Review: The Nephilim Virus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Synopsis:

Nick Reese wakes from a three-year coma to find the world he once knew is gone. An ancient virus has infected two-thirds of the world’s population, turning humans into either incredibly intelligent super-humans or large and indestructible animalistic creatures. For the survivors, there is no government, no antidote, and no safety. With the help of a beautiful hematologist named Faith and a man they call the Commander, Nick must survive long enough to discover the origin of the virus and learn how his blood could hold the key to a cure. But he has to do it while being hunted by the infected. And failure means the extinction of the human race.

Author and Hollywood actor John Prather intertwines history, science, and the Bible to create a plausible post-apocalyptic tale. The Nephilim Virus is an intense thriller implementing spiritual ideas and subtle Christian symbolism. The Nephilim Virus is a nonstop race against time from beginning to end.

Rating: 4.5-stars

Review:

The Nephilim Virus by John T. Prather is an incredible thriller. It has a dystopian ring to it. A virus breaks us and the world is never again the same. People that were infected become hunters hunting the rest of the population. One man may hold the key to curing those who are infected with the virus. But until it’s solved, he has to struggle in this new world. Fighting to survive felt so real. I was able to visually see the scenes as the happened. Exciting, edgy, and entertaining…I couldn’t stop reading this book. John T. Prather has a way of luring me into his world of fiction. I was intrigued. Overall, I recommend this supernatural thriller to readers everywhere.

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