THE HIT BOOK THAT INSPIRED THE NEW FILM ‘After the world died we all sort of drifted back to school. After all, where else was there to go?’ Lee Keegan’s fifteen. If most of the population of the world hadn’t just died choking on their own blood, he might be worrying about acne, body odour and girls. As it is, he and the young Matron of his boarding school, Jane Crowther, have to try and protect their charges from cannibalistic gangs, religious fanatics, a bullying prefect experimenting with crucifixion, and even the might of the US Army. Welcome to St. Mark’s School for Boys and Girls... School’s Out Forever collects School’s Out, Operation Motherland and Children’s Crusade, with the short story The Man Who Would Not Be King, an introduction by the editor, interviews, and new, previously unpublished material.
Pretty good read
I've enjoyed the book, I wish Andrews had spent a little time developing the characters instead of jumping from action scene to action scene. It's hard to connect if you don't know the characters in their quiet moments.