“Gripping, gritty and captivating, E-Virus The Diary of a Modern Girl is a fantastic page turner that explores a dystopian world that is a reality we can believe in, one that feels entirely plausible in the world we live in.”
– Erisea Mag
Set in the familiar locations of Cheshire, the world of this tech savvy, shoe loving Cheshire Girl is thrown into complete chaos as the E-bola outbreak spreads throughout the world, wiping out entire nations whilst fast approaching the UK.
When the virus finally reaches the UK the whole country is thrown into bedlam. With work and school cancelled, and the whole country living in a lawless state. She has to quickly shift her priorities.
The drama in her day to day life become less and less significant as the virus destroys the world around her.
With crazed E-bola ridden colleagues, friends and citizens lurking around each corner she must learn to not only survive. But find a way to fight off the horde of infected, hell bent on succumbing her to the same disease that has already taken so many.
After locking herself away in her apartment with her Fiancé Nick and her “friends” they must all find a way to work together to keep themselves safe and out of harm’s way. To do this they need to put any previous issues with each other aside.
The longer she survives, the more it becomes clear, the virus is not as it seems. After a few close calls, the group have no choice but to leave their safe house and find refuge elsewhere.
After seeing a tip on a social media site the group find themselves at Woodford Airbase, saved by Flight Sergeant Jeff Tanner and Corporal Ryan Jameson. They all band together along with a few other survivors and set out on a search for others using the Airbase as a sanctuary.
Upon meeting Professor Hyatt the whole group has their theories confirmed. What started out as an E-bola virus, quickly mutated and turned into something new and deadly. This was something that the world had never come across previously. The virus had mutated as it had spread, evolving and adapting to its surroundings. The group of survivors weren’t the only ones fighting to stay alive, the virus was manipulating its hosts and using them to find others to infect.
How long will the Airbase be safe? Can they really forget the bad blood between them? More importantly, will this Cheshire Girl be able to escape the impending grasp of the infected?