In Gleed's first novel, a highly infectious virus (The Sleeping Death Contagion — SDC) kills most of the Earth's population in less than three months. In only three days, the virus causes the death of nearly every infected victim as they sleep. Only a rare and random genetic immunity to the fatal effects of the virus leaves less than one in a hundred thousand survivors.
This story follows the lives of six different survivors in Canada, England, Kenya, China, France and the United States for the first nine months after the disease strikes.
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Published October 12, 2011
Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Professional & Technical.