A fortress city. A terrifying prison. A survivor determined to beat the odds ...
Joe Parsons is playing with fire and he knows it.
He has no idea what deadly secrets he and his friends will uncover when they finally hack into The City's sinister Fortrillium network.
Justice is in short supply in the harsh, decaying world in which he's been raised but Joe is desperate to uncover the truth behind his father's sudden disappearance seven years previously.
On the brink of a breakthrough, he is captured red-handed and sent directly to The Grid, a deadly, gamified colosseum from which only one person has ever escaped alive.
Hunted by his enemies and in constant danger, Joe must find a way to survive.
What he discovers along the way will change his life forever … if he can manage to escape.
Fall of Justice is a gripping work of dystopian sci-fi, set in a post-plague world hundreds of years in the future.
If you like tension-filled suspense, fascinating apocalyptic futures and high-speed sci-fi thrillers, then you'll love the first book in Paul Teague's The Grid Trilogy.
Buy Fall of Justice to fight your way through The Grid today!
What readers are saying about The Grid Trilogy
This book was simply amazing! I was immediately pulled into the story. The conflicts for each of the characters and how everything tied together was riveting! I reached the end of the book and was surprised- I hadn't realized that I had been close to the end. Paul Teague is just that good!
Excellent story. Looking forward to reading more.
This kept me hooked with the vivid imagery of the ruined city, and the oppression of the climbs. Can't wait to read the rest!
I really enjoyed this book, it had everything I look for in a book, had me hooked on page 1. I just found this author and am so glad I did, I can't wait to read more from him
Hooked from the get go.
Imaginative and believable. Characters feel like your best friends. At least the good guys do!
[Note: This book has a cliffhanger ending and is written in UK English]
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The book title is not very unique
While it started slow, things picked up and the intrigue grew…but at the end..that was it
It left you wanting to read more; however it didn’t come to a conclusion itself, but it was a quit entertain read