Immortality



Immortality Immortality has received a starred review from Publisher s Weekly as well as high praise from many other book review publications Immortality was a 1 best selling techno thriller on from January 2008 to June 2014 Publisher s Weekly starred review When human extinctions occur in South America and spread worldwide, paleobiologist and genetic researcher Mark Freedman senses a connection to the Chromatium Omri bacteria, the oldest known life form on Earth linked to previous extinctions The growing virulence in the kill zones spurs Freedman to join forces with Kathy Morrison, expert on viral and bacterial pathogens with the Centers for Disease Control Despite personal losses, Freedman and Morrison find romance and make discoveries about the devastation and what lies behind it Other colorful characters include dedicated policewoman Sarah Mayfair, whose horrific dreams and improbable survival enable contact with the forces behind the outbreaks cynical Gen James McKafferty, committed to preserving the U.S at whatever cost and Artie Hartman, goaded by his wife s death to wage war on gangs and government forces indiscriminately The seemingly random attacks and emergence of chaos allow Bohacz to explore such themes as whether humanity deserves to survive, the meaning of being human, and the cost of perfect health and immortality The originality of Bohacz s ideas is nearly equaled by detailed descriptions of a decontamination lab, the frenzied search for answers, and the aftermath of destruction His vision of a humanity that faces the need to evolve profoundly or face certain destruction is as timely as today s news and as chilling a doomsday scenario as any ecological catastrophe can suggest.Kirkus There is enough power in the premise to leave readers reeling A novel that will surprise fans of science fiction and doomsday scenarios Speaking as an evolved Transhuman, I applaud this very entertaining, intelligent, and thought provoking journey to the edges of humanity Danny Rubin, author and screenwriter of Groundhog Day Immortality is a fine, tense, scientific mystery adventure that puts mankind in a challenge of survival with a short time limit This is the way the world could end Piers Anthony, author of 21 New York Times best selling novels.Sci Fi Reader 4Stars This book manages to do what all the best sci fi does provide a thought provoking, alternative viewpoint on the business of existence I recommend you give it a go sfreader.com.The story begun in Immortality is not over and continues in the sequel Ghost of the Gods. Free Download Immortality [ Author ] Kevin Bohacz [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 516 pages
  • Immortality
  • Kevin Bohacz
  • English
  • 18 November 2017
  • 0979181518

10 thoughts on “Immortality

  1. Grundlepuck says:

    This is not the book that I thought it would be, but that s pretty much my own fault I like to start a novel with a clean slate of expectations, so I don t read flyleafs or back covers or reviews or basically anything that will potentially spoil the joy of discovery for me I just pick it up and start reading, and if the first page grabs me then there is a good chance that I will buy it.Based on the first page and the cover, I thought I was in for a man merging wth machine singularity kind of e This is not the book that I thought it would be, but that s pretty much my own fault I like to start a novel with a clean slate of expectations, so I don t read flyleafs or back covers or reviews or basically anything that will potentially spoil the joy of discovery for me I just pick it up and start reading, and if the first page grabs me then there is a good chance that I will buy it.Based on the first page and the cover, I thought I was in for a man merging wth machine singularity kind of exploration, but what I got was an apocalyptic plague with some pretty cool concepts behind it This is much less my kind of book, but that s OK, it s a side effect of my obsession to remain spoiler free, and I can live with that I ve even on a couple of occasions realized 1 2 way through reading a novel that it was actually non fict...

  2. Alysia says:

    This book was sent to me from Audible.com for a review of the story, the narrator and the overall audiobook experience First let me say that I was shocked the audiobook was 24 hours long Holly cow That is a chunky book Immortality is the epic story of the days and weeks leading up to the end of known humanity and the beginning of the end of our modern day civilization Once people start noticing the unusual death zones around the world Mark Freedman, a famous paleontologist, is called to th This book was sent to me from Audible.com for a review of the story, the narrator and the overall audiobook experience First let me say that I was shocked the audiobook was 24 hours long Holly cow That is a chunky book Immortality is the epic story of the days and weeks leading up to the end of known humanity and the beginning of the end of our modern day civilization Once people start noticing the unusual death zones around the world Mark Freedman, a famous paleontologist, is called to the CDC to help them unearthinformation about the Chromatium Omri bacteria, the oldest known life form on Earth And the killer of us all This audiobook is filled with chapters from various people and their perspectives on the coming Armageddon I loved the deep research and the approach the author took to get the whole thing to make sense in the beginning Then something happen Around the time in the book the author had one of the strong female characters ...

  3. Goddessinlb says:

    OMG This book was awesome.I stole this review fromDeep in the , within specifically precise boundaries, humans drop dead within seconds, leaving behind animals and plant life The areas are circular, and become known as kill zones Little notice is taken until a kill zone strikes in Anchorage Alaska American soil Dr Kathy Morrison, a CDC doctor in their BVMC Bacterial and Viral Maximum Containment lab is assigned to stud...

  4. Michael says:

    I came very close to abandoning this book in the first 1 8 of it I am extremely glad I did not but all my frustration with poor writing and character development and general unnecessary verbiage continued to be justified Thankfully I was able to force my brain to adjust and read lightly when indicated This was a large and incredibly complex premise with a lot of fascinating science driving it It is larger than the skills of the author Had this book been co written with an actual skilled wri I came very close to abandoning this book in the first 1 8 of it I am extremely glad I did not but all my frustration with poor writing and character development and general unnecessary verbiage continued to be justified Thankfully I was able to force my brain to adjust and read lightly when indicated This was a large and incredibly complex premise with a lot of fascinating science driving it It is larger than the skills of the author Had this book been co written with an actual skilled writer, it could have succeeded wildly Had a skilled editor with a heavy hand been deeply involved in the project, it could have been a much better read What I did like enormo...

  5. Jolie says:

    This book was a great read and a little scary.because this is something that could happen.I was a little confused by the technical medical jargon but Googling it cleared it right up.The religious ascpect of the book ie the godheads were a little too much...

  6. Christopher says:

    So many pages and no satisfaction.

  7. patricia i. kainu says:

    Immortality ReviewThe story was interesting enough to keep me reading but must confess to skipping over a number of places where the detail to me went on far too long which caused me to begin losing attention.

  8. Neil says:

    I had high hopes for this book, but after only 43% read I couldn t be bothered with it I was skipping large sections of narrative, that simple repeated the previous pages Perhaps it wasn t for me.

  9. Ken says:

    Interesting premise, but it shouldn t be the end.Okay, we know this is sort of a pre apocalyptic, and apocalypse type novel People die, anarchy breaks out But I don t understand why it should in some respects Why Well over seventy percent of America s populace is killed off That means thirty percent is left That s millions of people If our population is over 300 million, that s around 90 million survivors Ninety million And what was our...

  10. E. says:

    I got this book as a Kindle loan from a friend It has two rather distinct feels to it, the first half I d give 5 s to, the 2nd 3 s I try to keep my reviews vague, but as with any review there may be some spoilers The first half was great It grabbed me like a Roland Emmerich movie, watching as imminent disaster approached humanity while snacking away on my popcorn You jump around, meeting people in various...

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