When London journalist Philip Wade learns that his article on
nuclear weapons testing has been censored by the British
government, he is prompted to investigate the truth that lies
behind it. Philip's search leads to a mysterious job offer in a
newly-formed government department, and he soon realises the
lasting damage that the nuclear tests have caused. The country is
rife with uncertainty and distrust - then the water levels start to
drop. This gripping apocalyptic novel, originally published in
1958, asks pertinent questions about censorship and the potential
for violence in the face of disappearing resources. The Tide Went
Out outlines the horrors that arise when we are forced to ask the
question: `what happens when the water runs out?'
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