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by Christopher, John

Condition: Very Good/Very Good

Dutton 4th Printing. Very Good/Very Good. 1978. Hardcover. Very Good in Very Good dj, ex-library .

Empty World is a novel written by Samuel Youd (under the pen name “John Christopher”), published in 1977. Young Neil Miller is orphaned following a car accident and goes to live with his grandparents in Winchelsea, England. Shortly afterwards, they hear radio reports of a new plague that started in Calcutta, India, which is killing off everyone in its path except for a small percentage of children. Those who are infected appear to age quickly, dying after a few days.


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