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Plague Wars: Infection Day: The First Trilogy by David VanDyke

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Three apocalyptic technothriller adventures (Plague Wars Series Book 12)

From Hugo and Dragon Award finalist and Amazon bestselling author David VanDyke, and Ryan King–the first three books of the acclaimed Plague Wars apocalyptic series in one big volume!

When the Eden Plague is loosed upon the world, the forces of order and chaos, good and evil must battle it out in a struggle for control and supremacy. A PTSD-damaged combat medic, a female Marine with no legs and a sniper with no remorse might be its only hope of survival. Can these flawed heroes drive back those who would enslave humanity? Or will the darkness spread and swallow them up?

Begin your journey through the epic saga of the Plague Wars with the gripping first three books of the bestselling apocalyptic series, for the first time in one enormous volume. Plague Wars: Infection Day follows in the apocalyptic thriller and military-adventure science fiction traditions of Stephen King, Harry Turtledove and SM Stirling.

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Editorial Reviews

A Kindle Book Review Best Indie Award Winner semi-finalist (The Eden Plague, 2013).

“Everything needed for a great story is right here in its pages…
 (Reaper’s Run is) a fast-paced read that raises the questions we’ve come to expect from near future thrillers, but it has a freshness and a vigor — and dare I say it — a moral compass that isn’t as common as with others of its ilk.” – Charles de Lint: Books to Look For, Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine(July/August 2014)

“Although I did not originally like the character Skull, after reading the book and getting inside his head, I liked him a lot more. If you like Lee Childs character “Jack Reacher”, you will like “Skull’s Shadow”. Of course the story line is totally different but the characters are similar. Overall, I LOVE the Plague Wars Series. This series is one that I just want to read and read. Work gets in the way”  – Patricia L.

PUBLISHED: 2016

PAGES: 567

AUTHOR: David VanDyke

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