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Padiente will die unless Joe Ledger meets the this powerful new enemy on their own terms as he fights terror with terror. But then something happened and the book quickly turned course on me and I fell in love with all of it. Click here to check out the whole trilogy. Yes you read right! Commander Peterson couldn’t help wondering what people around the world thought of this apocalypse. I think it could have been shortened slightly and been a better read, but perhaps not.

Patient Zero

It’s hard for me to be fair jonzthan the next book I read after flying through one with such high intensity. Jun 26, Lou rated it really liked it. And that’s both a good, and a bad pacinte. Lock your doors and pray. What do you think? Compelled by grief and rage, Jpnathan rejoins the DMS and within hours is attacked by a hit-team of assassins and sent on a suicide mission into a viral hot zone during an Ebola outbreak. But before they can close in the enemy virus infects Air Force One.


But it never snaps. Retrieved from ” https: Most of Ledger’s moves are a mix of karate, aikido, shotokan and tae kwon do, or martial arts with combat emphasis. Joe leads a team Echo of four other guys. He’s not in trouble, everything was by-the-book, but it’s standard procedure. Click here to check out the audio book. But everyone calls me Bunny. N owhere is safe.

Patient Zero (Joe Ledger, #1) by Jonathan Maberry

Seconds later a swarm of killer drones descendupon the picnicked crowd, each one carrying a powerful bomb. What fell short I felt that the ending was less well-executed xero most of the book. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

There are plenty of serious scenes when the MCs are trying to stop the terrorists and yes, people turn and die, but I love those little humorous moments. I have a kind of General Patton take on that: What was I getting myself into? Autonomous, programmed to react padiente animals: I started reading it last week and could not put it down. I originally thought that this was going to be a zombie book.

Not fanatics with explosive vests or political hostage takers. Want to Read saving…. The DMS, run by the mysterious Mr.

Hu Yes, you read that right, just like Dr. The series deals with an outbreak of a virus that triggers a dormant gene, turning five percent of the human population into vampires. It’s clear a helluva lot of jonathaan and research went into making Patient Zero a credible thriller, one that’s as high in science and combat acumen as it is in horror.


And yes, the martial arts, barehanded zombie fighting was pretty awesome. While this is different than what I thought it was going to be about, it’s still a great story. Racked by guilt for pacientte baby she gave up for adoption when she was sixteen.

I mean, Jack Ryan and Mitch Rapp are great and all, but they ain’t fighting zombies, so Ledger is already at least one step up from those guys. And as I always suspected, there are zombies loose in Maryland. Retrieved August 31, First off, I was totally amused that the zombies in this story are called Walkers.

Author Photographs by Sara Jo West. Instead, Maberry takes the military technothriller and turns it sideways by forcing a team of special ops point-men and -women to confront a horror genre staple. Eva I enjoyed it quite a bit, although it isn’t your cheesy, campy “expected” zombie book. The Sebastien Gault chapters are all written in third-person omniscient.

I’d never even smelled anything this big before and now I was expected to train and lead a black ops team? He maberrt kick some ass with his martial arts or with a vast array of weapons. All these ingredients adds up to an entertaining read but nothing really super outstanding.