Red Fever


Here are some of my favourite reviews;-

“An atmospheric beginning to this story hooks the reader into a tale of survival against all odds for Toby and his family in this end of world thriller…….This is an excellent read with incisive narrative and sharp dialogue.” –Just Imagine.

“This blood pumping story gives you a rush of adrenaline and the only medicine is to read it right to the last page.” –Owen Roberts, Carousel, Summer 2011

“This gripping story of a post-epidemic world will keep readers spellbound. Mum’s dead, and Dad and Toby are sailing secretly, avoiding pirates whilst they try to find medicine for ailing little sister Sylvie. The red fever has changed everything. On land, dogs now rule under Cerberus’s command. The rescue of a boy and his Pyrenean Mountain dog is risky; but may prove an advantage. The dramatic tale makes fine reading; the North Sea setting with Scots characters and dialect add interest.” –The Yellow Brick Road

“I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I love how the author has made lots of problems for the characters to solve, instead of just one. This book is great for children from 9+ who love adventure stories. I definitely think Caroline Clough should write more children’s books, maybe even some more about Toby.” –Harriet Johnson-Gibbs, aged 10

“….is a great book and I really enjoyed it. ……Not only was the setting a great aspect of the novel but the storyline was gripping. There was so much happening that I just wanted to reading on to find out what was going to happen next; it was a book I just couldn’t put down. Also I felt like I personally knew the characters, as I slowly grew attached to them, and that made the story even more interesting as I couldn’t stop reading because I wanted to find out what happened to the characters.” –Greg Torpey Aged 15.

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