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I really liked the medical aspect of the book and how the scientists and doctors react to a dormant disease suddenly becoming active all over again and with them struggling to cope with the lack of vaccines available and also the consideration of the disease used as a bio-weapon was really interesting.
This is scary to think, could biological terrorism really happen, how fast can viruses spread and how safe are we?
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more from this author. Highly Recommend reading!
I am not usually a fan of two timelines, but this one really seemed to work with the plot and helped move the book along. I realise this is work of fiction, but it has me looking at people who cough in a whole new light!!
An excellent read. The book was well written with believable and interesting characters even though I couldn't honestly connect with the main characters of the book.
The disease and it's causes and effects were described well but I was not a fan of the constant timeline jumps as it ended up confusing me.
But I really liked the medical aspect of the book and how the scientists and doctors react to a dormant disease suddenly becoming active all over again and with them struggling to cope with the lack of vaccines av The book was well written with believable and interesting characters even though I couldn't honestly connect with the main characters of the book.
But I really liked the medical aspect of the book and how the scientists and doctors react to a dormant disease suddenly becoming active all over again and with them struggling to cope with the lack of vaccines available and also the consideration of the disease used as a bio-weapon was really interesting.
Overall an interesting book which I would recommend to anyone who likes a good medical thriller. A big thank you to NetGalley and Simon and Schuster UK Fiction for giving me the opportunity to read this book in exchange of my honest review.
Mar 26, Randi Robinson rated it really liked it Shelves: ybooks-read-main-list , yyalphabet-soup.
This is the disease that decimated Europe in the mid s but now only produces a handful of cases each year primarily in Africa. This new outbreak of the disease quickly spreads and is unusual in the speed that symptoms develop and rapidly lead to death.
Alana and Nico race to find the cause. Did the first patient bring it back from Africa? Could terrorism be involved? What does the new development on the site of an ancient monastery have to do with it?
Does the old priest know something? How is the Muslim man involved? I love medical mysteries and this one did not disappoint.
As the cases spread beyond Genoa, WHO and NATO work together with Italian authorities to discover what, or who, caused this outbreak and try to get it rapidly under control.
The book demonstrates the techniques they use to solve this mystery much as any detective solves his crimes.
Of course there is a litte romance thrown to keep things human. The book moves rapidly and comes to a conclusion I found surprising but believable.
I wish to thank Netgalley and the publisher for allowing me to read an advance copy of this book. This review is my honest opinion and was not swayed by getting the book for free.
Heaps of action, accurate medical details and engaging characters all rolled into a rocket strapped plot make for the best medical thriller I have read in ages.
While the present story line races off to stop the next pandemic, the historical section grounds the reader in the grim reality of the Black Plague in a sweet and sorrowful story of a barber We All Fall Down A fast paced dual time medical thriller set in Genoa Italy in both current time and during the Black Plague of the fourteen century.
While the present story line races off to stop the next pandemic, the historical section grounds the reader in the grim reality of the Black Plague in a sweet and sorrowful story of a barber surgeon battling his corner to if not save give comfort to his patients and community with compassion, the science of his age and a great deal of ingenuity.
Either story line could well stand alone as a book. Together they sing. Looking forward to reading more by Daniel Kalla.
Mar 23, Paul Weiss rated it really liked it Shelves: canadian-author , medical-thriller. But, with no small amount of native pride, I can recommend Canadian author Dan Kalla as being worthy of a place of honour on your shelves.
No condescension or dumbing down for the masses here. Highly recommended. Paul Weiss Apr 28, Wendy rated it really liked it.
I really enjoyed this book. Written by a doctor, I like its portrayal of the return of the plague to Genoa.
We see the parallels of both ages. The sad fact that humans tend to find an "other" to blame in the face of disaster.
During the Black Death, the Jewish community got the blame. In this modern tale, the Muslims were the scapegoat.
