Autumn: The Human Condition

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460
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About this ebook

David Moody presents the final book in the acclaimed AUTUMN series. 

The human race is finished. Mankind is all but dead and only a handful of frightened individuals remain. These people have survived through chance, not skill, and they are a desperate bunch: cheating lovers, workshy civil servants, permanently drunk publicans, teenage rebels, obsessive accountants, failed husbands, first-time cross-dressers, disrobed priests and more... Experience the end of the world as seen from almost fifty different perspectives. 
3.7
3 reviews
Third-party review
I loved all the previous books in this series by David Moody. I actually ordered this last book, and couldn't put it down. I think what I liked was the individual stories about where people were when ...
Third-party review
There's no real reason to read The Human Condition. It's a disparate collection of short stories which seem to be chapters from the previous three books, modified somewhat, but rehashed none-the-less ...
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Autumn - David Moody ***** Although I have never really been a huge fan of the zombie/b movie type of book, I do like to dip into one now and again. The last I read was ‘Night of the Living Dead’ and ...

About the author

From the UK, DAVID MOODY first self-published Hater on the internet in 2006, and without an agent, succeeded in selling the film rights for the novel to Mark Johnson (producer, The Chronicles of Narnia film series) and Guillermo Del Toro (director, Hellboy, Pan's Labyrinth). With the publication of a new series of Hater stories, Moody is poised to further his reputation as a writer of suspense-laced SF/horror, and "farther out" genre books of all description.

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