The Blood Artists: A Novel by Chuck HoganThe Blood Artists: A Novel by Chuck Hogan

The Blood Artists: A Novel

byChuck Hogan

Mass Market Paperback | December 9, 1998

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THE END OF THE WORLD WILL COME FROM WITHIN

It first appears in Africa--hideous and unstoppable--an all-consuming terror unlike anything the world has ever seen.

Two years later, it resurfaces to feed on the residents of a small New England town. Within days, only a handful survive--including one young woman whose blood is the serum of life--miraculously pared to bear witness to the plague's terrible wrath.

Not even he dreaded Ebola possesses the apocalyptic power of this loathsome scrounge that devastates the flesh and the soul. Two brilliant scientists--now bitter rivals--contained it once using the most extreme methods. But thee virus that has reemerged is a thousand times stronger. . .and it is changing Noone is safe from the contagion that devours but is never sated, from the pestilence that walks like a man.

Woe to the Earth. The Zero hour has come.

Chuck Hogan is the author of several acclaimed novels, including The Standoff and Prince of Thieves, which won the 2005 Hammett Award and was called one of the 10 best novels of the year by Stephen King.
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Title:The Blood Artists: A NovelFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 0.96 inPublished:December 9, 1998Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0380731460

ISBN - 13:9780380731466

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Could Have Been Better! The book started great with the unleashing of a human extinction virus in an African mining camp. The weakness in the story was the slow pace and lack of any connection to the main characters. It seemed that one wanted the virus to win as the human element was absent from the start. Could have been better from a writer with such pedigree.
Date published: 2011-09-01