Refuge - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Author: Richard Herley / Kindle Edition
Newest Review: ... his fellow villagers, and Bex and some of his followers. Bex is a sociopath of the worst kind and leader of a gang of feral ... more
Customer Refuge - Kindle Edition Reviews (1)
by - written on 03/01/12 (Very useful, 108 readings)
Having read and enjoyed The Penal Colony by Richard Herley, I bought another of this author's books from Amazon for my Kindle which is currently the only format available. At just under £2 it wasn't going to break the bank and I discovered it was money well spent as this turned out to be another gripping futuristic thriller of a novel. The author himself states on his blog that this is his 'least favourite child' but personally I think he's being far too hard on himself as this book certainly had me hooked from the first page. *************************** Synopsis: It's 2029 and is twelve years since a global plague wiped out the population ... Read the complete review
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