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The Apocalypse Gene
The Apocalypse Gene
Author: Suki Michelle, Carlyle Clark
Global pandemic is raging. Olivya Wright-Ono's once loving home has been converted to a hospice for the dying.  Her ability to see auras forces her to witness, with agonizing detail, the vibrant colors of life consumed by malignancy.  The beautiful and troubled, Mikah, is an elite Empath in the ancient Kindred clan, led by the brooding, e...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781600431029
ISBN-10: 160043102X
Publication Date: 7/30/2011
Pages: 238
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Parker Publishing Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 1
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mssheenaann avatar reviewed The Apocalypse Gene on + 107 more book reviews
Dystopian and apocalyptic books have been some of my favorite reads lately. This book happens to be quite different from those I've read before, it has more of a mythical aspect, which is something I haven't really been interested in. It worked though and I really liked it. This book scored big points for me. The teenage main character Olivya, is African American and Japanese, and that's not something I've seen much of in this genre, so big props for that.

It took me awhile to actually get into the book, and try to keep everyone and everything straight. When the action started though, I couldn't get enough, and wanted to keep reading to see what would happen next. Olivya and Mikah are awesome main characters and I loved them together. I also loved the virtual world of Cy-Chi and thought it was genius when their Holo-Sims came alive into the real world. The setting is grim, just as you would expect the world to be, at a time like this, when cancer takes over almost everyone and the world become crazy! It really makes you think... what if??? This book is unique and so totally different than alot of books in this genre.

I received a copy of this Ebook from the author Suki Michelle for review. This has no way influenced my opinion.



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