Featured Review: The Seneca Scourge by Carrie Rubin

Discuss the December 2012 book of the month, "The Seneca Scourge" by Carrie Rubin.
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Post by bigscarythingy »

Great review. This story sounds reminiscent of the Andromeda Strain, and I loved that book. I'm not a massive fan of the medical genre on the whole either, but this sounds like an exception.
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Thanks for your review. This sounds like a fun beach read!

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Post by Stephanie Elizabeth »

Love these outbreak-type books where the main character must aid in finding the cure before it wipes everyone out!

Sounds like a fast-paced adventure. Great review!

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I liked the intelligent combination of medicine, thrill, and sci-fi..beautiful review!

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Post by Uinto »

Quite a glowing review. I would want to read this book for what I’d imagine is a medical review. Thanks.

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Post by Wyland »

I like the intriguing medical plot about this strange but highly infectious bout of the common cold. And what is happening around the patient just heightens the suspense. Thanks for the review.

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Post by Tiny_Turtle »

I don't normally read books with a medical epidemic premise, but your review made this one sound interesting. I like the idea of sub-plots and mysterious behavior of the characters. If it is as engaging as you describe, I will be able to overlook any minor errors. Thank you for the recommendation. 💕

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Sounds like a really interesting book! Thanks for the detailed, comprehensive review.

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Im intrigued to know what the deal is with Casper snd whether or not its connected to the outbreak.

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