And so it begins, the virus enters on the quiet feet of The Innocents.
It invades each and every one of us.
But, they say, plagues are like fires.
At some point, they burn themselves out. Or not.
Fear and rumor can be far more dangerous than the virus itself.
A new dystopian, post-apocalyptic fiction series from author Bobby Akart (The Blackout Series, The Boston Brahmin series and the Prepping for Tomorrow series). The events depicted in The Pandemic Series are fictional. They are, however, based upon historical fact.
In Beginnings, book one of The Pandemic Series, a deadly plague virus has been introduced across the globe by ISIS terrorists who are waging the mother of all wars - the Final Jihad. Dr. Mackenzie Hagan, a disease detective and epidemiologist at the CDC-Atlanta and Nathan Hunter, an off-the-books operative for the mysterious Project Artemis within the Department of Defense, join forces to both identify the disease, but also to locate its source.
After crisscrossing the planet in search of clues, Mac and Hunter realize that this infectious disease is like no other, and with the jihadists implementing the plague as a tool of bioterror, there is not just one Patient Zero, but thousands.
Mac, unwillingly following in her mother's footsteps, elects to disregard her orders which came straight from the President of the United States, and she rang the clarion bell, a warning to the world, that no one is immune or safe from the perfect killer.
Can a cure be found? Will the politicians who are responsible for protecting our nation from all forms of enemies warn the public? Is it too late? The saga continues in The Innocents, book two of The Pandemic Series.