Acclaim for PLAGUE
How does he keep doing it? I lost way too much sleep because I couldn't put Plague down, then I kept having nightmares about the bugs. Don't read Plague if you need sleep. Don't read it if you are creeped out by insects. And especially don't read it if you scare easily. This is not the book for you because it will get under your skin and burrow all the way down into your deepest unconscious and disturb you. Don't say I didn't warn you if you have a hard time sleeping and keep having the shivers every you see or think about an insect. Sweet dreams...
Scott Carroll, MD
Author of Don't Settle: How to Marry the Man You Were Meant For
Lawrence Miller has done it yet again. His “Plague” is not only well written but exciting and fast paced as you become enthralled with the realism of Bio-engineering being used in an unholy Islamic plot to attack the United States. These locusts are truly believable and relate to the jihadi “Last Days Prophecy” discussed in the book. We are again entertained by the team of Dekker, Galdur, Hannah Ahmed and others you will recognize from previous works by Miller.
Dekker and Hannah Ahmed’s relationship is starting to take shape, the Flows are communicating again and play another key role in the success of the team.
I have read all of Miller’s books and found this one to be a truly entertaining read and one that I hope you will do soon.
Paul Kelbaugh, Attorney at Law and best selling author