessup begins to feel a little remorse for his actions. [...]

    2. As seen on -> readingbythebeachWhen I first started reading Beginnings, I have to be honest and say that I couldn't get into the story. I found the bouncing around from each different person too distracting, never giving me a connection to any of the characters. I set it aside for a couple of days then picked it back up determined to finish and find something that I liked. I mean, zombies? Yes! I will forever be a fan of zombie books, so when I say I was determined, I was determined!I must ha [...]

    3. This gory, intense and obscenely graphic apocalyptic zombie novel held within its pages one heck of a thrilling ride! From a virus gone incredibly array, to the crumbling of our modern society, this story held my attention from the start. The characters were raw, real and very well written. You’re given a very unique insight into each one of them, as the story is told through each character’s point of view at different times throughout the book. The author put them in situations that showed [...]

    4. I enjoyed the first part of the book but had a hard time after that. To be fair to the author this is more my fault as I'm not as versed on European societies, culture or geography. This made it more difficult for me to envision the settings in my mind. Overall the book was an interesting read - who doesn't love zombies - and the plot has major potential. I know this is only the first book of a series and it'll be interesting to see where the books go.Like some others I did have problems with so [...]

    5. YAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!! Another editing project is now a published book! Be sure to check out Beginnings: The Plague, the first in a new series by Danielle Blanchard Benson.

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