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The Passage (by Justin Cronin)

Orion (12 May, 2011)

Amy Harper Bellafonte is six years old and her mother thinks she's the most important person in the whole world. She is. Anthony Carter doesn't think he could ever be in a worse place than Death Row. He's wrong. FBI agent Brad Wolgast thinks something beyond imagination is coming. It is.

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The Twelve (by Justin Cronin)

Orion (25 Oct, 2012)

The epic story of THE PASSAGE continues.

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Last Light (by Alex Scarrow)

Orion (15 May, 2008)

A terrifying apocalyptic thriller from the one of the brightest stars of the genre...

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The City of Mirrors (Passage Trilogy 3) (by Justin Cronin)

Orion (16 Jun, 2016)

In life I was a scientist called Fanning. Then, in a jungle in Bolivia, I died. I died, and then I was brought back to life... Prompted by a voice that lives in her blood, the fearsome warrior known as Alicia of Blades is drawn towards to one of the great cities of The Time Before. The ruined city of New York. Ruined but not empty. For this is the final refuge of Zero, the first and last of The Twe ...

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Chocky (by John Wyndham)

Penguin (02 Jul, 2009)

Matthew's parents are worried. At eleven, he's much too old to have an imaginary friend, yet they find him talking to and arguing with a presence that even he admits is not physically there. This presence - Chocky - causes Matthew to ask difficult questions and say startling things: he speaks of complex mathematics and mocks human progress. Then, when Matthew does something incredible, it seems there is mor ...

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The Time Machine (Penguin Classics) (by H.G. Wells, Marina Warner, Patrick Parrinder, Steven McLean)

Penguin Classics (31 Mar, 2005)

When a Victorian scientist propels himself into the year 802,701 AD, he is initially delighted to find that suffering has been replaced by beauty, contentment and peace.

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The Day of the Triffids (Penguin Modern Classics) (by John Wyndham)

Penguin Classics (22 Feb, 2001)

When Bill Masen wakes up blindfolded in hospital there is a bitter irony in his situation. Removing his bandages, he realizes that he is the only person who can see: everyone else has been blinded by a meteor shower. Now, with civilization in chaos, the triffids - venomous plants able to 'walk', feeding on human flesh - can have their day.

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The War of the Worlds (by H.G. Wells)

Penguin Classics (31 Mar, 2005)

The night after a shooting star is seen streaking through the sky from Mars, a cylinder is discovered on Horsell Common in London. At first, naive locals approach the cylinder armed just with a white flag only to be quickly killed by an all-destroying heat-ray, as terrifying tentacled invaders emerge.

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Celebrity In Death (by J. D. Robb)

Piatkus (16 Feb, 2012)

Lieutenant Eve Dallas is no party girl, but she's managing to have a reasonably good time at the celebrity-packed bash celebrating The Icove Agenda, a film based on one of her famous cases. It's a little spooky seeing the actress playing her, who looks almost like her long-lost twin. Not as unsettling, though, as seeing the actress who plays Peabody drowned in the lap pool on the roof of the director's luxu ...

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Delusion in Death: 35 (In Death Series) (by J. D. Robb)

Piatkus (11 Sep, 2012)

'What would cause someone to want so many people, surely many of them strangers, to slaughter each other?' The scene that greets Lieutenant Eve Dallas and her team one terrible evening in New York is more shocking than any of them have ever witnessed. The usually comfortable downtown bar is strewn with bodies - office workers who have been sliced, bludgeoned or hacked to death with the nearest weapon ava ...

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Thankless in Death (by J. D. Robb)

Piatkus (17 Sep, 2013)

He looked at his hands, covered with her blood, at the spreading pool of red on the floor, the wild spatters of it on the walls. An artist, he mused. Maybe he should be an artist. Murder doesn't stop for Thanksgiving. As the household of NYPSD Lieutenant Eve Dallas and her billionaire husband Roarke prepares for an invasion of family and friends, an ungrateful son decides to stop the nagging from ...

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Concealed in Death: 38 (by J. D. Robb)

Piatkus (18 Feb, 2014)

There is nothing unusual about billionaire Roarke supervising work on his new property - but when he takes a ceremonial swing at the first wall to be knocked down, he uncovers the body of a girl. And then another - in fact, twelve dead girls concealed behind a false wall. Luckily for Roarke, he is married to the best police lieutenant in town. Eve Dallas is determined to find the killer - especially ...

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