What would you be prepared to do to survive in the aftermath of a flu pandemic that killed millions? Where would you go? Who could you trust?
The UK survivors of a virus that swept the world hide behind the high walls of a Tudor castle, surrounded by the tidal waters of the Solent. Scraping a living far away from the smoking ruins of the cities, they wait in hope.
Hurst Castle stands alone. Its seventy-four occupants united in a struggle for survival against all the odds. The Millennial Virus is the least of their concerns.
"An action-packed, disturbing and thought-provoking story of an all-too-possible dystopian future." - The Book Reviewers
"One of the most original and just flat out interesting and intelligently profound dystopian novels I’ve ever read." - Indie Book Reviewers