Amanda's Story

Amanda's Story

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In his national bestseller HYBRID, Brian O'Grady created a bracing and vividly realized tale of a virus gone out of control. At the center of that story was Amanda Flynn, a woman not killed by the EDH1 virus, but changed in frightening ways. HYBRID only hinted at the story of Amanda's work in Honduras that led to her exposure and the ramifications when the American government sought to contain the damage. Now, that story can be told.AMANDA'S STORY is the heart-stopping tale of a woman caught up in a storm she wanted no part of, and what happens when she refuses to be collateral damage. It is the story that readers of HYBRID have been waiting for and that new readers will find impossible to put down.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 360 pages
  • 153 x 229 x 17.53mm | 412g
  • Stamford, United States
  • English
  • 1611880475
  • 9781611880472

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57 ratings
3.93 out of 5 stars
5 28% (16)
4 47% (27)
3 16% (9)
2 7% (4)
1 2% (1)

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First of all, I have not read the first book written in this series--"Hybrid." This book is a prequel to that book, but it works well as a stand-alone book. I was drawn into the story right from the beginning. It was difficult to read because it was sad and scary during the first half of the book. This was the part of the book that I felt was the best-written part of the book. The violence is fairly descriptive and disturbing, but it also pretty necessary in light of the book. Following the first half of the book, my interest began to wane. And things also became quite strange with Amanda. I won't spoil any of the story for you, but I just found the second half of the book pretty strange. I would have liked to have seen more concentration on corruption concerning the virus, but that is just my opinion. I probably would like "Hybrid" better, but this book is certainly well=written. I could have done without the profanity (it was pretty hard-core at times), but thankfully the sex scenes were mild. Overall, this was definitely a 4-star rated book that will definitely sound realistic in light of recent happenings. By the way, Berniece was definitely my favorite character, and the emotion concerning her and the other Red Cross team in Honduras was quite moving. I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.show more
by Ruth Hill
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