A vicious plague has broken out in China and spread to Japan. The
world governments look on callously, until the shadow of the Hueste
virus begins to sweep across the rest of the globe. The pandemic
draws nearer to Britain; shelters are hastily constructed across
the country, but for whom? As the death toll booms and the populace
finds themselves sacrificed for the sake of the elite, the cry for
revolution rings out amidst the sirens. Maine's savage portrayal of
society on the brink of ruin is a cruel forerunner of a more
pessimistic science fiction of the 1960s. This subversive novel
shows that even the heroes may succumb to brutality as the world
descends into a desperate scramble for the last shred of what it
means to be human: survival.
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