Well we have finally made it to part 3 and I have to say that it is getting grueling because I know how it ends, considering I am not dead of Ebola. I will admit that this part was a little more suspenseful just because of the fact that an 18-year-old has to go into the monkey house at Reston. It was depressing that they had to kill 400 monkeys sick or not. The part about the bad dream with the monkey holding an infected needle was a little creepy especially in light of the fact that the victims of Ebola basically become liquified on the inside. The main thing I found scary in this part is the fact that the virus has possibly become air-borne. All in all the book is suspenseful and pretty good.