Here’s the blurb;
The only road to escape ends at The Wall.
In a desolate post-Brexit England, nothing is as it seems.
There is no chance, for those who remain in England encased behind The Wall, to live a long and healthy life in the smog-drenched, almost abandoned cities. None.
Apart from one.
Walking North, alone, through a desolate and deserted landscape, on old, cracked roads, long since abandoned, Harra has only two items to guide her. A sheet of paper with a list of instructions to direct her steps to The Wall and an ancient Casio watch to ensure her timely arrival. Yet neither of those can guarantee success, not when the ever-vigilant Border Drones must be avoided to chance the final crossing.
And with every step she takes, the Establishment lies begins to unravel, revealing to Harra just how far the Government has gone to ensure its ‘truths’ are not only never questioned, but that they also come to pass.
Harra has a future to gain, and a past to unravel.
The Wall both beckons and repels, but there is no other means of escape.
So head’s up – I know the author, and I have only good things to say about this book.