When Elena Hayes’ daughter starts to draw disturbing images plucked from her dreams, it’s dismissed as a child’s reaction to the traumatic death of a friend. But soon those drawings become terrifying realities, and Elena must face up to the chilling truth that her child can see the future.
A future filled with violent and cataclysmic horrors, if her child’s most recent drawings are to be believed. A future that will see London devastated. A future that ends with the most terrifying event imaginable: nuclear annihilation.
Now, Elena must flee the city if she has any chance to save her daughter. But can disaster be outrun? Can she protect her child from a reality that shouldn't be? Can the future be changed?
138pages | 36,000 words