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Fever

Narrated by: Emma Lysy
Length: 6 hrs and 9 mins
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The virus causes such a high fever that the body succumbs in days. It is everywhere. The death rate is out of control.

When an outbreak of H7N2, or as the news calls it, Whitby Fever, begins striking cats and dogs, it is newsworthy but not panic-inducing, until it is confirmed that Whitby Fever has crossed the boundaries, spreading from domestic pets to humans at an astronomical rate.

Mills Run, Ohio, is not much different from any other small town. The residents have a bond and kinship. The townspeople brag that Mills Run is isolated, and at times, cut off from the rest of the world. However, not even Mills Run is secluded enough for a global pandemic. 

However, when the virus strikes, the townspeople of Mills Run quickly learn they are not immune. Clare, like every other mother, sister, and daughter in the world, does her part to fight and help those around her who she loves. A face mask may be her armor, her good heart may be her shield, but there is no weapon to defeat the fever because there is no cure.

Mother Nature rages a viral war against the world, and Mills Run is one of the millions of battlegrounds fighting to live.

©2017 Jacqueline Druga (P)2018 Jacqueline Druga

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  • DCGrits
  • 16-03-2019

To sad

End if the world tales are much more interesting to me when the tale doesn’t consist of constant heartbreak. I mean, killing off almost all of the characters was way to gloomy for me. I wanted to kill myself just listening.