The second novel in one of the MOST TALKED-ABOUT post-apocalyptic series launches, standing head and shoulders above the competition.
The second novel in one of the **MOST TALKED-ABOUT** post-apocalyptic series.
'Thrilling . . . Todd skilfully captures hope and humanity in the lives of characters whom the reader comes to care about: Hunted, like Defender, is an impressive achievement' Guardian
The girl has no one to defend her now . . .
The hunt for the girl, Lacey, is on.
One man is tormented by an inner voice that isn't his. It eats away at his sanity and, with cruel precision, orders the lawless to follow him. Their mission is to find the girl, steal what she knows ... and kill.
In an Inn by the sea, Albus gathers a family of warriors and waits to be called upon. He doesn't know yet why Lacey is important, but he trusts his sister. And Ruby says he must find the girl - before it's too late.
A great power lives in Lacey and she has a destiny to fulfil. Whether for good or ill remains to be seen ...
Hunted is the second book in the must-read Voices series, where a voice in your head might be all that stands between survival and death.
'Compelling, suspenseful and altogether extraordinary' Lee Child
'Of a piece with Stephen King's The Stand' Independent
'Hunted is a smart, fast-paced, brave and classy thriller' Gillian McAllister
What readers are saying about Defender and Hunted:
'A genius debut that grips you from start to finish'
'Takes the story to a whole other level. Can't wait to see what happens next!'
'Amazing, thrilling, emotional'
'Defender is a modern classic and Hunted is too'
'It's now 5:36am and I have given up on sleep!'
'I need to talk to you about a really great book'
Compelling, suspenseful and altogether extraordinary
A smart, fast-paced, brave and classy thriller
Masterfully written, gripping read . . . A beautifully dark, twisted world that is rich in character and authenticity
An end-of-the-world story that's as complex as it is gripping - SciFiNow
G X Todd lives and works in the West Midlands. After completing a history degree at the University of Birmingham, she worked for public libraries for fifteen years, where she drove a 35-foot-long library van around the Black Country. She now spends her days living the dream: writing books while in her PJs.