The covid 19 or better know the coronavirus is swarming not only countries like Italy but also our news feeds in all social media and news platforms. As we keep in mind that we have to be extremely careful use to prevent this like using alcohol-based hand rub, avoid physical contact, buy face masks and wash constantly our hands with soap and water, many of us have had to stay at home to avoid the exposure to masses and hopefully the virus.
If you are getting ready to stay at home or you have a Kindle device or any other tablet, you might want to occupy yourself with some books! In the end, if you are going to be saved and cozy in your home, lets at least have fun. So, let’s immerse ourselves in the fictitious realities of these 5 books that go over future results of a pandemic catastrophe!
Review: The Maze Runner
Waking up without remembering anything, trapped in a gigantic stone maze with a dozen of other teenagers who have been a trap for a while between those gigantic walls. While the night silence is hunted by the mechanic screech of the spider-like monsters that keep them at bay, these teenagers don´t know that the horrors that lay outside the maze are way worst than the spiders.
Review: Atlantis Gene
Dr. Kate Warner moved to Jakarta, Indonesia to focus her attention on her investigation which at the end gives incredible results, a cure for autism. Whereas agent David Vale discovers that an organization is trying to force the next leap in human evolution by exposing them to a pandemic that can change the human gene.
The Darkest Minds
An unknown disease attacked a whole generation of kids and leave adults alone. This disease didn´t kill them, but muted them. As adults attempt to keep them under surveillance and in concentration camps, these young adults fight back when they realized that they are the victims despite all the lies that they were told.
Review: Lock In
There are different ways to drive humanity to extinction and one of them is through viruses. Lock In by John Scalzi narrates how a virus has trapped humanity into their own bodies unable to move, talk, eat, and living them in a vegetable state. However, humanity and those who are not paralyzed, discover a solution to this situation: robots.
Review: World War Z
Somber as its self, WWZ is the worst or the best book on this list. Based on the current events with the virus that is hunting us none stop, WWZ gives hope that we can survive. Told through interviews with survivals of a global pandemic event that turn them into zombies, we see the other side of the bridge in which humans get to survive and find ways to overcome this plague while still tarrying the readers with the vanishing of North Korea and with images of desolated streets in old crowded highways.
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