Description (Taken from amazon)
New Years’ Eve: the world parties on unaware as a toll of death far beyond 9/11 and 7/7 spreads across Britain. The UK makes its own rules as 1/1 dawns and they don’t include fair play. A global-warming fuelled disaster engulfs the country. Can its citizens pull together despite differing skin colour and culture? Years later and still at large, the New Year bomber has a private agenda and a nuclear bomb.
This book has constant surprises through out it and starts off with a bang. The plot is one that takes the reader for a ride they will never forget.
The majority of the book takes place within the UK with the bombing of St Paul’s Cathedral and a death count higher in one book than any book I have ever read. The plot and characters are flawless and you really feel like you are standing there watching the events happen in front of your eyes. I felt raw emotion throughout this book and it confronts issues that have happen in real life.
However this book isn’t about death, it is about people coming together no matter what religion or race to overcome the hatred that has been brought into the world by certain individuals.
This book should be a must read for every adult.
This book was received for free by the author and all opinions expressed are my own.