By David Moody
Every thing that implies whatever to you is taken away in seconds. No caution. No rationalization. Nothing.
AUTUMN: town is the 1st sequel to the acclaimed unfastened horror novel AUTUMN.
a deadly disease rips around the face of the planet, killing billions of individuals in below twenty-four hours. A small staff of survivors cower in worry within the desolate continues to be of a silent urban. because the complete volume of the devastation brought on by the affliction is published the determined humans struggle to maintain hundreds of thousands upon hundreds of thousands of plague sufferers at bay and to proceed to outlive from everyday. they try to stick alive.
The unforeseen visual appeal of an organization of infantrymen back threatens the survivor's fragile life. Do they belief this surprising army presence? Will the army deliver them desire and solutions, or simply extra worry, discomfort and destruction?
excess of a standard sequel, AUTUMN: town expands at the nightmare of the 1st novel and takes the reader toward getting to know what triggered the demise of billions of individuals on a unmarried inauspicious September day.
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Still disorientated by the darkness, he paused to get his bearings. He pushed the trolley to one side and leant against a nearby bus shelter to drink from a carton of fruit juice which he’d taken from the department store. He opened the carton and drank from it thirstily, the strong, citrus flavour suddenly revitalising him. He’d hardly drunk anything all day and he practically emptied the carton in a short time. It was when he tipped his head back to drain the last few precious drops of juice that he saw the light.
More than twelve hours had passed since Jack had seen the first body moving this morning. He had spent the rest of the day upstairs, hiding in his bedroom again, terrified. He packed a bag with clothes and food but when it came to moving he was too scared to leave. He knew he’d have to go outside eventually, but for now the familiarity and relative security of his home was all he had left. Even now he could occasionally hear the body of his next-door neighbour crashing aimlessly and relentlessly around the back garden.
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Autumn: The City by David Moody