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After Tomorrow: Financial crash leads to nightmare vision of Britain

Issue No. 2405

This dystopian novel won this year’s Little Rebels Award this month. The book, aimed at readers over 12, describes how a financial crash in Britain leads to a nightmare.

After social collapse it is people from Britain who are forced by economic circumstances to flee to other countries. 

Matt, who narrates the story, is seeking refuge in France.

He and his family face a series of tough moral dilemmas in their struggle to survive.

After Tomorrow by Gillian Cross, OUP


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Tue 27 May 2014, 17:42 BST
Issue No. 2405
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