The Eden Plague Military combat sci fi apocalypse techno thriller PREQUEL Rule Try not to shoot your future wife Veteran combat medic Daniel Markis reacts on instinct against armed invaders in his home Who is the m

  • Title: The Eden Plague
  • Author: David VanDyke
  • ISBN: 9781626260016
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • Military combat sci fi apocalypse techno thriller PREQUEL.Rule 1 Try not to shoot your future wife.Veteran combat medic Daniel Markis reacts on instinct against armed invaders in his home Who is the man he kills, the woman he shoots, and what is the Eden Plague Fleeing the shadowy Company, Daniel turns to fellow soldiers He fights back, seeks the woman, and wants answeMilitary combat sci fi apocalypse techno thriller PREQUEL.Rule 1 Try not to shoot your future wife.Veteran combat medic Daniel Markis reacts on instinct against armed invaders in his home Who is the man he kills, the woman he shoots, and what is the Eden Plague Fleeing the shadowy Company, Daniel turns to fellow soldiers He fights back, seeks the woman, and wants answers A secret threatens world stability and a conspiracy could change everything.

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    1. Very well done military/black ops with a bit of end of the world as well and have read both the "romantic" version as well as the original version.Well developed characters, a new scientific discovery vaguely along the lines of Jurassic Park and others of that type, with nanobot technology, carried along by excellent presentation of the usual black ops/military type action. Good character development which included the changes in mindsets triggered by exposure to the Plague.The romantic version [...]

    2. I cannot believe what I just read/listened to.No offense to the narrator who did an awesome job.But this story, OMG, a single, crazy, religious fanatic dude decides he knows what's best for all of humanity and regardless of the consequences, releases a biological virus to infect every human on the planet.No kidding.The book presents it as a GOOD THING. I had to finish the whole thing because I was hoping against hope that somewhere before the end of the book the MC would be exposed as the psycho [...]

    3. I expected this action/adventure to be military/black ops action, which it presents very believably. I also anticipated a bit of an 'apocalypse' twist, which it is, in a way, though in more end of the world as we know it rather than end of the world.Well developed characters, a new scientific discovery vaguely along the lines of Jurassic Park and others of that type, with nanobot technology, carried along by excellent presentation of the usual black ops/military type action. Good character devel [...]

    4. As a fellow author of adventure novels, I must say that this one is the best I've read this year and quite possibly one of the best I've ever read! The writing style is concise and engaging, the characters are truly believable and the plot is fresh and newrhaps even unique. You shouldn't pass this one up!! I can't wait to read the next one in the series!

    5. Fast paced, action adventure. I read it for a friend and was surprised by how much I really enjoyed it. I will definitely be recommending The Eden Plague to my dad and brother, because it just the sort of break-neck ride they'll buckle up for and be left wanting more.

    6. I've only read the german Version. Therefore I could say nothing about the original. The translation was good. No mistakes and easy written. The titel in englisch and in german is in my opinion bad chosen. In german a "plague" would be translated with "Plage" or "Seuche". Both words have a negative meaning. The Story of the book #0 is in my opinion more positive than the titel would describe. The "Virus" wich changes the people has in book #0 only positive effects. Putting the great hunger for f [...]

    7. Rule#1: Try not to shoot your future wife.When veteran combat medic Daniel Markis finds armed invaders in his home and it all goes sideways, he must operate on instinct. Who is the man he killed, and the woman he shot, and what is this Eden Plague? On the run from the shadowy Company, Daniel turns to his brothers in arms to fight back, to find the woman and get the answers he needs. Soon they take possession of a secret that threatens the stability of the world, as together they lead a conspirac [...]

    8. A roller coaster ride from page one - Eden Plague, first installment of the Plague Wars series, introduces a world where scientists have discovered a virus that heals instead of harms, rendering those infected with tremendous healing powers. But there are side effects.A secret organization wants to control the Eden Plague and anyone who knows about it. They will stop at nothing to make sure only the chosen few are exposed to its power, those who will swear allegiance and be prepared to die for t [...]

    9. The author seems to intimate that our baser instincts (and our higher instincts) are a function of biological flaws. I have heard this argued by shrinks and counselors of all stripes and think they are all wrong That seems too black and white to me. Having said that though, the remainder of the book was a very interesting thought experiment that I thoroughly enjoyed.I was especially happy with the way the author portrayed members of the military. I have read too many authors who seem to think me [...]

    10. Die Geschichte beginnt spannend, kann sich dann aber nicht entscheiden, ob sie das Aktiongenre oder Gesellschaftskritik sein will. Die Story wirkt schnell langweilig, aufgrund des Erzählstils. Ich finde er ist so einer guten und spannenden Story nicht angepasst. Dieser ist lieblos und nimmt den Leser nicht mit. Sicherlich Geschmackssache, mich hat es nicht gepackt :)

    11. -¿Para qué vamos a razonar, planificar e investigar si lo podemos arreglar a tiros?.-Género. Ciencia-Ficción.Lo que nos cuenta. Daniel Markis, veterano de guerra, vuelve a casa para encontrar que la puerta de su domicilio parece abierta. En lugar de llamar a la Policía, entra pistola automática en mano (luego piensa en llamar a los representantes de la ley pero el teléfono no funciona, claro), se toma unas cuantas pastillas estimulantes (que lleva bajo el asiento del coche normalmente, co [...]

