Unformatted text preview: wrong assumption. Apparently, there is nothing that anyone can do. I ended up feeling depressed for the rest of the day. My fellow classmates who read this book think a good genre for this book is “nonfiction thriller.” Basically, this would mean that all the information from the text is true, but it is still interesting and makes for a good story. A book about a disease as horrifying as smallpox should be. However, I quickly realized that there would be nothing thrilling about this book. Kimbra Ussery is currently a freshman at Georgia Southern University. She is from a small town in southern Georgia where she graduated seventh in her class from the only high school in the area. Here at GSU, she plays piccolo in the Southern Pride Marching Band, and she also serves as a Hall Communications Coordinator for the RHA (Residence Hall Association)....
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- Spring '08
- Infectious Disease, Biological warfare, Richard Preston, Kimbra Ussery, Freezer Book Review