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Publisher Description

'The windows on all the skyscrapers are smashed...
No power, no lights, no people...
It's a parallel New York of some kind.'

THE COMING END

When Skye Rogers and her twin brother Red move to Manhattan, rumours of a coming global apocalypse are building. But this does not stop the young elite of New York from partying without a care.

CAN YOU KEEP A SECRET?

And then suddenly Skye is invited to join an exclusive gang known as the Secret Runners of New York.
But this is no ordinary clique - they have access to an underground portal that can transport them into the future.

And what Skye discovers in the future is horrifying.

RUN! AS FAST AS YOU CAN!

As society crumbles, Skye and Red race to figure out how to use their knowledge to survive the impending annihilation, they soon discover that the chaotic end of the world is perfect time for revenge...


PRAISE FOR THE SECRET RUNNERS OF NEW YORK

'Addictive...extremely entertaining and a lot of fun to read' CANBERRA TIMES

'Think Mean Girls vs Back to the Future with a little bit of apocalyptic sci-fi thrown in' THE AGE

'A page-turning pleasure' SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

'Thrills and chills aplenty...a hell of a ride' HERALD SUN

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2019
26 March
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
300
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pan Macmillan Australia
SELLER
Macmillan Publishers Australia and Pan Macmillan Australia
SIZE
3.5
MB

Customer Reviews

DirenAlex ,

Never a disappointment with Matthew Reilly

Got lost in this book for 3 wonderful days

JJO2.0 ,

So So good!!

This was such an amazing book with an incredible storyline the only bad thing I have to say about the book is that it’s ends on a cliff hanger with no sequel or epilogue. Aside from the ending I would definitely recommend this book and read a sequel or another perspective on the story xx

WhitefoxOTG12 ,

Never disappoints

I’ve only recently started reading but they are awesome!!! my two favourites are this book and the great zoo of China both awesome. I wish we could get reds perspective of the story or maybe even a second book about the aftermath. The destroyed New York reminds me of Fallout

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