    12. This book is a bit of a love it or hate it kind of book, with no room in the middle. But I'm finding that I did not love it, and I really didn't hate it. There was aspects of the story that I loved--the science behind the plague (didn't like that it was extraterrestrial, but I liked what the plague did), the characters, and the master plan.But I did not enjoy the military-speak of it, and I did not like the way in which the story was told. I felt that there were truly only a few key scenes, then [...]

    13. The plot twists kept on coming, and I kept turning the pages to find out what happened next! It's a combination military literature/sci-fi, but it feels like it could appeal to a wide range of audiences. The military parts of the story weren't too technical, but never felt dumbed down either. The science fiction aspect drew the plot along at a great pace. The romance sections were subtle and blended well with the overall tale. I vote this a good read!

    14. It's a decent story especially for a self-published author. It's more commando/action versus zombie which is where I picked it up in the category. I don't have the time to pinpoint some shortfall since I read the book a while ago and had to skim it to recall the plot for the review. The characters were stereotypical and the book didn't stand out much for me.

    15. An interesting premise and some good science. This book is well written, fast paced and an easy read. The characters are developed fairly well and are relatable. This book however was a little bit too military for me personally, not sure if I will continue with the series.

    16. This is a facinating re-think on the apocalypseCracking story and very cleverly told - wee bit thin on the character developement thoBut I enjoyed it and am off to read book 2

    17. An apocalypse plus throw in some black ops action and you have Eden Plague! A thrilling sci/fi that starts out action packed and keeps it going until the end. Excellent read!

    18. The author is obviously familiar with military special forces action - the main character was in the Army Rangers and Air Force just like the author. Why is there evil in the world? What can save us from ourselves? These are two BIG questions posited in the telling of the tale. They are not posited quite so blatantly as I just did, nevertheless they are still there. The partial answer to the first is perhaps it is a virus - a virus which does not necessarily attack and destroy our bodies, but on [...]

    19. I'm not really sure how to classify this novel: post-apocalyptic, thriller, or science fiction as it has elements of all three genres. The author does a good job of getting you into the heads of his characters and describes the scenes and events well and make you feel as if you are right there in the middle of the action. You also have some Walter Mitty type moments where you think "what if" you had some radically different potion (or is it a plague?) that could cure all diseases and what might [...]

    20. Well I was looking for another series to start and The Plague Wars kept popping up. I tend to associate science fiction with the future and kept reading end expecting there to be some sort of time shift to the distant future. There was no shift to the future, so this book and most of the series takes place in today's current timeline. This does not mean that there are no space ships or aliens etc This series is kind of an X-files episode mixed with Jason Bourne. As far as introduction books go, [...]

    21. Reaper Press ebook for Kobo ©2012 9781626260474Following the recommendation in the first of the follow-on series I've gone back to the start - and this is not a disappointment. Another fast-moving and intriguing story, part thriller/mystery/ manhunt type mix with a convincing sf layer for good measure. The good news is that there are several more books in the seriees, which almost makes up for them being so damned readable!

    22. This was actually better than I thought it was gonna be. Got it as a freebie from as a set of the first 3 books in the series. The first book sets the stage and it kinda flip flops between action and plot building, which is all good because the second and third books were great! I wouldn't say this is a must read, but definitely an enjoyable one.

    23. Very interesting "plague" this author writes about! I read this story after reading Books 1&2 and it was interesting to meet some of the characters before the plague was released. I had a major disconnect with the character Skull, though. He felt like a completely different character in Book 0 than in Book 2, although I can't pinpoint exactly why! Definitely sticking with this series!

    24. Different Take on the Outbreak TropeOne of the reasons I enjoyed this book is because it is a very different take on the outbreak trope. In fact, while there is an outbreak, the results are he exact opposite from other books of this type. Light and fun read.

    25. David VanDyke’s THE EDEN PLAGUE is a rip-roaring, edge-of-your-seat thriller with enough big guns, macho men, and raging conspiracies to satisfy any fan of the genre. At least, that’s what the first half is like. The second half . . . well, the second half is a bit of a conundrum. There are still big guns, macho men, and raging conspiracies, but it’s all sugar-coated in a feel-good patina that doesn’t quite work.The story here is interesting – ex-military specialist Daniel Markis, suff [...]

    26. Such an interesting concept, but I was done halfway through the book and certainly have no interest in reading the rest of the series.

    27. Now this is an interesting story lineDon’t get hung up on the ties to military background as some of the reviews I read did, what grabbed me is the “real” story line. Erase all that ails ya. Sounds like a good deal, then start looking at possible pitfalls. Gotta run, the next one in the series is waiting. Enjoy!

    28. The Eden Plague makes humans perfect. It heals, regenerates, and makes perfect humans, as well as imbuing them with an unshakable conscience and generally making them all-around nice folks. Developed by Soviet scientists and lost for decades, the easily-communicable virus is kept a closely guarded secret until the primary test subject, Elise, escapes with coldly competent former Air Force medic Daniel Markis. Thanks to the virus, they're the nicest people on Earth, but that's a huge problem for [...]

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