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Quarantine By John Brinling,

  • Title: Quarantine
  • Author: John Brinling
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This novel is a science fiction adventure with aliens and mutants and immigrants struggling for survival in East Africa, where deception, savagery and death are an inherent part of daily life Where the indigenous hatred and unimaginable horrors fuel anarchy and rebellion.The Mbili are the ruling class The Ine the underclass In a land populated by these grotesque mutantsThis novel is a science fiction adventure with aliens and mutants and immigrants struggling for survival in East Africa, where deception, savagery and death are an inherent part of daily life Where the indigenous hatred and unimaginable horrors fuel anarchy and rebellion.The Mbili are the ruling class The Ine the underclass In a land populated by these grotesque mutants, one thing is clear They will never live together in peace It is not peace the Mbili seek It is total domination When Paul Henry, an accountant for an international accounting firm, decides to immigrate to Uhuru, he knows only that he can never return once exposed to the deadly Lassa fever, that Oneida, the love of his life, is scheduled to join him in two weeks, and that his life is pretty damn good He is disavowed of the latter even before Uhuruan Airways Flight 100 lands in Mombasa, when he sees things out the window of the unmanned Tristar that challenge his sanity.How does an outsider like Paul Henry cope in this environment He is no ordinary immigrant He is a survivor And his every instinct is to fight back Not only to escape, but to keep his fianc e Oneida from flying down to join him in the Hell that is Uhuru.Unknown to the mutants and immigrants, there is an alien spacecraft circling Earth, which has than a passing interest in the events unfolding in the Rift Valley Will these visitors from another planet stop Paul Henry if the Mbili and Ine prove incapable And what is their plan for the civilized world Especially Great Britain Adult content Strong language Vivid sex and violence.
    Quarantine This novel is a science fiction adventure with aliens and mutants and immigrants struggling for survival in East Africa where deception savagery and death are an inherent part of daily life Where th

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    1. A fantastic SciFi adventure Riveting characters, bone chilling cruelty, explosively climactic If you read one SciFi adventure this month, make it Quarantine.The book is available on Kindle, Smashwords, Barnes Noble, Sony, etc.Https dp B003ZSHNUO

    2. I was immediately drawn into this book as the general concept was really fascinating A land ravaged by disease, then rebuilt as a special place to which you might move, but could never leave A 6 month quarantine to acclimate you to the virus you would then forever carry That is intriguing enough, but add in the fact that the protagonist quickly realizes that things are not what they seem, and he s been misled in many ways Then experience the suspense as, slowly, the pieces of the puzzle start to [...]

    3. Accountant and former Navy aviator Paul Henry is excited when he gets the opportunity to take a position in the mysterious African nation of Uhuru The citizens of that country were almost wiped out a a plague and many have changed in ways that those in the outside world do not know Leaving his fiance behind, Henry is ill prepared as the truth of the situation begins to become clear It may be up to one man to escape and bring the truth to the outside world.Author John Brinling presents an alterna [...]

    4. I m so glad I read this Even though I have read and really enjoyed the authors other books, I had held off reading Quarantine because I saw in the description the words, science fiction, aliens, and mutants Sci Fi is not a genre that I enjoyed, that is until now I loved this book, in fact this may very well be my favorite book of his I was hooked within the first few pages, there is so much packed into this book, all of the descriptions of the area, the various characters, etc are incredibly viv [...]

    5. Quarantine is a very usual books A near future world just after a pandemic caused havoc A large African state with closed borders which accepts immigrants but they have to go through a bizarre decontamination process and can never leave The hero of the book experiences this process and in time discovers the real purpose behind it I am not going to tell it to you because that would spoil the book.The only comment I would make is the plot got very complex towards the end and perhaps just slightly [...]

    6. This book was shockingly good Original story with a main character that was easy to relate to not a loveable person, but you can understand why he does everything he has to do I would like to have some words with the author about the ending, but I don t want to give anything away His writing reminds me of Jack McDevitt s better stories.This book is compelling and I just cannot say enough about this I love finding good authors that I have not read before And I love it even that Mr Brinling seems [...]

    7. I would like to make this 2.5 stars, 2 seems a little too harsh, 3 seems a little to high.The first half of the book was claustrophobic and repetitive, and I had difficulty connecting with the main character and the writing style Not my cup of tea However, the story had me sufficiently curious about how it would all play out to pull me through to the end It was a near thing around the half way mark though.

    8. Good book A little long in some parts, but overall it had a good plot Characters were interesting and the concept was unique Almost forgot about the prologue as I read the main part of the book Unique protagonist and lots of irony.

    9. i liked the premise of the story but it got pretty repetitive had it been in the hands of stephen king, it would ve been much better.

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