Book review: Salby Evolution by Ian D Moore

A wonderful review of the second book in the series, Salby Evolution, courtesy of Kj Simmill.

K.J's Athenaeum

They had thought it was over. The SALBY virus had been deactivated, and those infected 41gmTumYWpL._SY346_had returned to their lives, mostly. There had been losses, causalities, and things would never be the same. They had no idea of the looming disaster, nor could they have imagined that one person, infected by the original virus,, had escaped before the UK was quarantined. But even so, on a freighter like the one he had stowed away in, given the virus ultimately killed the host, any infected should have been long dead before it reached dock. But that was not to say there wasn’t a problem. The freighter was bound for Russia, and inside, the infected wasn’t just a man, and the virus didn’t affect him in the same way it had the others. All sights focus on finding this man, he could tip the tides of the civil war, and once Russia…

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