visión de conjunto:Críticas Scarrow's thrilling follow-up to Plague Land (2017) effortlessly welcomes new readers into his vividly rendered wasteland populated with an otherworldly and terrifyingly intelligent organism bent on remaking humanity...who love cinematic thrill-a-minute apocalyptic horror will be riveted. - KirkusScarrow absolutely nails the graphic body horror...this furthers the trilogy and is definitely ramping up to an epic final installment - Booklist Reseña del editor THEY THOUGHT IT WAS DEAD. THEY WERE WRONG.Two years ago a virus hit London killing thousands of people and driving the rest into hiding. But Leon has somehow survived making it through two harsh winters. Now he's living on the fragile hope that the freezing snow and ice of the English climate wiped out the virus for good. Word even reaches Leon of a rescue boat on its way. But all is not as safe as it seems. The virus has been busy...Praise for Plague Land:Will immediately engross and terrify readers. VOYAA thrilling family survival story a clinical study of a fictional pathogen body horror and an action-packed dystopian narrative. BooklistTerror anxiety and anticipation will flow rapidly through the veins of readers as they piece together clues...in this fast-paced horror. The Bulletin of the Center for Children's BooksA high-impact horrific thriller that will keep readers on the edge of their seat and begging for the next installment. School Library Journal Biografía del autor Award-winning author Alex Scarrow spent years as a video game designer before turning to writing. He is the author of the internationally acclaimed TimeRiders books for teens as well as a number of adult thrillers. He lives in Norwich England. Learn more at alexscarrow.com.