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Karl Frankton is a pathologist with a CDC field team in Somalia. For two days, they have tried to isolate a virus that has wiped out a village on the Wabi Shebelle River. There are no clues, only 84 suffocated human beings. It is July 30, 2011 and Karl Frankton is about to enter an ecological nightmare more deadly than anything imaginable.
©2006 Gary Naiman; (P)2006 Books in Motion

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Comedic Accents

What would have made P.P.M. better?

The accents were dreadful - if I hadn't known I would never have realised that one of them was supposed to be South African. The German sounded Welsh!
I couldn't bear to listen to it once the Welsh German started and gave up 2 hours in.

What could Gary Naiman have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Lean what the accents are supposed to sound like