Thrilling futuristic science fiction with an environmental slant. It's 2067 and the world has become virtually uninhabitable with all the pollution and toxins created by mankind. Ruling classes live holed up in the cities and workers live in Stations, safe from the outside world. But one day Station 27 is taken over by rebels. Nero, from the ruling classes, and Sacks, a worker, find themselves thrown together as they're captured by the rebels, their common enemy. As they begin to discover the terrifying truth about their world, the two children get separated and find themselves in great danger. Will they find each other before it is too late?; The first fiction novel from the acclaimed Nicola Davies, author of "Poo".; A powerfully exciting tale with a serious environmental message.
Nicola Davies is an author and zoologist. She graduated from Cambridge with a degree in zoology before going on to work on television programmes such as "The Really Wild Show". Nicola is the author of "Big Blue Whale", "One Tiny Turtle" and "Poo".