After Tomorrow by Gillian Cross

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Cross...is an expert storyteller: her plotting is seamless; her prose is supple and economical; she creates characters you care for, and depicts a world so plausible you can smell it.
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'The raiders headed right for us. There were half a dozen of them. Heavy, tall men with packs on their backs. And guns in their hands.' Money is worthless. Armed robbers roam the streets. No one is safe. Matt and his little brother, Taco, escape through the Channel Tunnel. Their mother said they would be safe on the other side. She was wrong.
 

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Gillian Cross is a popular children's author and recipient of many prestigious awards including the Carnegie Medal and the Whitbread Children's Book of the Year.
 
Published April 4, 2013 by Oxford Childrens. 304 pages
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Reviewed by Linda Buckley-Archer on May 10 2013

Cross...is an expert storyteller: her plotting is seamless; her prose is supple and economical; she creates characters you care for, and depicts a world so plausible you can smell it.

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