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Touch is outlawed Mothers lik Isolation depicts a bleak but recognizable future in which the fear of contagion reaches a fever pitch as a bacterial epidemic catapults the US into an apocalyptic crisis Touch is outlawed Mothers like Maggie bind their infants' hands.

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❮Epub❯ ➤ Isolation ➣ Author Denise R. Stephenson – Uc0.info Isolation depicts a bleak but recognizable future in which the fear of contagion reaches a fever pitch as a bacterial epidemic catapults the US into an apocalyptic crisis Touch is outlawed Mothers lik❮Epub❯ ➤ Isolation ➣ Author Denise R. Stephenson – Uc0.info Isolation depicts a bleak but recognizable future in which the fear of contagion reaches a fever pitch as a bacterial epidemic catapults the US into an apocalyptic crisis.

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Paperback î Isolation PDF/EPUB ☆ Denise R Stephenson resides in Oceanside CA but she has lived in all the remote locales of her first novel Isolation Staying inside of boxes forms and genres has never been her strength She's published over academic articles and book chapters many of which stray from traditional conventions As a member of Attention Deficit Drama she has written and produced monologs and short plays.

10 thoughts on “Isolation

  1. Kathleen Kat Smith Kathleen Kat Smith says:

    Paperback î Isolation PDF/EPUB ☆ isolation ebok, Isolation PDFEPUBImagine a world where just the touch of someone could quite literally kill you In fact the spread of contaminants and bacteria are spiraling so out of control that physical touch is banned To prevent the spread of bacteria you are not allowed to touch your face at all What has become a habit is now against the law A new motto is in effect Habits learned early are habits for life In fact the world's population is now spiraling out of control as government agencies like the CDC and Homeland Security are trying to figure out just how to control the spread of bacteria like Ecoli and others that are killing people faster than 48 hours Suddenly bans on everything is becoming the norm as they try to isolate the sources and causes for so many wide spread deaths on a global scale Antibacterials or AB's are now sought after in great supplie


  2. Laura Thomas Laura Thomas says:

    Paperback î Isolation PDF/EPUB ☆ isolation ebok, Isolation PDFEPUBImagine not being able to touch yourself or others for fear of punishment Imagine a world where so many have died from bacterial infection that it’s now a law strongly enforced of no touching of any kind We already see signs of this in some countries People going out in public wearing face masks and gloves Sanitizer stations in business entryways The author approaches this clinically and emotionally I couldn’t imagine not being able to kiss my babies face hug a friend or even wipe the tears from my own face For those born before the outbreaks old habits die hard It’s a slip of the mind to reach up and scratch your nose if it itches and if you are spotted you’re reported and punished Enforcers and Sterilizers are recruited and put in place supposedly for your own pr


  3. Wesley Wesley says:

    Paperback î Isolation PDF/EPUB ☆ isolation ebok, Isolation PDFEPUBIsolation is the story about a handful of people dealing with a world I can't even begin to imagine The story starts in kind of a lookback at how a deadly virus changed the world and then comes to current time and how the sickness has changed the world and what it means for the survivorsA horribl


  4. Chad Chad says:

    Paperback î Isolation PDF/EPUB ☆ isolation ebok, Isolation PDFEPUBIf I could I would give it 3 12 stars I really liked the concept but it didn't quite come together for me I liked most of the main plot points and characters but the pacing was off me Characters would be introduced and then disappear for long periods of time or all together That said I enjoyed it because it seems believable


  5. Ana Ana says:

    Paperback î Isolation PDF/EPUB ☆ isolation ebok, Isolation PDFEPUB Isolation introduces us to a world where a few unfortunate characters have contracted a very nasty and deadly bug but each have different symptoms Then we are transported to a seemingly near future where people are forbidden to touch their own face in order to avoid contamination The book then narrates the evolution of such measures and their effects on some key characters Negatives Regard


  6. Lori L She Treads Softly Lori L She Treads Softly says:

    Paperback î Isolation PDF/EPUB ☆ isolation ebok, Isolation PDFEPUBIsolation by Denise R Stephenson is highly recommended especially because this could conceivably happenIsolation opens with a woman cutting her finger just a little nick while slicing red onions Within a day she is dead from a bacterial infection We hear about these cases today although death may not come quite that quickly Perhaps there is a bacteri


  7. Chris Torretta Chris Torretta says:

    Paperback î Isolation PDF/EPUB ☆ isolation ebok, Isolation PDFEPUBI was really looking forward to this book and to my delight it met my expectations and even exceeded themFirstly this is a really intriguing but horrific story I could actually see a future like this happening and that is what makes it so frightening That and like a really good horror you don't totally know who the culprit is The characters in the book realize that the problem is bacteria but from what? The fever pitch that hits the entire world is ridiculously amazing and so scary The setting winds up being a dystopian where neighbor or friends tell on each other because in the end nobody wants to die and that's what makes this book so crazy it all stems from fearI felt a little disjointed in some of it The only real way to tell time is knowing that Pele has gr


  8. Bonnie Rediske Bonnie Rediske says:

    Paperback î Isolation PDF/EPUB ☆ isolation ebok, Isolation PDFEPUBI feel I need to start this review by saying that I am not a huge fan of apocalyptic books of this nature I read it as part of an obligation to the author The book started out slow for me bouncing every couple of pages with different POV's I realize that when you have a shifting POV it tends to be difficult to manage how soon to change from one character to the next I believe the author knew what she wanted to do with this book but I am not entirely convinced that it turned out the way that was best You start reading this book getting a very dry picture of all the different bacterium that are infecting the population The author did well at researching the diseases describing the diseases but the solutions to the problem just did not seem realistic to me Half way through the book the press releases about the pathogens stopped When they stopped it created som


  9. Steve Morris Steve Morris says:

    Paperback î Isolation PDF/EPUB ☆ isolation ebok, Isolation PDFEPUBThis review intentionally contains no spoilers a novel about the dystopian future which is just around the corner Hard hitting in its aims from the outset and certainly pulling no medical punches Isolation is a strong atmospheric debut novel that takes on a serious issue and This is a highly researched and detailed bio novel but where no medical knowledge required from the reader The reader's cold feeling of paranoia starts with images of where people seem to be ubiquitously wearing masks and develops further as the post 1984 Orwellian type government Sanitizers and Enforcers make their presences felt Perhaps like me you might find yourself increasingly worrying about why your neck is itching while you read Isolation Strong realistic free flowing dialogue continues right through a novel that is easy to read even through jaunts between scenes Th


  10. Kate Kremer Kate Kremer says:

    Paperback î Isolation PDF/EPUB ☆ isolation ebok, Isolation PDFEPUBAlmost daily I see news flashes about drug resistant strains of illnesses alongside that of government and corporate overreach into individual privacy Protests against GMO’s are on the rise and an increasing number of public locations have hand sanitizer stations All of these seemingly minor and unconnected events gain momentum and meaning in Denise Stephenson’s first novel Isolation It takes place in a post apocalyptic world where danger exists in the


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