The Fall of Eden
ISBN 9780425229941 | 320 pages | 03 Nov 2009 | Berkley | 8.26 x 5.23in | 18 - AND UP
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Lord of the Flies comes to Club Med in the yearís most exciting and original thriller.
Charles Spencer is a fifty-five year old college professor, going on vacation with his wife and their two almost-grown children to the sunny Caribbean isle of St. Bartís.
But when they land, Charles and his family find only chaos. Rumors circulate of an attack on the United States. Communications are down. People are panicked beyond comprehension. It is in this madness that Charles uses his intellect and articulate nature to bring the locals and tourists together, and maintain a semblance of order and society in the face of disaster.
But humanity is not as civilized as Charles believes. Distrust, animosity, and prejudice splinter the survivors into factions who battle over supplies, technology, and control. And even as Charles confronts those who would doom them all, a greater threat is on the horizon. A threat that will force them all to fight not only for their livesóbut for the future of their world.
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