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      Terry Nation

Survivors

The gripping, bestselling novel of life after a global pandemic

«Nation's novel is based on his original cult series...and is all the better for it, being far, far more gritty and realistic»

SUNDAY SUN
Survivors of a global plague battle for life on an empty planet. A terrifying vision of a post-apocalyptic world... Les mer
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Survivors of a global plague battle for life on an empty planet. A terrifying vision of a post-apocalyptic world...
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Forlag: Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 256
ISBN: 9781409102649
Format: 20 x 13 cm
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«Nation's novel is based on his original cult series...and is all the better for it, being far, far more gritty and realistic»

SUNDAY SUN

«A highly readable adventure story and an equally interesting glimpse back to the Seventies»

EVENING STANDARD

«This is radically different to the much-loved original television program, and it is also a fine piece of British post-apocalyptic fiction»

DEATHRAY

«A highly readable adventure story and an equally interesting glimpse back to the Seventies - before computers, mobiles and the least tinge of multiculturalism»

, EVENING STANDARD

«Nation's novel is based on his original cult series...and is all the better for it, being far, far more gritty and realistic»

SUNDAY SUN

«a fine piece of British post-apocalyptic fiction»

DEATHRAY
Terry Nation was born in 1930 in Wales. After briefly joining his father's furniture-making business and attempting stand-up comedy, Nation turned his hand to writing and worked on radio scripts for The Goon Show and a range of TV dramas such as The Saint, The Avengers, Z Cars, The Baron, The Champions, Department S and The Persuaders. He also went on to write about 100 episodes of Doctor Who and worked on popular American TV series. He died in Los Angeles in 1997.