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The Change: Orbital

3.13  ·  Rating Details ·  8 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Not a war, but an instant occupation. The Change - as those that survived would later refer to it - took only four minutes to sink its ravenous teeth into our world.

But nothing would ever be the same again.

Reality has taken a battering. Everything imaginable - dream or nightmare - can now be found on the streets of our towns and cities. Nothing is impossible and nowhere is
Kindle Edition, 94 pages
Published August 2nd 212 by Endeavour Press Ltd.
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Selina Lock
Oct 08, 2012 Selina Lock rated it really liked it
Howard wakes up on the M25 surrounded by rusting cars and rotting corpses. It soon becomes obvious that something is very wrong but Howard can't remember what or how he got to where he is. Innocent pieces of nature turn out to be dangerous and the human race is struggling to survive, as is Howard until he meets another teenage boy called Hubcap and a gang of bikers.

This is probably the darkest of Guy's writing I've read, with it's grim setting and inventive violence. However, his humour can stil
Sep 05, 2012 Soo rated it really liked it
I downloaded this book purely because it mentioned the M25, which we British affectionately refer to as; "The largest car park in Europe."
What a pleasant surprise it turned out to be. The writing style was very easy for me to follow, which may have something to do with my being fairly local to the scene of the story.
I relish any story that deals with disease, disaster and apocalyptic events. For some reason it adds to a life that has become boring and predictable. This story was just enough out
Oct 02, 2013 Kathryn rated it liked it
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Very quick read, liked Howard and hubcap. Enjoyed reading a new perspective on much maligned British icons like pigeons and the M25, certainly I'll think differently about it next time I'm enjoying a traffic jam!
Jan 23, 2014 Neil rated it it was ok
A quick read. Formatting was awful on the kindle book, lots of random characters for punctuation. story was so so.
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