Sequel to Tipping Point, Project Renova Book 1
Six months after the viral outbreak, civilised society in the UK has broken down. Vicky and her group travel to the Northumbrian island of Lindisfarne, where they are welcomed by an existing community.
New relationships are formed, old ones renewed. The lucky survivors adapt, finding strength they didn’t know they possessed, but the honeymoon period does not last long. Some cannot accept that the rules have changed, and, for just a few, the opportunity to seize power is too great to pass up. Egos clash, and the islanders soon discover that there are greater dangers than not having enough to eat.
Meanwhile, in the south, Brian Doyle discovers that rebuilding is taking place in the middle of the devastated countryside. He comes face to face with Alex Verlander from Renova Workforce Liaison, who makes him an offer he can’t refuse. But is UK 2.0 a world in which he will want to live?
Lindisfarne is Book 2 in the Project Renova series.
A book of related short stories, entitled Patient Zero, features back and side-stories from minor characters, and should be available in November, 2017. Book 3 is due in mid 2018.
Lindisfarne is the second book of the fascinating post-apocalyptic Project Renova series by Terry Tyler. Lindisfarne picks up where Tipping Point left off with a mystery virus wreaking havoc across the UK and the rest of the world. Vicky and her group travel to a small remote island to start a new life where they meet up with a various of groups of with the same idea in mind. But forming a new society from the dregs of the old one isn’t easy for Vicky and the new occupants of Lindisfarne, and the same old power and ego struggles of the past rear their head and create problems. We also find out some more about Project Renova and how the virus was originally developed and spread through Brian Doyle’s experiences in the south.
I absolutely loved this book! Terry Tyler’s decision to write this series from multiple point of views really gives you a comprehensive insight into the perspective of all of the characters and the characters are mostly everyday kind of people. This series really makes you wonder what would I do in a post-apocalyptic world?
Find out more about the author and the Project Renova series at Terry Tyler’s website