Straight to Youby David Moody
Steven Johnson's wife is hundreds of miles
The sun is dying. The temperature around the world is rising by the hour with no sign of any respite. At this rate the planet will soon become uninhabitable; all life extinguished. It might be weeks away, it might be days... we may only have hours remaining. Society is crumbling. The burning world is descending into chaos.
Steven Johnson's wife is hundreds of miles away and all that matters is reaching her before the end. He has to act now, no time to stop and think. Every second is precious. Tomorrow is too late.
"An engaging and heart-breaking read - Moody is the go-to-guy for extraordinary stories starring ordinary people" -Wayne Simmons, author of Plastic Jesus and Flu
"He brings to mind old Brit horror writer James Herbert. And that is some recommendation" -London Lite
"David Moody spins paranoia into a deliciously dark new direction" -Jonathan Maberry, author of Patient Zero and Rot and Ruin
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As far as End of the World books go, this is my favorite. It follows a man who must decided how, as the world is ending, being burned out by a dying sun, he can travel to be with the girl of his dreams in their last days on Earth. A beautiful love story hidden in an apocalytic nightmare, this book just may bring a tear to your eye. Very well written, its a shame it is out of print.
So I liked this book but it wasn't something I couldn't put down... the story was interesting but the main character was annoying to me.. I liked the idea of what was happening in the story more then I liked the story itself. I could not make myself feel bad for the main character and even in the end I never really rooted for him. Honestly I wanted to slap him and shake him around. The only other character I hated more was his father in law... what a bastard that guy was. The idea behind the story was interesting though.