"A bolt of lightning arced up from the cloud, and there was a brief ‘ooh’ from some of her fellow passengers, until it arched in the air and slammed into the wing. The wing splintered and burst into flame."
The fight for control has begun.
The second book in the bestselling British horror trilogy, Blood on the Motorway.
On a flight back to her family, Lydia is too busy trying to ignore the annoying passenger next to her to notice the sky filling with lights. Three months later she is alone in a desolate world, moving from one town to the next, trying to survive. When she enters the ruined city of York, she finds more than she bargained for.
Ex-student turned revolutionary hero Tom, grieving and broken, has passed the last three months trying to keep himself and his people together. Now he will have to protect them from a new government force, hellbent on rebuilding at a cost too terrible to comprehend.
Jen and Mira, reeling from their encounter with a homicidal maniac, flee into the wilds to escape, and find themselves running from a very different enemy. Ex-detective Burnett, separated from his friends by chance, sees himself drawn into an investigation that will take him to the heart of the fight against this new government.
Who will prevail in the battle for humanity’s future in the pulse-quickening sequel to Blood on the Motorway?
"Once finishing each of these books, one doesn't leave the story behind. For days one will ponder the ideas and strategies given and wonder how he would handle himself in just such situations. You are literally immersed in this dramatic experience. My highest recommendation for this book." - Amazon Review
"Part two of the trilogy is every bit as good as the first. Buying the third as soon as I've written this." - Amazon review
"It has characters you can root for, and plenty of action." - Amazon review