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Quarantine Zone By Daniel H. Wilson Fernando Pasarín,

  • Title: Quarantine Zone
  • Author: Daniel H. Wilson Fernando Pasarín
  • ISBN: 9781401252274
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Hardcover
  • New York Times best selling author Daniel H Wilson delivers a thrilling sci fi series that raises hard questions about free will and the nature of good and evil Humanity has discovered the root of all evil the Malnoro virus a devastating malady that modifies the neural pathways for empathy Those infected have been forcibly imprisoned in the Quarantine Zone whether thNew York Times best selling author Daniel H Wilson delivers a thrilling sci fi series that raises hard questions about free will and the nature of good and evil Humanity has discovered the root of all evil the Malnoro virus a devastating malady that modifies the neural pathways for empathy Those infected have been forcibly imprisoned in the Quarantine Zone whether they choose to do good or evil Meanwhile, the rest of the cured world is sterile and crime free, but permeated by an oppressive, paranoid fear of new outbreaks If we could cure ourselves of the capability to do evil, should we And could a person truly be good without the choice to do evil
    Quarantine Zone New York Times best selling author Daniel H Wilson delivers a thrilling sci fi series that raises hard questions about free will and the nature of good and evil Humanity has discovered the root of all

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    1. interesting premise The world is divided by people who have no ability to hurt, and those that are infected with a virus that do nothing but hurt and commit violence, all separated by a wall.But are the differences between the affected and unaffected true, and what is being hid Excellent illustration, decent but predictable storyline.

    2. I was bitterly disappointed with Quarantine Zone Being a massive fan of the Robopocalypse series and Daniel H Wilson, I had such high hopes for this graphic novel It seemed like such a good premise, humans with the evil gene secluded in a quarantine zone, but it was just handled so poorly The narrative is unconvincing and the artwork doesn t suit Bummer.

    3. Unfortunately, pretty disappointing Sigh I had high hopes for this one I just don t care for the military stories The art was average comic book and mostly forgettable And the characters were pretty generic I ll just stick to Wilson s novels.

    4. Fantastic I loved it A world where there are the good people who can t hurt a fly and the bad people who can, separated The guards in the middle and what happens when those infected can control their actions Wonderful book with a great question, why be good when evil is so much easier

    5. When I retired a year point five back that s a yeara 1 2 I decided I was going to read Easy enuff as I had been practically not reading at all during the past few years of employment I subscribe to SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN and interestingly enough, there was an article recommending five 5 Sci Fi books Gr8 source and pool to get a bunch of books to read I read JOIN, DARK MATTER, TOO LIKE THE LIGHTNING and at that point felt my brain was full All three books, so far, were profound, bordering on ponder [...]

    6. Real potential, but the concept is slammed into an exceptionally slim volume for a single volume, stand alone graphic novel Premise Humanity s capacity for evil is based on the presence of a virus one we humanity has learned to kill in 99% of the world population the capacity for evil has been removed The few who can t be cured are locked in a Quarantine Zone in what used to be the eastern USA We follow the story of a particular group of Quarantine Zone Enforcers military troops who protect this [...]

    7. Not the most original storyline, but cleverly written and beautifully drawn Good fun, recommended for all SF fans.

    8. Fantastic premise What if evil was a disease that could be cured But some people are incurable and have to choose between being good or evil In the future evil has been cured in most of human kind and those who can t be are walled off to fend for themselves Definitely explores the nature of good and evil but I feel the story suffers from being too short It may have worked better as a novel as the story felt very rushed in places Fernando Pasarin provides some gorgeous, dynamic art.

    9. I m not being generous with 4 stars I m a hardcore Daniel H Wilson fan The moral duality of our species is languidly explored in the backdrop of his inaugural graphic novel Quarantine Zone Behind character development sufficient for the medium, there is the argument Robert Louis Stevenson proposed long ago Is it only our legal system that prevents sometimes not even wrongdoing and evil acts Are we inherently evil or simply capable of evil I truly appreciated the science fiction notion Wilson ela [...]

    10. Beautifully drawn graphic novel Interesting idea that evil is an infection and incurable Comes across as contrived at time, a plot point that isn t fully fleshes out, but believed by the writer enough to make it an interesting and enjoyable read Ending was far too short considering all the effort to get there Overall worth the read but as far as a dystopian future that will make you think deeply about humanity, meh.

    11. Good artwork, but the story is really bad Very basic premise that isn t well thought out or developed at all.

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