Contagious is a science fiction thriller novel by Scott Sigler. It is the sequel to Sigler’s Infected, and like its predecessor was released in both podcast and print . Read by Scott Sigler. ( stars; reviews). From the acclaimed author of Infected comes an epic and exhilarating story of humanity’s secret battle against a. From the acclaimed author of Infected comes an epic and exhilarating story of humanity’s secret battle against a horrific enemy. Across America.
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There is a lot of action in this novel. Sigler’s attempts at portraying Chelsea as precocious and simplifying her view of the world grated on me, and the new improved alien-overlord version of Chelsea isn’t any better. Retrieved from ” http: Vanessa is disgusted when she learns what Option 4 is. Suffice it to say, I would recommend both books but the first is the best. The characters in here don’t seem to have a heavy appearance to you, but the few that do, are simply amazing and interesting.
This time his rag tag group of heroes must battle the contagion and keep it from destroying an entire city.
And he does so with an accuracy and detail that allows you to not only siglef your disbelief, but believe that it’s truly possible. A more unlikely adversary is hard to imagine.
In InfectedPerry’s primary struggle is for control over his body and mind with the parasites growing inside him. Sigler is masterful at grabbing the reader by the throat and refusing to let go. Two of my favorite lines: The infection is tweaked and causes more trouble than before.
This book also has some answers to some of the questions I had from the first one, but not all. There’s less sigleer which I appreciate but still a good deal of squick burnt bodies, skin sloughing off faces and hands, etc.
That was one of my favorite blog posts of all time, Phil.
Contagious was just as good, if not better. So now that you know that if you didn’t already, the real review. I consider such warnings.
Contagious by Scott Sigler | : Books
Maybe it’s because I have a 6 year old myself, and he happens to not be a sociopath. Every episode of TVP is crammed full of fast paced editing, sound effects, silly skits, obscure movie reviews, weird news, VHS collecting, bitching music, rude humor, and an occasion Acott.
Without fail, listening to Sigler always sends me off to consult Wikipedia.
I felt Perry’s pain every step of the way. I would recommend this to anyone. I’m looking at all three books not because they are necessarily related, although Contagious is the sequel to Infected.
So I wouldn’t mind This is what called as “A Thriller”, this kind of books make us want to read more than watch some squeezed out movie based on some books.
Across America, a mysterious pathogen transforms ordinary people into raging killers, psychopaths driven by a terrifying, alien agenda. New features frequently added. Now I could see how sivler 3 or 4 year old child could be like that, but a 6 year old?
They have now recruited Perry Dawsey because he can “hear” the communication between the hatchlings and something else to figure out where more of these gates are being built by these hatchlings. The main exception to this is Perry Dawsey who cont There’s often the danger when you have a fantastic grabbing first novel in a trilogy that the follow up sequel will be unable to match the level of the first, or worse, a total let down.
The story itself likes to keep you fucking into it with its walking dead like cliff hangers. Perry gives Dew a memorable answer when Dew invites him to join the crew for breakfast. And it’s clear that the Triangles alone won’t be enough—they need protection in the form of contagious hosts, vectors for a new version of this infection.
The Rookie — Football, aliens and organized crime years in the future.
Contagious By Scott Sigler podcast
Oct 26, Alondra rated it really liked it Shelves: The Orbital is just a machine following a complex program designed to maximize scoyt probability of taking over a planet.
Reading to your kids is one of the best family things you can do.
This page was last modified on 19 Aprilat It makes the story more eerie and creepy by using a child – a very beautiful and innocent like girl to become one of the most horrible creatures I’ve ever read in my life. Luckily, he is a hell of writer and reminds me of a young Stephen King in that the further you get into the story the harder it is to put the book down.