We also see how our modern health system might be taxed in the event I really enjoyed this book. We also see how our modern health system might be taxed in the event of an epidemic.
It's scary if one stops to think about it, how easy such an event might occur. Even with modern science, we are still vulnerable to bacteria and viruses.
Also, since he's a local-to-me author, I am interested in getting his other books. Sep 15, Maxine rated it really liked it. He wants her opinion on an odd case - a construction worker has appeared in the ER with what looks like pneumonic plague, a disease not seen for centuries, that had at one time decimated the population of Europe.
The only clue they have is that he had been part of a crew tearing down an ancient monastery. As more patients arrive with the disease and as the body count begins to rise, Vaughn a Dr Alana Vaughn, an infectious disease specialist working for NATO, is summoned to Genoa by her ex-lover.
As more patients arrive with the disease and as the body count begins to rise, Vaughn and her team are in a race against time especially when the plague appears miles away from what is believed to be ground zero.
We All Fall Down by Daniel Kalla is a fast-paced medical thriller with a touch of historical elements. The story is told from several different perspectives: Dr.
Vaughn; a Medieval surgeon; and the perpetrator behind the spread of the disease. Although the mystery behind the spread of the disease stretched my willing suspension of disbelief somewhat, I found the historical and especially the medical elements fascinating.
I also found the chaos created as the disease spread easily believable. Overall, a very enjoyable read. Oct 09, Manda Nem rated it it was amazing.
First medical thriller in a very long time. Was eager to read this and not disappointed! Another great author to add to my list.
Thoroughly enjoyed! Mar 22, Tina rated it really liked it Shelves: He makes it clear and understandable without going on and on about boring things that will just clog up the story.
This book is thrilling. I love a good pandemic type story and this one does not disappoint. While we "sort of" know what is happening before the main characters do, its still intriguing as Kalla leaves a lot of unsolved issues and keeps them to the very end.
Although I had to read this slowly time constraints I was always annoyed that I had to put it down for "real life" and looked forward to picking it up again.
This story could have easily survived without any of that and I wish it had. I am not sure why Kalla felt the need to insert that in an otherwise captivating read.
Mar 06, Lisa Henderson-Farr rated it it was amazing. An eight hundred year old monastery in Genoa, Italy is being torn down to make way for more modern buildings.
Vittoria Fornero is in charge of the construction site and isn't going to let anything slow down the project, including a monk that lived at the former monastery.
Brother Silvio shows up at the site daily with a fold up chair and a black satchel and watches the progress of the excavation.
The monk has been spooking some of the workers with tales of old concerning the monastery. All of this along with a sudden bout of illness is too much for Vittoria and she collapses at work.
Alana Vaughn receives a text from a former colleague, Dr. Nico Oliva, whom she worked with at the World Health Organization. Two words had her packing for Genoa immediately.
Those two words were "the plague". This is not the first time in history that the Monastery has been at the center of a deadly outbreak and Alana and Nico must discover how it is spreading now.
This story is told from the perspective of two time periods, that of the medieval outbreak recounted by Rafael Pasqua, and from the present day investigations of Doctors Alana Vaughn and Nico Oliva.
The modern day doctors race against time to find the source of the plague and try to contain it before it ravishes the population of Italy as it did once before centuries ago.
The journals of Rafael tell about the horrors of the bubonic plague sweeping thru his time. Both timelines have one thing in common and that is the monastery.
Fast paced story that has both timelines told in separate narratives that are seamlessly tied together.
A compulsive read with well developed characters that will hold you on the edge of your seat till the final pages. Mar 10, Jay Dwight rated it really liked it.
A captivating thriller, and a very thought provoking "what if? Current day Italy and it seems the Black Plague has re-surfaced. The authorities are on a perplexing chase for the hows and whys, trying to contain the spread before it reaches cataclysmic proportions.
Has it been transferred from Africa? Is it bio-terrorism. Does it have ties to the Plague that devastated Europe centuries ago in ?
