<p><h2>Can humanity survive on a new world? </h2></p><p>The last survivors of the human race escaped a ruined Earth. Their new homeworld – Eos – seemed perfect at first. Warm. Hospitable. Safe from the grid. But everything isn't as it seems. </p><p>The first colony of settlers have disappeared. Their settlement is still there, but everyone is gone. As Dr James Sinclair digs into the mystery of the lost colony, he discovers a series of spheres, buried on Eos. Are they the key to finding the lost colonists? Or are they responsible for their deaths? </p><p>Just as James is unraveling the secrets of the spheres, a storm hits Jericho City. Emma, recently elected mayor, struggles to lead her people to safety while James tries to make his way home. In the middle of the chaos, a new danger emerges – a threat no one saw coming. </p><p>With time running out to save the colonists, James and Emma will face their hardest choice yet in the final pulse-pounding instalment in the Long Winter trilogy. </p>
<p>Against impossible odds, the last survivors of the human race have created a new home on a planet far from Earth. But everything is not as it seems – and they will end up facing their greatest challenge yet. The conclusion to the Long Winter trilogy. </p>
<b>PRAISE FOR A.G. RIDDLE</b>: <br>
'This is apocalyptic sci-fi at its best. Plot and character are masterfully woven together and the action – which is anything but frozen – sling-shots from stage to stage like an intergalactic spaceship' <i>Daily Mail</i>. <br>
'A complex, multi-stranded narrative spanning 700 pages that reads like a superior collaboration between Dan Brown and Michael Crichton' <i>Guardian</i>, on <i>Pandemic</i>. <br>
'Well-constructed and tightly wound as a fine Swiss watch – <i>Departure</i> non-stop action, an engaging plot and, of course, wheels within wheels' Diana Gabaldon, bestselling author of <i>Outlander</i>. <br>
'If you're after a fun apocalyptic science fiction thriller to take your mind off some of the reality of life on Earth then you're in the right place with <i>Winter World</i>' For Winter Nights.
WINTER WORLD is longlisted for the Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize.
High concept thriller blending SF, history and real-life science from bestselling independent author with over 3 million copies sold.
Michael Crichton meets Dan Brown.
MARKET: Hugh Howey; Clive Cussler; Michael Crichton.