In a world prone to violent flooding, Britain, ravaged 20 years earlier by a deadly virus, has been largely cut off. Survivors are few and far between, most of them infertile. Children are a rare commodity.
For 22-year-old Roza Polanski, life with her family in their isolated tower block is relatively comfortable. But when a stranger called Aashay Kent arrives, everything changes. Roza can't shake the feeling that there's more to Aashay than he's letting on. Is there more to life beyond their isolated bubble?
"I was enchanted from the very first page. The author's descriptions of war-torn Exeter are so vivid, I felt I was there." (Good Housekeeping)
"Morrall writes with poise and delicacy." (The Sunday Times)
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Good book, if a little odd!
Less nurseary rhymes
The scenes on the road to the fair
No, the story reached a conclusion