Jun 25, Stefania rated it it was ok. The only part I enjoyed were the snapshots of the Black Death pandemic through the pages of Doctor Pasqua's diary.
Amateurish writing style, no character depth or development whatsoever, boring characters, flat dialogue, an unnecessary romance If you are going to use so much Italian at least get a native speaker to proof-read your book before you publish it.
Jan 21, ashley lloyd spanton rated it liked it. Judging a Book by it's Cover - I've never read what is considered a "medical thriller", but a Canadian author who moonlights as an ER Physician okay, he is an ER Physician who moonlights as an author is pretty darn cool.
His first book Pandemic , inspired by the SARS outbreak, also sounds pretty darn cool, I might have to go back and read that if this works out for me.
Review This was a well written and believable medical thriller. Kalla obviously draws on his own knowledge to build a Judging a Book by it's Cover - I've never read what is considered a "medical thriller", but a Canadian author who moonlights as an ER Physician okay, he is an ER Physician who moonlights as an author is pretty darn cool.
Kalla obviously draws on his own knowledge to build a story that makes sense logically, but is also interesting and suspenseful, without being too over saturated with medical jargon.
I enjoyed following the WHO and NATO experts as they mapped and tracked this spreading disease to its source, trying to sort out whether this was a natural resurrection of the black plague, or bioterrorism.
Both situations are frightening, but what it ends up being is even more frightening and I liked that little twist.
However, I did find that my interested in the story waned about three quarters of the way through. I guess the repetition of more cases coming into light and the experts kind of running in circles as they tried to find the reason for the spread and develop a vaccine eventually became too repetitive for me and I was anxious for things to move ahead a bit quicker.
Overall, I enjoyed my first journey into this genre of thrillers, but I feel like this format could become familiar after a while without a lot of really unique approaches.
That said, Kalla handled it quite well and strayed from presenting a predictable outcome, which I applaud. Feb 22, Peter Kralka rated it really liked it.
A very good read. A middle ages plague surfaces in Genoa when a monastery is sold by the church and it's torn down. A race for WHO to find the source of the plague, to isolate those infected, trying to cure the infected and to try to contain it to a geographic area.
A parallel recounting of a middle ages physician trying to treat the same plague in the same city.
Feb 18, Astrid rated it really liked it Shelves: goodreads-giveaways. Easy to read, hard to put down. Switches from present to Middle Ages were very well done.
May 05, Wendy rated it it was amazing Shelves: thriller , science , medical. Summoned to Genoa to examine Dr.
Captivating, with compelling plot twists the politics in both timeframes are fascinating with the Archbishop blaming the Jews for the outbreak in and the Muslims as the scapegoats in the present.
Nico Oliva and her awakening attraction to Byron, a man she finds heavy-handed and tactless at first. Yet all too quickly the story flows smoothly to an ending with a life-threatening encounter.
Nico Oliva; as well as the cheerful, talkative and alarmist Brother Silvio. A medical thriller, a historical drama and as scary as hell.
I was literally hooked from the first page and read this book in one sitting. I could not put this book down. This read got my heart racing and tapping my kindle faster and faster.
A fast paced and gripping read and the subject matter The Black Plague. It is set in two time periods, the fourteenth century and the present.
An easy five stars and so Highly Recommended. I would like to thank the author, publisher and Netgalley for the ARC.
Jul 22, Sarah Workaday Reads rated it it was amazing Shelves: canadian , read-in , 5-stars-in Scary, but in a good way. This is a medical pandemic story that had me on the edge of my seat the whole time.
I really liked Alana, she was professional, but still human. I thought Nico was a tool though, not really worthy of the pages devoted to him.
Byron was unexpectedly my fav male character, although Claudio deserved more page time. Reading the diary portions was very interesting.
I liked the peek into the older story, and found the switches between modern and older times to be handled quite Scary, but in a good way.
I liked the peek into the older story, and found the switches between modern and older times to be handled quite well.
