Perrin Briar


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in Huntingdon, UK., The United Kingdom
May 12, 1985

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Perrin Briar is an English author best-known for his Blood Memory series, black comedy Keeping Mum, and revenge tale Square. He was born in Huntingdon, grew up in Norfolk, graduated from Bournemouth, worked in London, and then chucked it all in to live in South Korea.

He has written for BBC radio, and worked in the production and development departments of the BBC, ITV and Channel 4.

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End of Pandemics?

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Post-apocalyptic stories have long preyed on the concept of a pandemic sweeping the world’s population. But with new developments and scientific research into the field of genetics, we might soon see an end to pandemics.


Of course, the farther into the future we try to predict the worse our predictions are, but there are things being developed right now that we know with near-certainty will b...

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Z-Minus I

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Sink: Old Man's Tale

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Blood Memory: Season One, E...

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Hunger

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Square: Welcome Home

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Sink: The Lost World

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Keeping Mum: Long Weekend

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“Dr Victoria Kahn, Chief Medical Officer, Saint Bartholomew’s Hospital, from her article The Virus: Humanity’s Natural Archenemy The most successful virus in the world will be one that keeps its host alive while simultaneously shutting down the body’s self-defences. It won’t be long before we have such a specimen on our hands.”
Perrin Briar, Z-Minus I

“The floorboards behind Chris creaked. Something leapt from the kettle’s steam like a wraith from hell, and grabbed Chris from behind. A low moan escaped the lips of his assailant. Chris turned, but couldn’t get a good view of him. He could tell by the weight of the body that he was not strong. Chris ran forward into the living room, and then abruptly stopped and changed direction, breaking his assailant’s grip. “Why did you murder my wife and daughter?” Chris said, whirling on the man. The assailant turned, and Chris’s breath caught in his throat. “Emily?” he said. “Emily, what are you doing?” Emily opened her mouth wide and hissed at him. Chris backed away, startled, and tripped over the sofa. Emily darted forward. Chris threw his legs up, performing a backward roll. Emily bit the sofa where his legs had been. “Listen, Emily,” Chris said. “If this is about increasing your allowance, this isn’t the right way to go about it.”
Perrin Briar, Z-Minus I

“Why is it that whenever men do something idiotic they say it was in the name of honour? Is that how men convince themselves of their own honour these days? Making sure not to do what a woman says?”
Perrin Briar, Skip

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