By Mira Grant
The second one publication IN MIRA GRANT'S TERRIFYING PARASITOLOGY SERIES.
THE ENEMY IS within US.
The SymboGen designed tapeworms have been created to alleviate humanity of ailment and illness. however the implants within the majority of the world's inhabitants all started attacking their hosts turning them right into a starving horde.
Now those that don't seem to be troubled are being accumulated for quarantine as panic spreads, yet Sal and her partners needs to observe how the tapeworms are taking up their hosts, what their eventual objective is, and the way they are often stopped.
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It had been long before that. But on the night of the raid, the change had begun to accelerate. And then that business with Quint. Poor devil: he hadn't been involved with anyone. Just too inept to keep up his beat on the line. But Knox was forming anew, even then. And it had gone on. Now Ted Beckwith knew Knox was one of them, one of the heroes with a patch on his sleeve. Now he could never tell him. Ted Beckwith had to go on being Knox's best friend, and he despised him. Ted Beckwith did not think Knox knew about his secret involvement with the underground.
To go out there where he would not have been able to survive without their training. Charlie Knox is a man who understood what he had been. What he had become. What he would have to be. To be. Out there. ” Pain. And silence. Knox looked at his wife with eyes that might have belonged to the final moments of a golden retriever. ” “Won't do what, Charlie? ” He turned the knife and gripped it with both hands and drove it deep into his own stomach. For Knox, the porch light had been turned off. She sits on the edge of the bed and cannot take her eyes from the memory of the man she lived with for nine years.
I'm as human as you are. ” “You'd better tell me,” I said, with a threatening tone, “or else” “Or else what, you nerd? ” “Yes, did it. Blew it all away. ' And when I took my thumb out of my mouth, everything was gone. ” “You don't even recognize me, do you, you idiot? ” I stared at her. ” I continued staring. “I was in your graduating class in high school. You were right behind me when we went up for our diplomas. I was wearing a white gown, and you were standing behind me during the invocation, and I was having my period, and I was spotting, and it had gone through the white gown, and you leaned over and told me and I was embarrassed to death, but you gave me your mortarboard and I held it across my backside and I thought it was the kindest, nicest thing anyone had ever done.
Symbiont (Parasitology, Book 2) by Mira Grant