News breaks of a deadly virus in Asia but, despite fatalities, few people take it seriously. Sheltered within their university bubble, Samantha and Louise are convinced the UK is invulnerable to this threat, until gruesome events unfold around the world and the death toll rises from hundreds to millions. By the time the virus reaches England and students on campus start falling sick, Samantha has to weigh up the risks of travelling home to London. She decides to sit tight with Louise and wait for everything to blow over. But the situation further deteriorates in ways the two friends couldn't have envisaged. Their student flat is no fortress and there's only one place they'll be safe: The Range.
- Paperback | 452 pages
- 152 x 229 x 23mm | 602g
- 28 Nov 2014
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About Dave Farmer
Dave Farmer escaped the crowded industry of the West Midlands, England, in 1999 and has enjoyed the big skies and open country of rural Cambridgeshire every day since. Although his Midland accent has softened he still refuses to pronounce it 'parth' and 'barth' because it doesn't feel right in his mouth. He works in Human Resources, which he insists is more exciting than people realise, yet his true passion lies with telling stories. The Range was born out of his love for all things zombie and apocalyptic, coupled with what true friendship really means to him. When not writing he resumes the hunt for the perfect sandwich, capturing dying moments of a golden sunset, playing with the family dogs, or exploring strange new virtual worlds. The subject of how to survive the end of days, should it ever happen, is a frequent talking point around the dinner table. To find out more you can read posts on his blog, www.davefarmer.co.uk where he shares his thoughts and ideas of the world around him. And yes, Cambridge is as posh as everyone thinks.