WHEN EVERYTHING FALLS APART, WHAT CAN YOU DO?
The year is 3040.
The location is Exxon 1, part of a six-planet system in settled space.
Determined to avoid the mistakes of old Earth, the surviving humans avoided democracy and opted, instead, for a non-elective totalitarian system.
The new way worked well, until now.
A crazy, despotic president releases a nano-virus on the population.
No one was ready for the fallout. It came anyway.
In this post-apocalyptic world, can you stay safe?
Praise for FALLOUT:
‘If you like dark, dangerous, and a little bit demented, this is the novel for you.’ … Staci Troilo
‘Fallout by Harmony Kent is a dark, gritty, twisted apocalyptic story guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat.’… Mae Clair
Review: Wow! I’ve never been a great fan of the post-apocalypse genre. Movies I’ve watched going back as far as Mad Max and on through I Am Legend have never been viewed a second time. And until now, I have never read a post-apocalyptic novel. However, Harmony Kent’s FALLOUT may be the catalyst needed to change all that. I would most certainly watch it if it is ever adapted for the big screen.
FALLOUT is a gripping tale of survival guaranteed to keep readers entranced as they follow Priya’s story where danger lurks around every corner and no one can be trusted… Least likely those who she comes to depend upon.
This is one of those books you simply do not want to put down. It is full of unexpected twists and I can happily say, not at all predictable. Harmony Kent has way of preparing the reader for an expected outcome for each scenario and skilfully delivering an alternative one. She is an exceptionally talented writer. FALLOUT is a fascinating story. I will most certainly be following her work from now on.