I'm not sure what a quarantine themed book is but here's a stab at it.
The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History by John Barry.
I read this one when I was in high-school. Its a really good book. It is not only about the 1918 "Spanish Flu" pandemic but it is about the development of modern medicine that occurred right around the turn of the century and focuses a lot on Johns Hopkins and the discoveries and advancements in fighting the virus that were developed there.
This may be a bit more appropriate.
The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio.
Set against the background of the Black Death of 1348, Giovanni Boccaccio's undisputed masterpiece recaptures both the tragedies and comedies of medieval life and is surely one of the greatest achievements in the history of literature.
Plus it's 864 pages. Sounds like a shut in book to me.
Sonice the Hedgehog The Movie: The Novelisation by Kiel Phegley
I recommend Emily St John Mandel’s new book! The Glass Hotel. And if you haven’t already read Station Eleven, now would be a great time!
Crisis in the Red Zone: The Story of the Deadliest Ebola Outbreak in History, and of the Outbreaks to Come by Richard Preston
He also wrote The Hot Zone on which the movie Outbreak was based.