This Week’s Read: Sector C by Phoenix Sullivan

This week, we’re reviewing Sector C by¬†Phoenix Sullivan.

Here’s the summary from Amazon:

A rise in stroke-like cases has CDC analyst Mike Shafer on alert. Patients in every demographic in the Great Plains area, from toddlers to healthy adults to the elderly, are succumbing to rapid deterioration – and death.

Veterinarian Donna Bailey, meanwhile, is dealing with an outbreak of her own. It looks like mad cow disease. But to be affecting so many species? Impossible.

Whatever it is, it’s spreading. Fast.¬†

As state and federal agencies race to contain the growing threats, Mike and Donna’s searches for Patient Zero intersect at a big-game compound in a remote corner of North Dakota. There they find their answer buried in a secret thought extinct for 10,000 years. A secret entrepreneur Walt Thurman will kill to protect.

But even if Mike and Donna can escape the compound with the secret of Sector C, it may already be too late.

Because after today, extinct no longer means forever.

Sounds awesome, right? We’re excited, are you?

Sector C is available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.



Today’s the day!!!

Welcome to the newest indie review site, Indie Books R Us. Yeah, I know. But it’s catchy, right?

Today is our official launch, and Landra and I couldn’t be more excited.

As you can see, there’s no review set for today. We’re kicking off the review portion of our show starting Tuesday. We’ll be posting on Tuesday and Thursday, for 1-2 books a month, depending on our schedules. This week we have Phoenix Sullivan’s Sector C, and coming up later this month, we have Krista Holle’s The Lure of Shapinsay. Once we get things squared away, I’ll start trying to post our schedule.

One of the purposes of this blog is to help dispel the idea that indie published books are not good. There are actually a LOT of fantastic books that are being brought to us by smaller presses and independent authors. So as a courtesy to our audience and our wonderful authors, I ask you to please refrain from posting inflammatory/rude/mean comments on the posts. We value differences in opinion, but will not tolerate outright meanness. (Yes, that’s the southern coming out.) That being said, feel free to comment on whatever you like.

Happy new year!!!

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