Amanda’s Story by: Brian O’Grady

Title: Amanda’s Story15811676
Author: Brian O’Grady
Publisher: The Story Plant
Pages: 360
Format: Paperback
Source: Partners In Crime


In his national bestseller HYBRID, Brian O’Grady created a bracing and vividly realized tale of a virus gone out of control. At the center of that story was Amanda Flynn, a woman not killed by the EDH1 virus, but changed in frightening ways. HYBRID only hinted at the story of Amanda’s work in Honduras that led to her exposure and the ramifications when the American government sought to contain the damage. Now, that story can be told.

AMANDA’S STORY is the heart-stopping tale of a woman caught up in a storm she wanted no part of, and what happens when she refuses to be collateral damage. It is the story that readers of HYBRID have been waiting for and that new readers will find impossible to put down.

My Thoughts:

This book was sent to me via Partners In Crime for a honest and fair review.  This book starts with the death of Amanda’s husband and son.   Amanda ends up going to another country to try to get away from what has happened when she finds herself in a place where things aren’t what they seem.  In some ways this book reminds me of Robin Cook.  This book had some great characters in it, being Amanda’s husband’s parents who are great along with some of her friends that you don’t see much of nowadays.

The big mystery was figuring out how Amanda’s was infected with a disease and survived while others didn’t.  What made her so special.  Definitely a good book with lots of up and downs.


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One thought on “Amanda’s Story by: Brian O’Grady

  1. cherylmash January 16, 2013 at 7:52 am Reply

    Very nice review and post. I agree with you, this book had me turning the pages. Thank you for sharing.

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