City of Dust

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Aug 14, 2017 - 500 pages
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A truly gripping post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventure.

Cyrus's world was turned upside down when his mother and sister went missing without a trace. The city he calls home has been ravaged by a long and unforgiving war, and he and his friends are forced to fight for survival every day against the terrifying robotic mechs that roam its streets.

Clinging onto the hope that his family are still alive, Cyrus must brave the mechs, bandits, dust storms and other dangers of the outside world if he ever hopes to find them again. When he hears whispers of a slaver casting a cruel shadow over the city, Cyrus wonders if there is more to the mysterious disappearance of his family than meets the eye.

He is ready for adventure, but is Cyrus ready to uncover the deep dark secrets of the city he thought he knew so well...

City of Dust is the debut dystopian science fiction novel by Joe Topliffe.

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About the author (2017)

Joe Topliffe published his first book, City of Dust, in August 2017. He graduated from the University of York in 2012 and now lives in Hertfordshire, UK with his wife and their cat. Working full time as a digital marketing manager in London, Joe tries to make time on the weekends for planning and writing. He is a big fan of sci-fi and adventure novels and spends his commute to and from the city engrossed in a book. He is currently working on his second novel. His main influences sit across a range of genres, and include authors such as Clive Cussler, Matthew Reilly, Michael Crichton, Nathan Van Coops, Nick Jones, Lexi Revellian, Marcus Sakey, Becky Chambers and Wilbur Smith.

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