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The Last Plague:
The Apocalypse Series, Book One

by Glen E. Page, MD

      The Last Plague mixes science fiction with government conspiracy, viruses and biblical prophecy. This is the first in The Apocalypse Series. Glen E. Page, MD is a physician and surgeon in Idaho and draws on his own medical experience in writing The Apocalypse Series. I found The Last Plague to be more of a science fiction type novel versus a medical suspense novel although both are involved. The Last Plague is a well-written, engrossing novel to read and I look forward to the next in the series and the next...

Dr. Douglas Hunter is called in on a case involving a nine to ten year old girl brought into the emergency room. She was found stabbed and alone in the mountains. Dr. Hunter is repairing a lacerated ovarian artery when he discovers that one ovary is missing and the other is black and like a lump of coal. When he begins to investigate this case of the blackened ovary, the people he has consulted with turn up dead. Someone is trying to cover up the details of this deadly plague. Dr. Hunter finds himself drawn into a very sinister secret.

More girls turn up with the same black ovary and the army confiscates the bodies of these young girls. Very strange. Dr. Hunter is told it is a matter of national security but this makes no sense.

The Sprudiths, a Native American word that refers to an ancient, mystical evil people are involved in this sinister plot. There is a germ warfare weapon project named The Apocalypse. A virus is created that is so horrible that it may threaten the existence of all life on earth. The battle between good and evil rages on....

The Book

Synergy Books
June 1, 2008
Trade Paperback
Science Fiction
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The Reviewer

Connie Harris
Reviewed 2008
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