amazon.com/October-Birds-Influenza-Infection-Responders/dp/9462095884 (Links to an external site.)Read this book in its entirety and write a 2-5 page report, double spaced, comparing what happens in the story to the COVID-19 pandemic.Â Be sure to address the following:What is similar between the pandemics?Â What is different between the pandemics? If somethingÂ more deadly than SARS-CoV-2 hits the human population, do you think we are going to be ready for it now that we have this pandemic under our belt?Â Why or why not? Also include:Introductory ParagraphMost book reports begin with the basic information about the book: the bookâ€™s title, author, genre, and publication information (publisher, number of pages, and year published). The opening paragraph is also your opportunity to build interest by mentioning any unusual facts or circumstances about the writing of the book or noteworthy credentials of the author. Was the book a bestseller? Is the author a well-known authority on the subject? Book reports are personal, too, so itâ€™s perfectly acceptable to state why you chose to read it.Whatâ€™s the Book About?In the body of the book reportâ€”paragraphs two, three, and fourâ€”youâ€™ll describe what the book is about. This is your chance to show youâ€™ve read and understood the book. Assuming youâ€™ve read a fiction book, below are helpful writing tips:Summary: Start this paragraph by writing an overview of the story, including its setting, time period, main characters, and plot. Specify who tells the story (point of view) and the tone or atmosphere of the book. Is it a creepy tale of suspense or a lighthearted adventure?Character Details: In this paragraph, describe the main characters and identify the major conflict or problem the main characters are trying to solve. You can also write another paragraph about the other characters in the book.Plot Details: In writing about the plot, you donâ€™t need to tell every detail of the story. Instead, focus on the main sequence of events. You can discuss plot highlights, from the rising action to the bookâ€™s climax and conflict resolution. Make sure you mention the authorâ€™s use of any literary devices youâ€™ve been studying in class.Personal Evaluation and Conclusion: Youâ€™ll like writing the final paragraph because it is here that youâ€™ll be able to offer your own critique of the book. What are the bookâ€™s strengths and weaknesses? Did the book hold your interest? What did you learn from the book? If you read a work of fiction, how did the book affect you? If you read non-fiction, were you swayed by the authorâ€™s arguments? Try to be balanced in your opinions, and support your statements with examples from the book. Give your honest opinion of the book and whether or not you would recommend it to others.