Book: The Johnson Project by Maggie Spencecategories: Book, Infertility, Dystopian, Science Fiction, Plague, Virus, Medical Thriller
Maggie Spenceabout this book: What if you had to qualify to become a parent? Would you pass the test? Would you have been born?
What would happen if every woman in the world suddenly became incapable of having children? It took a while for people to come to the frightening realization, but that's exactly what happens in The Johnson Project by Maggie Spence. The year is 2017 and somehow a virus has infected literally every woman on earth. The world is less than eight months away from seeing its last newborn child unless someone can fix it. Not only would this mean the end of humanity if uncured, it would also crash the stock market, eradicate all sorts of jobs and lead to countless unknown issues.
Two scientists race to find a cure but only one succeeds and he decides to change the course of history by demanding potential parents prove they will love and care for their offspring. What could go wrong? The world fights back.
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