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There are now more than 300 people grouped together on the banks of the Thames in the shadows of the Tower of London. On one side, the river. In all other directions, nothing but the dead.

If they can make it through winter, they'll have a shot at long-term survival, but with so many mouths to feed, food is at a premium. They have no choice but to scavenge through the ruins of London to survive, but with every street they clear, every building they strip, they risk enraging the vast hordes of the undead that have them surrounded.

It's a delicate balancing act: stave off starvation while doing everything possible to avoid all out war.

But there may be another option....

Autumn: Inferno is the second book in the new trilogy set in the nightmare world of David Moody's international best-selling series. For more information about Autumn, visit lastoftheliving.net.

©2021 David Moody (P)2022 David Moody

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They do it again

Once again narrator Aubrey Parsons brings the 'Autumn world' of David Moody to a vivid state of life considering it is surround by so much death. Moody again makes us care about the characters and add a few nice twists and turns. Once you read or listen to Inferno you will get the sense something very special is coming.

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London Burning!

An excellent second book to the series. There is very little ‘down time’ and the story just keeps going and going. Knowing the area well that sets the scene, I was impressed with the detail and I could picture many of the scenes as if present, which just added to the overall sense of impending doom. Great narration, Aubrey Parsons is quickly becoming a personal favourite.

Please don’t leave it too long for part 3!

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Harsh realities in an apocalyptic fantasy.

Well, I got through that too quickly! The story of our survivors inhabiting the area surrounding the Tower of London picks up from 'Dawn' and sees them dealing with less resources, and an upcoming winter. A closed-minded leadership and the encroaching hordes create a tinderbox waiting for a spark. As much as I'd like to find a reason for removing stars, I cannot legitimately think of one. Dave's writing and storytelling continues the high standards previously set, and Aubrey's reading of the novel deserves the utmost praise (I can only hope he becomes a staple part of the series). If you have never read one of David's novels, I thoroughly recommend you try this series; and if you have, feel safe in the knowledge that nothing disappoints here.