Seventy thousand years ago, the human race was nearly wiped out.
We survived, but just barely.
AIRBORNE is the story of a plague that has been unleashed to finish the job. To determine how many will live…and how many will die.
Dr. Melissa Van Meer is flying back east to give a presentation that could get her out of the lab and in front of the people with money, money for grants to fund her research into life-saving inoculations for children in developing countries. She’s heard about the flu that’s racing around the world, but isn’t really alarmed—after her years growing up in India, where she acquired some scars of her own, she’s seen far worse.
Until she gets on a plane where one by one the passengers are dying.
The pilot is unconscious. The other doctors are gone. The airport is closed.
Melissa’s no hero. But she’s all they’ve got.
AIRBORNE is a Kindle Worlds novella, currently on sale for only $1.99. The book is set in the world created by A.G. Riddle in his Atlantis: The Origin Mystery trilogy, which has sold more than 700,000 copies to date and is to be published in sixteen other countries. Movie rights to A.G. Riddle’s “Atlantis Gene” have been acquired by CBS Films.