Seoul Survivors
Naomi Foyle

A meteor known as Lucifer’s Hammer is about to wreak destruction on the earth, and with the end of the world imminent, there is only one safe place to be.

In the mountains above Seoul, American-Korean bio-engineer Dr Kim Da Mi thinks she has found the perfect solution to save the human race. But her methods are strange and her business partner, Johnny Sandman, is not exactly the type of person anyone would want to mix with.

Drawn in by their smiles and pretty promises, Sydney – a Canadian model trying to escape an unhappy past – is an integral part of their scheme, until she realises that the quest for perfection comes at an impossible price.

Seoul Survivors book cover

This is a vivid, sexually-charged stinger of a novel. Korea was new to me, but the atmosphere is electrifying, the powerful characters engaging and the totality of the work is quite majestic and very boldly written.

Everyone has a bit of an agenda, and it’s quite a thing to see the powerful characters using everyone else so ruthlessly. The penultimate chapter was a hitter, and there’s plenty of material to make it worthy of a reread, too. I’d like to see the fallout of this one explored in future books for sure.

Published by Sean Randall

I am an avid reader, technologist and disability advocate living in the middle of England with my wife, daughter and pets.

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