The Ebola Flight

The Ebola Flight At feet in the air the Ebola virus mutates and becomes an airborne strain which causes mayhem and tragedy during an international flight over the Atlantic Ocean As the body count mounts will

  • Title: The Ebola Flight
  • Author: Shirley Bourrage
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • At 35,000 feet in the air, the Ebola virus mutates and becomes an airborne strain which causes mayhem and tragedy during an international flight over the Atlantic Ocean As the body count mounts, will there be any survivors when the plane lands Is this a natural mutation of the Ebola virus or is it something sinister Take a quick ride while reading this action packeAt 35,000 feet in the air, the Ebola virus mutates and becomes an airborne strain which causes mayhem and tragedy during an international flight over the Atlantic Ocean As the body count mounts, will there be any survivors when the plane lands Is this a natural mutation of the Ebola virus or is it something sinister Take a quick ride while reading this action packed thriller aboard a claustrophobic plane with narrow seats, sick passengers, and recirculating air.

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    1. A commercial flight takes off from France, heading to the United States. With biological terrorists on board, the flight was doomed. In a few minutes after take off, people started falling ill, and eventually a third of the passengers are dead.It would have been an interesting story as it has a good theme, but there wasn't much meat in it. Reading the last sentence, I was left hanging. So, what now? What will happen to flight 1313, to its passengers? Seems all that happened was the rapid spread [...]

    2. At breakneck speed with perilous twists and turns, Shirley Bourrage takes the reader on French Airlines-Flight 1313 bound for Washington DC. Expectant passengers, unaware of the dreadful fate this plane will encounter, embark with human qualities, some happy, some sad, all normalat is until a mysterious illness claims the lives of many passengers and threatens the American population at large. There are several layers of the unknown aboard this plane; one even more deadly than the suspected muta [...]

    3. I received a free copy of this novella in exchange for an honest review.I'm going to be blunt here; there was nothing redeeming about this novella.For a novella of just a little over 60 pages, there were a lot of problems with the writing. The biggest issue was in the syntax, the awkward phrasing and lack of any flow. There were grammatical issues, punctuation problems, and a very unfortunate image created by 'salad bowels'.The dialogue it was stilted at best and unbelievable the rest of the tim [...]

    4. I was given a free copy of The Ebola Flight by Shirley Bourrage for an honest review. It is important for potential readers to know that this is a novella in the truest sense at only eight (8) chapters. The storyline is an intriguing one; what would happen if Ebola mutated into a virus that could be transmitted by a simple sneeze or touch and was fatal within hours of being exposed? I was drawn to the idea of this story because I see it as completely plausible and terrifying. Unfortunately, in t [...]

    5. Great story but what happened to flight 1313? Did they make it or did they disappear or were they saved and if so how many survivedese are the questions we have yet to discover and yet that is why I give a 4 star instead of a 5 star review.

    6. This was an OK story. In my opinion it wasn't long enough to form an opinion about one way or the other

    7. Wowwas this bad. This story had the potential to be really good but the writing was terrible. The dialogue between the characters was completely unbelievable.

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