By David Moody
Every thing that suggests whatever to you is taken away in seconds. No caution. No rationalization. Nothing.
AUTUMN: town is the 1st sequel to the acclaimed loose horror novel AUTUMN.
an epidemic rips around the face of the planet, killing billions of individuals in below twenty-four hours. A small crew of survivors cower in worry within the desolate is still of a silent urban. because the complete quantity of the devastation brought on by the affliction is published the determined humans struggle to maintain millions upon millions of plague sufferers at bay and to proceed to outlive from each day. they try to stick alive.
The unforeseen visual appeal of a firm of squaddies back threatens the survivor's fragile life. Do they belief this unexpected army presence? Will the army deliver them desire and solutions, or simply extra worry, discomfort and destruction?
excess of a typical sequel, AUTUMN: the town expands at the nightmare of the 1st novel and takes the reader in the direction of studying what triggered the demise of billions of individuals on a unmarried inauspicious September day.
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Was it because he worked nights? Was it something he’d eaten or not eaten? Nothing seemed beyond the realms of possibility anymore. More pathetic, staggering bodies were all that he could see. Now that his initial fear and uncertainty at being out in the open had subsided, Jack was beginning to feel stronger and less threatened by those bodies which moved. He could see, hear, think and react. They, it seemed, could do nothing more than stumble about aimlessly. He was getting closer and closer to the heart of the city with every step.
The girl asked. ‘No-one. ’ She shook her head. Feeling fractionally better and more composed, she pushed herself away from Jack slightly and sat up in her seat. He watched as she wiped her face. ’ he asked softly. ‘Clare Smith,’ she mumbled. ’ She shook her head again. ’ ‘I’d been stopping at my dad’s this weekend. We didn’t have any school on Monday so I stayed with him an extra day and…’ She stopped talking when the memory of her parents and the recollection of her sudden, unexplained loss came flooding back.
The alarms began to ring and we were up and on the move in seconds. We had been conditioned to respond at speed. The routine was familiar from a thousand drills but I sensed immediately that this was different. I knew this was for real. I could taste fear and panic in the early morning air. I didn’t know why. I didn’t know what had happened. I had a sickening feeling in the pit of my stomach that something was happening that was about to change everything. In silence we collected our kit and assembled at the transports.
Autumn: The City by David Moody