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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, the Covid-19 pandemic is presented in an alternative and truly dystopian light in Stuart Harvey’s new YA novel, Survivor.


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Survivor is set in United Kingdom in the year 2020, in a dystopian alternate reality in which the human race never defeats Covid-19.

The Covid-19 pandemic will have killed 98% of the world’s people by April 2020, leaving those who are left with the extremely difficult decision of either creating a new world or following a dark path to destruction. Samantha Bonham is at the center of this. She is forced, like so many others, to try to survive in this new world when Covid-19 strikes. Will she then swim or sink? Will she emerge as a survivor?

This dystopian thriller, which was written specifically for young adults (preferably those over 15 years old), is filled with dark and dramatic tension, made even more palpable because the readers, having experienced the pandemic, understand that such catastrophic events are entirely plausible.

Stuart Harvey on The Table Read Magazine
Stuart Harvey

Stuart Harvey offers a literary revisiting of 2020 in a narrative that finds Covid-19 responsible for bringing life on earth to the brink, with only 2% of the population surviving the outbreak. A fantastic read that will captivate the imaginations of all teenagers seeking a good deal of darkness and girl power in their literature.

Stuart Harvey

Hertfordshire-based Stuart Harvey was diagonosed with Asperger’s Syndromer when he was in primary school. He explained that he has had an enthusiasm for writing since childhood, and has never been hesitant to push boundaries. Despite the fact that he believes his Autism gives him a distinct and unique advantage in the literary world, he never let is define his work.

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Published by PagerTurner Press & Media, Survivor is available in hardcover, paperback, and Kindle format.

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