Tomorrow is Gone

Tomorrow is Gone This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B TJ DUIQFollow Lancel a young child in a desolate world of horrors as he is removed from the safety of the tower and thrown out into the wasteland to fig

  • Title: Tomorrow is Gone
  • Author: Huw Millward
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B00TJ5DUIQFollow Lancel, a young child in a desolate world of horrors as he is removed from the safety of the tower and thrown out into the wasteland to fight in a brutal war for the mysterious master.

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      Published :2018-07-06T11:04:10+00:00

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    1. Let me start off by saying I cant do better. I always feel horrible when I write a bad review. However I hope that it might help in the future.The start of the book was decent even if I found myself a bit lost at the main characters name and what was going on at first in their home, however as he left his home and the exploring of the tower and the unveiling of the Guardians happened things became better.However, I found myself wanting to know more about every character in the book. As things we [...]

    2. Bleak, Dismal, heartbreaking. That's how I would describe Lancel's world. from start to finish I immersed in a place and time that was so cruel and dark for a young boy and yet he kept finding these little sparks of light and hope that he clung too. It was beautiful. Lancel was such a strong character even after facing so many insurmountable odds, losing countless allies and friends for no other reason that the Master was heartless and power hungry.Huw Millard's Tommorow is Gone is a fantastic, [...]

    3. Much praise must be given to Huw Millward for bringing this vivid dystopian world to life. The story is very well told and the brutality of Lancel's existence is never far away from the surface. The spectre of the Master looms throughout and the Guardians and their 'dusting' are truly harrowing. If you enjoy dystopian fiction then this will be right up your street.

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