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Another Place to Die is a vivid account of individuals caught up in a worldwide flu pandemic. Set in Vancouver, Canada, this is a terrifying and realistic scenario of people facing the horror of a killer virus that will kill millions. Everything your Government said would protect you is a lie. Make a choice. Escape to a safe place or tough it out. As martial law is declareAnother Place to Die is a vivid account of individuals caught up in a worldwide flu pandemic. Set in Vancouver, Canada, this is a terrifying and realistic scenario of people facing the horror of a killer virus that will kill millions. Everything your Government said would protect you is a lie. Make a choice. Escape to a safe place or tough it out. As martial law is declared and soldiers have orders to shoot anyone breaking curfew, normal life begins to break down. Mass burial pits are being dug. Everyone is afraid of each other. The Pandemic is coming. Where will you go? Where exactly is safe? Another Place To Die is an essential survival manual everyone should read....

Title : Another Place to Die
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ISBN : 9781847538994
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 250 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Another Place to Die Reviews

  • Daniel
    2018-11-14 18:54

    Another "end of the world" type of book that I love to read. This one concerned a worldwide flu epidemic. The style was somewhat off putting and for a while I was confused by the multiple story lines and couldn't keep track of who was who. It's not the best in this genre, but was decent.If you need an end of the world book "fix" it will fill the need. Otherwise, don't bother.

  • Andy
    2018-12-10 20:55

    I liked the realistic feel and faction (fact/fiction) press releases in between the chapters. The characters never fully developed for me. The flu rollout was fairly realistic but because the characters didn't hook me, it just wasn't powerful as to who lived and died. There were some poorly researched facts that bothered me - one that comes to mind is Fen feeding the dog chocolates which any dog owner could tell you is just not done. All in all, it was OK, but I ended up finishing the book just to finish, not because I was absorbed.

  • Benjaminivor
    2018-12-06 16:41

    Very solid account of how a virus could play out in the near future with great excerpts from actual WHO and CDC documents that show the full extent of our pitiful preparedness for such an inevitable event. As someone within the industry who loves Scifi and works on humanitarian response - I have to applaud new authors like this who do their homework and then write well and creatively to develop a believable scenario with strong characters and memorable conflict. I wish there was more good material like this available, it kicks the crap out of the zombie genre! This was the first book to really turn me on to strong small authors writing for niche audiences, I am so glad this type of thought provoking work is getting exposure!

  • Benjaminivor
    2018-12-10 17:48

    Very solid account of how a virus could play out in the near future with great excerpts from actual WHO and CDC documents that show the full extent of our pitiful preparedness for such an inevitable event. As someone within the industry who loves Scifi and works on humanitarian response - I have to applaud new authors like this who do their homework and then write well and creatively to develop a believable scenario with strong characters and memorable conflict. I wish there was more good material like this available, it kicks the crap out of the zombie genre!

  • Owen
    2018-12-06 19:08

    well researched and horribly developed. The Character development was God awful, the unbelievable story about Fen running away and being taken in like a foundling of old by two men. is just not even close to believable. The cabbie is interesting until he he develops a love interest in a second. The plague aspect was very interesting and something i would like to know more about, ie. the response by cities, planning, ect. all in all it was a fun book but not worth the 8$ i spent on it @ the used bookstore.

  • Nadir
    2018-11-15 23:52

    Thought-provoking read about a flu-gone-wild creating a very deadly pandemic. The story takes place in and around Vancouver, BC - interesting to read about places I've visited and enjoyed being devastated by the events of the story. The comparisons to the great flu of 1918 is easily the most thought provoking part of the book because instead of everything being hypothetical, there is historical basis for such concerns (albeit in a time of less effective medicine).

  • Brian Baird
    2018-11-12 23:53

    It's a bit choppy to read, at the moment. The main characters refer to each other by name only. It's never stuff like, " Honey, Lover, Dad, etc. " So it's kind of hard to get the idea that the person is much more than a character, instead of a person you should be caring about. I'll keep reading and hope it gets better. Interesting storyline so far.

  • Odimar
    2018-11-20 00:07

    Don't Know.