The Ghost of Emily

The Ghost of Emily

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War and plague have left millions dead. In the midst of the carnage something awoke, and the wars all over the world stopped. Suddenly. Silently. Since then, people have been disappearing. Jake Thorne is a survivor. A nomad. A father. Hunting in forests of the land once called Australia, every day is a struggle. For food. For safety. To protect the ones he loves: his children Gus and Maisie. Death surrounds them in the lonely wilderness of a world with few humans left. The greatest threat comes in the night, glowing and artificial, in the shape of their dearest departed. It comes offering immortality. Where have all the humans gone? Doctor Marcus Hamlin knows. Can Jake protect his children from the terrifying spectre that haunts them? Find out in this epic debut sci-fi thriller - the first in The Ghosts of Men trilogy, by James Fox Higgins.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 458 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 26mm | 667g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 0995435006
  • 9780995435001
  • 2,583,403

About James Fox Higgins

James Fox Higgins is a musician, writer, and producer; working in the recording studio he built at his home near Byron Bay, Australia. James has worked his whole adult life as a professional entertainer, performing around the world in various original acts, as well as making a living in the world of corporate and private functions. James has attended more weddings as a singer than he likes to admit. As a solo artist, James Fox Higgins has released three self-produced albums to date, and between music production clients and gigs, his passions are reading science fiction and philosophy, and writing. You can hear James' music and read his blog at www.jamesfoxhiggins.com
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