Overall, I loved the story. Jan 19, Meagan rated it liked it. Maybe not the best book to read during cold and flu season I had no idea that there were two kinds of Black Death.
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First of all it wasn't a bad movie but it didn't deserve no 7. It was OK,a different kind of horror movie to whats out there at the moment.
The acting wasn't especially good either,id say average to that as well. It seemed to me that it was one of them-you knew what was coming next or at the end.
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This is my first review on here so I'm sorry if its not as good as some on here. Thank you for reading and hope you enjoy it as much as i did,ha!
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Read Full Bio. X Russell H. All children sit down. Swiss versions have the children dancing round a rosebush. A rough translation is "Ringe Ringe Raya [a common Serbo-Croatian nonsense word], uncle Ducky has come, and he ate all the eggs, one egg crashed, and we children squat!
In Slovene , there is a similar rhyme called "Ringa, ringa raja":. A rough translation is "Ringa, ringa raja [meaningless], the cat is being naughty, the dog comes running around, and throws everyone on the ground.
A rough translation is "Wheel, wheel of a mill costing four rhenish guilders , the wheel broke, and fell into water, with a thud!
Which roughly translates this way: " We turn, turn around, the world falls down, Earth falls down, we all fall down to the ground!
It is to be noticed that in Italian the word terra means both Earth and ground. There is a slightly longer version that reads:.
The translation is: " We turn, turn around, how beautiful is the world, the world of the children, with many little flowers. One hundred fifty, the chicken sings, she sings all alone because she doesn't want to go to the school, the chicken is white and black, she says good evening, she says good night, the wolf hides behind the door, the door falls down, the wolf disappears and we all fall down!
The origins and meanings of the game have long been unknown and subject to speculation. Folklore scholars, however, regard the Great Plague explanation that has been the most common since the midth century as baseless.
In , A Dictionary of British Folklore contained the belief that an explanation of the game was of pagan origin, based on the Sheffield Glossary comparison of Jacob Grimm 's Deutsche Mythologie.
The theory states that it is in reference to Pagan myths and cited a passage which states, "Gifted children of fortune have the power to laugh roses, as Freyja wept gold.
Another suggestion is more literal, that it was making a "ring" around the roses and bowing with the "all fall down" as a curtsy.
According to Games and Songs of American Children , published in , the "rosie" was a reference to the French word for rose tree and the children would dance and stoop to the person in the center.
Again in , sneezing was then noted to be indicative of many superstitious and supernatural beliefs across differing cultures.
Since after the Second World War , the rhyme has often been associated with the Great Plague which happened in England in , or with earlier outbreaks of the Black Death in England.
Interpreters of the rhyme before World War II make no mention of this;  by , however, it seems to have become well established as an explanation for the form of the rhyme that had become standard in the United Kingdom.
Peter and Iona Opie , the leading authorities on nursery rhymes , remarked:. The invariable sneezing and falling down in modern English versions have given would-be origin finders the opportunity to say that the rhyme dates back to the Great Plague.
A rosy rash, they allege, was a symptom of the plague, and posies of herbs were carried as protection and to ward off the smell of the disease.
Sneezing or coughing was a final fatal symptom, and "all fall down" was exactly what happened. The line Ashes, Ashes in colonial versions of the rhyme is claimed to refer variously to cremation of the bodies, the burning of victims' houses, or blackening of their skin, and the theory has been adapted to be applied to other versions of the rhyme.
In its various forms, the interpretation has entered into popular culture and has been used elsewhere to make oblique reference to the plague.
Ring-a-ring-o'- geranium , A pocket full of uranium , Hiro, shima All fall down! In March , during the early stages of the COVID pandemic in the United Kingdom , the traditional rhyme was jokingly proposed as the "ideal choice" of song to accompany hand-washing in order to ward off infection.
Folklore scholars regard the Great Plague explanation of the rhyme as baseless for several reasons:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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