Eric L. Harry
As a pandemic virus divides the nation, one family stands in the way of apocalypse in this series climax by an author with “a first-rate speculative mind” (Kirkus Reviews on Society of the Mind).
Scientist Emma Miller was the first American infected in the Pandoravirus pandemic, which triggers violent rages and sociopathic homicide. No longer fettered by morality or emotion, she has galvanized the Infected into a powerful and dangerous movement. But is she America’s worst nightmare—or its only hope?
Emma’s twin sister Isabel and brother Noah struggle against the threats posed by rampant infection, deadly civil unrest, and desperate government measures. Their only chance for a future may lie in an alliance with Emma and her expanding community. Will it be peace between the Infected and Uninfected, or eradication of one group by the other? While cities burn and social order crumbles, one family’s fight to survive will determine the fate of civilization.
“Harry’s vision of an apocalyptic plague is as chilling as it is plausible. This masterful thriller will leave you terrified, enthralled, and desperate for the next entry in the series.” —Kira Peikoff, author of No Time to Die and Mother Knows Best
“Like Crichton and H.G. Wells, Harry writes stories just this side of science fiction that entertain roundly while they explore questions of scientific and social import.” —Publishers Weekly on Society of the Mind