Toxxic

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Book 2 of Moths
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Pub Date 12 Mar 2024 | Archive Date 24 Mar 2024

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This is the sequel to Moths by Jane Hennigan

Forty years ago, the world changed. Men became crazed killers and threatened all humanity. Now the world might be about to change again, but will it be for the better?

Forty-four years ago, as any schoolgirl can tell you, the moth’s eggs hatched and an army of caterpillars spread their tiny toxic threads on every breath of wind.  Since then, men have been cloistered, protected from birth against the deadly poison.

But now there’s a vaccine - a way that men can leave the facility without dying or suffering from psychosis.  Emerging, into their new world, eyes wide with wonder at every new experience, the truth soon becomes clear.

This world was not made for men.  And they are not safe.

File Under: Science Fiction [ Threads of Chaos | Long Road Ahead | A Changed Society | What Remains ]

This is the sequel to Moths by Jane Hennigan

Forty years ago, the world changed. Men became crazed killers and threatened all humanity. Now the world might be about to change again, but will it be for...


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ISBN 9781915202710
PRICE $18.99 (USD)
PAGES 400

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