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This book starts on a cold, wet, winters afternoon in London when the main character in the story goes home from work early because he is not feeling well, possibly the start of the usual winter fl u. By late evening he has a raging temperature and is vomiting continuously, if he had not felt so bad and had any strength in his limbs he would have made his way to the hospital. When he eventually wakes up he fi nds that his apartment is freezing cold and the central heating is not on, when he gets himself together suffi ciently and fi nds the strength required to go outside he fi nds dead bodies lying on the street, vehicles are crashed all over the place with dead bodies in some of them and there is no one about anywhere, he goes back inside badly shocked and tries the telephone but it is not working and his mobile gets no answers no matter who he rings including the Police and everywhere there is a complete silence like nothing he has ever experienced before.

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    Horrible

    This is my first ever review. Don't buy this book until it's been edited. Punctuation, what's that? Run on sentences are the norm. I couldn't finish this book, which is almost unheard of for me. In fact, I stopped trying to read it about 1/3 of the way into it.

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    The New Beginning

    Had the potential to be a really good story but the plot was never developed. A very amateur attempt at writing.

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    Poor quality

    Very flat and onto toned. Characters had no depth and the narration was odd. I liked the idea but the book was bad.

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    Only one period per page please .......

    I like these type of books but this was awful. Was there a quota on the number of periods the author could use? Run on sentences were the norm.

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    Not worth buying

    Poorly written, bad grammer and worse spelling. The author obviously relied on spell-check and apparently failed to have his work proof-read. He also failed to take into account science, as examples thereof gasoline still worked fine after 3.5 years, and Insolin was still ok after 2 years without refigeation. Furthermore he relied upon an unbelievable abundance of gun stores, with an amazing selection of firearms of all types, totally inconsistent with the reality of modern Britain. I only finished the book because I'm cheap, and I had paid for it.

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