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Silver Storm

Caroline Clough

£6.99

Also available as: eBook

Range: Kelpies Paperback 256 pages 198 x 130 mm ISBN: 9781782503132 Publication date: 16 June 2016
Genre: Adventure and Thriller Theme: Dystopia Ideal for ages: 9, 10, 11 and 12 Red Fever series

A terrible virus has wiped out most of the human population and Scotland is now a wasteland. Toby and his family are being held hostage on the island of Orkney by a terrifying militia group called the Corporation. Toby knows he and his friend Tash must escape and find their way to
Edinburgh if they are ever to bring about an end to the carnage that the red fever has caused.

Arriving in Edinburgh, things are even worse than they feared: the city is deserted, and overrun with wild animals. All they have is a name -- but can they find the one person who could help them save not only their friends and family, but the whole world?

Reviews

'Silver Storm is a really good book, packed with lots of action and adventure. The book is gripping and an easy book to read and if you like your stories full of adrenaline and adventure then I would definitely recommend this book to you.'
-- Teen Titles

Praise for Red Fever:

'An adventure of immense pace and imagination, with a young hero, Toby battling against terrible odds with a courage and intelligence every reader will envy and admire.'
-- Roger McGough

'A thrilling adventure set at a time of total devastation. Red fever is sweeping the earth. Almost everyone is dead and those that remain are struggling to cope with the aftermath. When Toby's sister falls dangerously ill, he and his father set off on a mad mission by boat to save her life. Can they find the medicine they need? And how will they stay safe from the pirates?'
-- Julia Eccleshare, LoveReading4Kids

Praise for Black Tide:

'This is a fascinating series -- fast-paced and with characters you can care about ... I can't wait for the next book!'
-- Keenreaders.org

Silver Storm

Author

Caroline Clough was born and raised in Yorkshire but has lived in Scotland for 30 years. She was inspired to write her thrilling post-apocalyptic Red Fever series after living for many years in rural Aberdeenshire outside Turriff with her husband, two children, and a menagerie…

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