Since the financial armageddon, it’s been guns, gold and lots of slaves.
It is 2106. Seventy years have passed since our times collapsed in complete banking disaster. No one cares about over-population, mass extinctions or climate change any longer. The world is a post-apocalyptic paradise—for a few.
One of those ‘few’ is Donald Aldingford, a star barrister in his mid-thirties. Suddenly he is no longer one of the ‘few’ after being shot down and jailed for trespassing into private airspace. While in prison, he picks up disturbing rumours about his younger brother Lawrence, who disappeared without trace ten years earlier aged seventeen.
Donald takes a deeper interest in the world around him. He lifts stones. He peers behind dusty curtains. What he finds is horrifying and repugnant—the dreams of madmen come true. As he closes on the mystery of his disappeared brother, he pierces the last, most dangerous veil of a rotten society.
Sovereigns of the Collapse is a five-part dystopian saga for those curious about the coming dark age. The series contains adult themes and is not recommended for the under-16s.