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While post-apocalyptic books are a dime a dozen these days, mid-apocalpse books aren't quite so common. Originally published in the UK as The Rain, this book shows just how fast things can go downhill when a disaster strikes the entire planet. A deadly bacteria renders the rain itself deadly and contaminates every open water source. Even a single tiny drop spells an agonizing death. And there is no treatment or cure. Boiling doesn't kill it and neither does chlorine. People panic, traps are set, there are raids on supermarkets and the homes of those who died early. And through it all Ruby manages to survive. Ruby is selfish and spoiled and utterly unprepared for what the future holds, and who of us would be? With almost everyone around her dead and her survival skills nonexistant, Ruby is still determined to get herself to London and find her father. If he's survived, that is. Check Our Catalog

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