The worst of nature and the worst of science will bring the human race to the brink of extinction...
Master Sergeant Reed Beckham has led his Delta Force Team, codenamed Ghost, through every kind of hell imaginable and never lost a man. When a top secret Medical Corps research facility goes dark, Team Ghost is called in to face their deadliest enemy yet--a variant strain of Ebola that turns men into monsters.
After barely escaping with his life, Beckham returns to Fort Bragg in the midst of a new type of war. As cities fall, Team Ghost is ordered to keep CDC virologist Dr. Kate Lovato alive long enough to find a cure. What she uncovers will change everything.
Total extinction is just on the horizon, but will the cure be worse than the virus?
Self-publishing sensation and USA Today bestseller Nicholas Sansbury Smith comes to Orbit with the first book in his propulsive post-apocalyptic series about a soldier's mission to save the world.
The Extinction Cycle:
Book 1: Extinction HorizonBook 2: Extinction EdgeBook 3: Extinction AgeBook 4: Extinction EvolutionBook 5: Extinction EndBook 6: Extinction Aftermath
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Wow! A Scientific Based Zombie Apocalypse
I don’t typically read Zombie books, but took a chance on Extinction Horizons and wow, I wasn’t disappointed! Unlike many zombie apocalypse books and even movies, Nicholas Sansbury Smith provides a scientific explanation of how people are mutated into variants (Zombies) and provides characters which are complex and well-developed, which brings the story to life!
I highly recommend if you like intelligent, well-written books that packs action, plot twists, and a great storyline, this is it!
After reading The Remanning series by D. J. Molles I had to read this. I have not been let down in this series. Heart pounding, lots of action, and of course an enemy the world has never seen before.. or have they.
Amazing through and through
This book was amazing. It had me on the edge of my seat the entire time I was reading it. What I enjoyed the most about this book was how relatable the character were, especially MSG Beckham, and being in the military and can understand how the soldiers feel at times.