As The World Dies Book 1. Great story, characterization and dialogue, tense plotting and emotional impact… and the best ever opening scene.
Experts may warn us and small outbreaks may scare us, yet we still manage to convince ourselves that nothing will go wrong. Till it does.
Introspective, melancholy but ultimately uplifting exploration of the human condition after the apocalypse.
The impact of climate change on one family: constant rain, unemployment and the stress of trying to live as though life was still ‘normal’.
An intelligent, beautifully written and brutally observed dystopian novel about an economic crash and the effect of money on people.
A novel of ideas including climate change, multiverses, freedom, family ties and family responsibility, artificial intelligence and more…
Zombie apocalypse in London. Nobody has a gun so the fight gets hand-to-hand dirty really soon. Action-packed, gripping, funny and tense.
Generates a fervent wish that the protagonist (hell, the writer) would get eaten by zombies. A bloody mess of a book.
A virus was carried by every cell phone operating within the entire world. Within hours, those receiving calls would be infected.
Virtually the entire population of the planet has died in less than 24 hours. For the few survivors, things are about to get much worse.