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by Adam Nevill
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Ned Hayes Writing
Ned Hayes Writing rated it 5 years ago
Lost Girl is a searing novel by Adam Nevill about the all-too-close-to-reality possibilities that await us as the world becomes more crowded, more affected by climate change and less hospitable to humanity. However, it's not just a commentary on our present and fast accelerating condition. Inste...
runner
runner rated it 5 years ago
This work of fiction is probably best described as “dystopian” as it refers to the world or sees the creation in the world of a degraded society that is generally headed to an irreversible oblivion. Indeed the writing is at times so stark and raw that the descriptive prose takes on an almost apocaly...
Steph's Books
Steph's Books rated it 6 years ago
More futuristic thriller than horror, Lost Girl by Adam Nevil is an image of how life could be in the not so distant future. Set in 2053, 'the father' who annoyingly never has a name is trying to find his young daughter who was abducted from their garden two years earlier.The world is everything tha...
Reclusive Reads
Reclusive Reads rated it 6 years ago
In a near future England, caught in the upheaval of the ongoing apocalyptic changes brought on by global warming....rising ocean levels, shifting weather patterns, the European populace in flux, famine, plagues, a collapsing infrastructure, and rampant crime....a little girl vanishes from her yard, ...
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