Tag: The Plague Times Trilogy #3

Blog Tour: Q&A with Louise Welsh, author of No Dominion

Posted August 4, 2017 by Charlotte in Blog Tour / 0 Comments
Blog Tour: Q&A with Louise Welsh, author of No Dominion

On the blog today I have a Q&A with Louise Welsh, author of No Dominion. I reviewed her book a couple of days ago,The fast paced adventure in the final book of The Plague Times Trilogy was so hard to put down and was written be a brilliant author. Don’t believe me? Check out the answers below! Can you in five words describe your book to those who haven’t read it? Fast, jeopardy, thrill-ride, violent, love Was there anything in this book that took you by surprise? I was surprised how long it took me to write! I was six months late in completing No Dominion. The world around me kept on changing. Like most dystopian fictions this is a book with a strong connection to the time in which it was written, so it had to change too.  Do you have a favourite moment in the book? I enjoyed writing it all, but perhaps the final chapter is my favourite. It was satisfying to tie the trilogy together in the final pages of the last book.  Name the best book you have […]

Review: No Dominion by Louise Welsh

Posted August 2, 2017 by Charlotte in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: No Dominion by Louise Welsh

I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.No Dominion by Louise Welsh Series: Plague Times Trilogy #3 Published by John Murray Press on August 15th 2017 Genres: Dystopia, Fiction Pages: 384 Format: Hardback Source: Publisher Buy on Amazon Goodreads It is seven years after the first outbreak of “the Sweats” destroyed the world, almost overnight. Two refugees from the death and decay of London, Stevie Flint and Magnus McFall, have both washed up on the Orkney Islands. A rural community clinging to survival, the islands are home to a generation of youth who barely remember a time before the pandemic. One of them, Magnus’ foster son, Shuggie, is fourteen years old and angry as hell: he and his young friends blame all adults for the loss of the technological and scientific wonders of the past.When the foster parents of Shug’s girlfriend, Misty, are found murdered and the young couple vanishes without a trace, Magnus fears the worst. Refusing to […]