Pandemic, Scott Sigler's Explosive Conclusion To The New York Times Bestselling Trilogy That Began With Infected And Contagious
Description: Scott Sigler’s Infected shocked readers with its terrifying, close-up account of one man’s struggle against an alien infection that turned his own mind and body against him. Its New York Times-bestselling sequel, Contagious, wowed readers again by pulling back the camera to tell the larger story of America’s continuing struggle against this growing, mutating, intelligent disease. Fans have waited eagerly for Sigler to conclude his epic alien-invasion trilogy, and now their requests have been answered. In Pandemic we see Margaret Montoya, the woman who outsmarted the disease in the first two books, take center stage as the main character. She saved the world, but only by sacrificing millions of lives — a decision that has haunted her and destroyed her life. But before Margaret’s actions led to that alien intelligence being shot out of the sky, it launched one last payload — a tiny soda-can-sized canister filled with microorganisms engineered to modify every human being they touch, creating twisted nightmares set on wiping all of humanity from the face of the earth. For years, the canister has rested, undisturbed and impotent, deep beneath the waters of Lake Michigan. Until now. Drawing comparisons to writers ranging from Robert A. Heinlein to Michael Crichton to Stephen King, Sigler has established a ravenous following with this brilliantly plotted series that mixes horror, medical fact, and science fiction as it has never been done before.
Published on Dec 31, 1969