Polar Doom Virulent Strain

Jack A. Vitulli


The pandemic spreads over virgin populations threatening the entire breath of humanity

Polar Doom Virulent Strain cover

Polar Doom Virulent Strain cover

Melting polar ice awakens dormant spores that had been locked away for eons beneath the frozen tundra. The pandemic grows with unprecedented speed and tenacity.


Asia is polluted first by the tempest. It then spreads from the epicenter through Europe and South America simultaneously before invading the United States. It expands deep into the heartlands racing eastward like a malignant blizzard, corrupting everyone it touches with vial symptoms. The sick and dying outnumber Carriers or Immunes.


A young business man working in Manhattan wittiness the collapse of society first hand. Public transportation dissolves leaving commuters to fend for themselves. The young worker claws his way out of New York City in search of his upstate family. He treks north with others, battling gangs and self doubt.


Obstacles impede their advance from environmental calamities to hostel human flotsam, all conspiring to zap hope from their fragile spirits. But they are not deterred. With their goals close at hand, the fate of their families is revealed.  A crossroad lay in their path that forever change their lives. They forge ahead into the unknown.


It is this steadfast determination that embodies the human spirit. But as one reaches out for a sliver of hope, the possibility of losing what has already been obtained is at risk. Is hope worth the sacrifice? In the end, you can lose everything; possessions, family, and life itself.

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