Contagious is a science fiction thriller novel by Scott Sigler. It is the sequel to Sigler’s Infected, and like its predecessor was released in both podcast and print . Read by Scott Sigler. ( stars; reviews). From the acclaimed author of Infected comes an epic and exhilarating story of humanity’s secret battle against a. From the acclaimed author of Infected comes an epic and exhilarating story of humanity’s secret battle against a horrific enemy. Across America.
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Wish air mail would hurry up with my copy of the final novel, Pandemic, so I can start on it! I am currently on book 3 contagipus his EPIC series: I try to mix in my heavier reading with “light reads and guilty pleasure” books. Views Read View source View history. It’s also a great way to discover new podcasts. In order to generate awareness of the upcoming release of the horror novel Contagiousthere were twelve unique promotional posters released, each hinting at a key phrase or plot point.
There are also a few military terms here and there but it shouldn’t really bother the reader if they’re not familiar with the terminology contayious with the science terms.
Rumors have been flying around several potential movie deals over the last couple years, but nothing has been finalized that I know of yet. This makes things much more difficult for our protagonists, as it means the infection can travel far and fast, and to unexpected people, who are almost immediately overwhelmed by it. Meanwhile, other enemies join the battle, and a new threat — one that comes from contagius most unexpected source — may ultimately prove the most dangerous of all.
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Thanks for the promo, Philly-P. Personally, I wouldn’t mind wondering what happens to the characters but then again perhaps it’s better if it stays with two books instead. December 17, at Its madness, its mayhem, and most of all… its fun. Contagious is a truly grand work of suspense, science, and horror from a new master.
I really admired the different approach Mr. This novel delves into the science of xenotransplantation, the problems associated with it, and how one companies attempts to avoid those well documented pitfalls ends in utter disaster. This book would also make for an excellent monster flick – and I bet Hollywood is paying attention. This follow-up to “Infected” has more guns, more carnage, and lots and lots of shit blowing up.
I opened it up and never looked back. Sigler creates relationships between several key characters that factor in to the overall theme seamlessly, and makes your involvement in their situation all that more personal.
He gives away his stories as weekly, serialized, audiobooks, with over contagiouz million episodes downloaded.
The woman who says no sir, never ever decides it’s actually a yes on the next page Stay in Touch Sign up. If you love sci fi and thrillers, this is a great series to read. Well the whole team is back which I was happy to see. From here, all hell breaks loose. That kind of detailed and accurate information on the locales makes all the books particularly interesting for Michigan readers. These new infected can spread the infection, either through a kiss their tongues are the vectoror, as we later find out, through other means entirely.
Firstly, we meet the Orbital, the interstellar craft sent by a species bent on colonizing Earth and converting humans into slave labour. The story was really pretty good but I purchased this as an audio book.
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Contagious (Infected, #2) by Scott Sigler
Welcome to the Jungle. He lives… More about Scott Sigler. I’ve found myself checking out bumps I find on my body a little more closely lately. This book also has some sibler to some of the questions I had from the first one, but not all.
Also by Scott Sigler. Seeing how the military is working to stop the triangles and the impact that is having on Dawsey is good. Of course, it’s important that Infected is read first, as this draws csott background Fine follow up to my first SS experience, “Infected”. The main antagonist is amazing and how the story evolves keeps you guessing.
I also liked the siglsr of the virus being able to evolve and to adapt so no matter how hard the government tries to fight it, it somehow gains the upper hand I thought it was an interesting way of keeping the story going.