From USA Today Bestselling Author comes
KYMIERA – A TV MINI-SERIES IN BOOK FORM
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AVAILABLE NOV 7
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They stopped the monsters. But who’s going to stop them?
Manchester, 2046. Chloe Dark lives in a world decimated by a pandemic. Infections of S.I.D. turned humans into monsters, and Chloe lives in fear that one day it will happen to her too. When her best friend goes missing, Britain’s tyrannical ruling class known as the Purity keeps Chloe from discovering the truth. To find her friend, she has no choice but to travel deep within the seedy monster underground…
As Chloe begins to realize she has more in common with the freaks than she’d care to admit, the search to save her friend transforms into a fight for her life. When a new horror threatens Chloe’s quest, she must risk everything to determine if the real monster… is the one within.
Kymiera is an action-packed dystopian biopunk page-turner. If you like gritty sci-fi settings, strong-willed heroines, and coming-of-age tales, then you’ll love Steve Turnbull’s binge-worthy thrill-ride.
Buy Kymeria today to see who the real monsters are…
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING:
“A gripping dystopian future world.”
“It has that feeling of binge watching a show over a weekend.”
“A real page turner. Very well written, a thought-provoking suspenseful thriller…I can’t wait for more.”
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About the Author
When he’s not sitting at his computer building websites for national institutions and international companies, Steve Turnbull can be found sitting at his computer building new worlds of steampunk, science fiction and fantasy.
Technically Steve was born a cockney but after five years he was moved out from London to the suburbs where he grew up and he talks posh now. He’s been a voracious reader of science fiction and fantasy since his early years, but it was poet Laurie Lee’s autobiography “Cider with Rosie” (picked up because he was bored in Maths) that taught him the beauty of language and spurred him into becoming a writer, aged 15. He spent twenty years editing and writing for computer magazines while writing poetry on the side.
Nowadays he writes screenplays (TV and features), prose and computer programs.