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A strange virus is sweeping the globe. Humans have become allergic to one another. Simply standing next to somebody could be a death sentence. A kiss could be fatal. 

Angela is a woman trying to get by in this bewildering new world. Though she still lives with her husband and children, they lead separate lives. Confined to their rooms, they communicate via their computers and phones. In some ways, very little has changed. 

That is, until she spots a mysterious stranger walking through town without even a face mask for protection. A man, it seems, immune to this disease. A man unlike anyone else she knows. A man it might just be safe to touch.... 

©2019 Liam Brown (P)2019 Audible, Ltd

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  • Paul
  • 17-05-19

I want my 9 hours back.

The book is very well crafted and performed, but the story is pointless, as far as I can see. i kept waiting for something important to happen, but it never comes. There were characters, and they werent terrible, but they dont really DO anything, there is no real plot.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 18-05-19

Mediocre

i will not keep it in my library even though the concept was interesting. Nothing more to say

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  • Anthony D. Sutton
  • 09-06-20

A Mills and Boon version of this genre.

This appears to have been written very much with woman readers in mind and the pandemic element is definitely underplayed.

If you want excitement and action, this is one to miss but if you're into dreary analysis of failing relationships this could be for you.