Published July 22, 2008
by Digital Manga Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
Fever Series. Takes place in the same world as the Highlander series. Includes the Dani O'Malley trilogy. MacKayla Lane’s life is good. She has great friends, a decent job, and a car that breaks down only every other week or so. In other words, she’s your perfectly ordinary twenty-first-century : Karen Marie Moning. In the middle of the book, the story becomes more melodramatic as it focuses on the main character as she tries desperately to find her mother and a place for her grandfather and her as the fever engulfs the city. The book quickly ends in /5(). Fever is a fascinating novel that mixes historical fact and a fictional narrative to tell the tale of 'Typhoid Mary', the woman held responsible for several deadly outbreaks of the disease in the US around the turn of the nineteenth century/5. “Fever is one of the best books of the year. Deon Meyer is a masterful writer and has created a stunning epic that brims with emotion. The mystery, thrills, and action kept me riveted to every page. Highly recommended.”―Adam Hamdy, author of Pendulum “Fever bears comparison with landmarks in the genre such as The Stand The novel explores humanity at /5().
The great book scare reached fever pitch in the summer of , Mann says. That year, a librarian in Chicago named W.F. Poole reported that he had been asked whether books could transmit : Joseph Hayes. “Prairie Fever is an exceptionally charming novel about the wonders and troubles of love, land, and language. Witty and poignant, the novel is as elegantly constructed as a poem, and it features the best dialogue this side—or any side—of the Natchez Trace/5(19). Channel Catfish Fever book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Fishing experts blend science with catfishing experience to sw /5. Book design by Steve Scott The text for this book is set in Adobe Caslon. Manufactured in the United States of America 26 28 30 29 27 The Library of Congress has cataloged the hardcover edition as follows: Anderson, Laurie Halse. Fever / by Laurie Halse Anderson. p. cm. Summary: In Philadelphia, sixteen-year-old Matilda Cook, separated.
Mary Beth Keane has written a spectacularly bold and intriguing novel about the woman known as “Typhoid Mary,” the first person in America identified as a healthy carrier of Typhoid Fever. On the eve of the twentieth century, Mary Mallon emigrated from Ireland at age fifteen to make her way in New York ed on: Ma Books shelved as yellow-fever: Fever by Laurie Halse Anderson, An American Plague: The True and Terrifying Story of the Yellow Fever Epidemic of Fever is a novel by Robin Cook and is in the category of medical thriller.. Plot. Set mainly in the Boston area and in rural New Hampshire, its main characters are a year-old girl, Michelle Martel, with leukemia and her father, Charles Martel, a former allergist turned cancer researcher, as well as her stepmother Cathryn and her two older brothers, Chuck and : Robin Cook. The book is part ecological warning, part thriller (it is revealed up front that Willem will be murdered, but the culprit and circumstances aren’t clear until much later), part adventure saga (the survivors face repeated battles with a murderous band of looters known as the KTM), and part coming-of-age story, as Nico grows into a warrior and meets the love of his life when .