The Gone

The Gone : What Would You Do If You Walked Off a Plane and There Was No One Left?

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Bitsy walks off a plane to find that Heathrow airport is nearly abandoned. She and two men manage to run, but as they do they find themselves in an apocalyptic Britain where humans have become an endangered species and the world is ruled by The Gone. Can they get to the WHO before it is too late? The Gone is a gritty apocalyptic horror that began as a serialised blog at https: //thegone.wordpress.com/. It slowly evolved into the novel with the help of readers, giving rise to a very different Britain that is a challenge to survive in.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 270 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 15.49mm | 471.73g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514673878
  • 9781514673874

About Kate Murray

Kate Murray has recently completed her Masters in Creative Writing and is currently working as an illustrator and writer. She has had short stories published in magazines and e-zines, including 'The Lampeter Review', 'Jotter's United', and 'What The Dickens'. She has had short stories included in the 'Twisted Tales 2013' anthology published by Raging Aardvark, and the 'Busker Anthology' and 'Spooky Tales Anthology' published by What the Dickens. She also has three short story collections and a novel, 'Truth and Lies', published. Kate's artwork has been exhibited at the Museum Of Modern Art in Machynlleth where she was selected after entering the art competition and at Aberglasney Gardens as part of the Mid Wales Art group. Her artwork has been published by companies from Norway to Australia and her latest works will have illustrations in it. She has also had a series of line drawings published by Staffordshire Wildlife Trust in their biodiversity action plan. Kate currently works in the foothill of the Cambrian Mountains where she has a purpose built workshop that she affectionately calls her 'house' as she spends far more time in there than anywhere else.show more

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