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What started with The Declaration and continued with The Resistance is brilliantly brought to conclusion in The Legacy. A thrilling finale in which Anna and Peter and their friends risk all to expose the truth behind the quest for Longevity. The plot is pitch perfect, no loose ends are left and the characters continue to be brilliantly portrayed. Thought-provoking on every page but also utterly compelling this trilogy should be on everyone’s reading list.
When a Pincent Pharma lorry is ambushed by the Underground, its contents come as a huge surprise - not drugs, but corpses in a horrible state. It appears Longevity isn't working and the drugs promising eternal youth are failing to live up to their promises. A virus is sweeping the country, killing in its wake, and Longevity is powerless to fight it. When Richard Pincent of Pincent Pharma suggest that the Underground has released the virus, something has to be done to put the story straight and once and for all alert everyone to the truth.
Praise for the trilogy:
'A well-imagined and endlessly thought-provoking story’ - The Sunday Times
‘Has you clinging on for dear life around every twist and turn’ - The Sunday Express
‘A thrilling read . . . The story is tightly planned with strong characterisation
and a great sensitivity to the dynamics of dialogue’ - Inis magazine
And for the stand-alone novel The Returners:
‘A challenging, compelling and flawless stand-alone novel from an emerging
talent . . . Metaphysical teenage fiction at its best’ - Bookseller
|Publication date:||6th September 2010|
|Publisher:||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 13+ readers|
Gemma Malley studied Philosophy at Reading University before working as a journalist. She edited several business magazines and contributed regularly to publications including Company Magazine and The Sunday Telegraph before moving to the civil service, where she held a senior position within Ofsted, the education and care watchdog. She is married to Mark, the headmaster of a preparatory school in North West London. Click here to download a document where Gemma talks about the inspiration behind the Declaration series.Q & AWhat are your favourite children's books and why?It's difficult to come up with favourites because different books were ...More About Gemma Malley
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