Sunday, 16 July 2017
Zoe Marshall is in a jam. She finds herself still on the planet Earth, but it is 1,000 years into the future and it all, from Zoe's perspective, seems to have gone very, very wrong indeed.
People live as tribes in primitive settlements and wild animals roam at will.
The Earth is encircled by artificial planets and these constantly send down armed patrols which attack the settlements and capture their inhabitants.
Zoe wishes to return to her own time. Unfortunately the one person who would almost certainly be able to help her return to her home time is the alien called Kazzaar. But Kazzaar is missing.
Zoe must continue alone in her quest to return home, facing the physical dangers of a very different Earth, but she is also plagued by the horrors of her nightly dreams.
Can Zoe work out a way to return to the safety of her family and friends, back in her own time? Or will she be trapped in the hostile, brutal and dangerous future world forever?
But how can she trust Kazzaar, after all he had done before?
This is an exciting example of juvenile Science Fiction, but it will hold the attention of adult readers too.
It is published by Matador at £8.99 and is available from https://goo.gl/wdCFDG.