A Wormy Audiobook Series by Mira Grant
Have you ever wondered what the world would be like if there were no illnesses? If you nevr caught a cold again, suffered allergies- or had to endure radiation or chemotherapy? That's the world all envision, but in order to obtain it, what if you had to take on something that lived inside you? It would stay all the microbial invasions and keep your body in it's best shape possible...
In this dystopian world, people re enduring a process that allows such a world to be. The Parasitology series, by Mira Grant, is one of great scientific exploration and imagination. You're bound to a single commitment, but freed of all things that ail you, cripple you. Destroy you!
What begins as a simple, medical case becomes pandemic, creating a new world, creating a living hell for most until there's no one left to complain. No one left to fight. So how does this even begin? It starts with Sally, in Parasite, and the SymboGen Corporation. Without even knowing it, she's suffering from a rare occurrence but no one really will tell her why. After being in a coma and having to learn how to even understand words again, she's recovered. Three years and she's now trying to began again from a blank slate.
She suffers dreams and sounds and other things that cause her to think she's going crazy but it's all for a reason. There's a huge conspiracy going on and she's smack-dab in the center of it all. Set in 2027, complete with futuristic commercials that reminded me of an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, I listened to the changes in the world, changes in Sal. But as my reading moved to Symbiont, the realization is that Sal isn't the freak of nature she'd always thought herself to be. There are more and they have an agenda. One in particular wants Sal at their side - but can this be done? Does she have to take a side? By the time Chimera hits, the world in this series has taken a turn for the absolute worst and there may not be any turning back! How do you compete with what's supposed to be the perfect person?
This series is good, I enjoyed it, but man is it filled with technical jargon and procedures that sorta bored me. I'm a simple gal. I know instructions and explanations are required in stories like this, but ugh... I wanted to die at times. It took me a while to get through the entire series, but in the end it was worth it. Because of another book, I dived into this series. If you can get past the technicalities, then you'll enjoy this too. I'm off to the next read. Cheers!
Written by Mira Grant
Released from 2013-2015
Published by Orbit
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