By Hanne-Vibeke Holst

THE YEAR IS 2016 and barely has the danish doctor Karoline Branner arrived in Geneva to start as a coordinator for WHO’s pandemic taskforce, before a new and deadly influenza breaks out. First in Denmark, then around the world. 

THE IDEALISTIC KAROLINE is put to the test of her life. Not only does she need to stop the pandemic’s horrific path, she also needs to fight strong political and economical forces. On top of that, she is trying to keep a relationship in Denmark from falling apart.  

AUTHOR HANNE-VIBEKE Holst is back with a suspenseful novel about the modern human on the verge of disaster. Like the Plague is a great story about one of the worst scenarios. What would we act like, when we are plagued with a deadly virus that can kill millions? Will we make the right choices? 

First published by Gyldendal, 2017

Denmark, Gyldendal

Deeply entertaining
– Kristeligt Dagblad, 4 stars, Denmark

Energetic and irresistibly entertaining disaster novel
– Jyllands-Posten, 4 stars, Denmark

Muscular thriller
– Berlingske, 4 stars, Denmark