Download epub Ibil Author Adeerus Ghayan –

Ibil is a fast paced biopunk action thriller that raises the critical issue of terrorism and explores the sentimental and environmental forces which trap an individual in this abyss The novel revolves around the epidemics of MERS and Ebola viruses and brings to light their ancient roots It grapples with the factors that lead to different types of terrorists from foot soldiers to lone wolves This novel also discusses the contributing factors to the recent surge in terrorism for which corrupt regimes play a central role.Ibil is set in the backdrop of Afghan and Iraq Wars The Islamic State or Iraq and Syria ISIS succeeds in starting a novel virus epidemic in the Middle East and many countries have to work together to stop the virus from spreading throughout the globe.

10 thoughts on “Ibil

  1. Nawab Manzoor Nawab Manzoor says:

    Fast paced, action packed and on terrorism like his previous one I enjoyed this one as well.Ibil is much better than his last terrorism novel, Bullets and Train It is technical and goes in depth about the Ebola and MERS pandemics of the 2014.I liked the connection of corruption and terrorism which the author has again explored in this novel Being a Pakistani, I know how terrorism is directly linked with the corruption in our country.

  2. Zahir Zahir says:

    A fast paced techno thriller that changes as fast as you can finish the page I m sure it will be turned into a movie sooner or later.The story is about the threat of bio terrorism and its global reach A team of heroes is trying to stop a terror network from getting their hands on a deadly virus Strangely enough, the protagonist is not one of the heroes He reads like a side story, clearly getting built up for a second book, otherwise it makes no sense for this side story and seemingly his love interest.The story tries to build a connection between the MERS and Ebola outbreaks and bio terrorism American, Russian and Pakistani agencies work together to stop the virus from spreading throughout the globe.Be warned, this book is not for everyone It is for the ones who enjoy super fast spy novels and do not anticipate to have a Hollywood ending to these novels.

  3. James Aston James Aston says:

    It is a techno thriller with detailed descriptions of viruses and their mutations Enjoyable for anyone fond of a fast pace and action thriller.A few grammatical issues but nothing that hampers the quick read or lowers the enjoyment factor Gives an insight look into the complex nature of espionage and its link with terrorism All sides supporting terrorists for their gains leading to a loss for everyone A good point highlighted by the author.