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Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite
After suffering a fatal attack from Zeta-3 – a deadly virus − the United States had been reduced to a land of chaos and ruin, with the streets of its cities crawling with half-sane, half-conscious virus carriers. Greedy thieves who called themselves taxmen, militia, and desperate traders were among the many things the few survivors of the pandemic like Ovid Fairweather had to deal with. Ovid − a former book editor − had turned to farming for survival in New York City. While she had the option of joining her father in the safety of Poeticule Bay, she preferred her tough life in the dangerous city. However, things seem to get even tougher when an organization of ruthless taxmen called the Memory Keepers invade and cause havoc in the city. The Memory Keepers want everything. They loot, take everything, and kill anything. In a land where survival is only guaranteed for the fittest, will Ovid endure? Get yourself Robert Chazz Chute’s Endemic: Within Each of Us, A Power and a Curse to know what happens to Ovid.
Robert Chazz Chute’s Endemic is a great piece of work. Robert had me hooked on his book, flipping through page after page to the end. This is a must-read for lovers of action-packed dystopian novels. The narration hinges on an unraveling tale of childhood trauma, family feuds, power, and ultimate survival. There is espionage, looting, hiding, running, fighting, guns, and so much more. This intriguing plot unfolds through short, twisted, and succinct sentences. The choice of words gives the book a professional touch. The storyline has ingenious and mind-blowing plot twists. The depictions of the scenes were tremendously vivid and dramatic. The author shows the character traits and emotions of wonderfully developed characters impressively, forging a great sentimental depth through his words. This created a deep connection between me and Ovid the protagonist, feeling how wronged and left out she had been by the people around her just because she was different.