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    • Publication date:06 Nov 2014
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Your Servants and Your People

The Walkin' Book 2

By David Towsey

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Not even a remote army outpost is safe for the walkin' - the hunted living dead

In a dystopian future, the dead rise again - they are the Walkin'. Feared by many and hated by more, they are hunted . . .

Seven years after Thomas returned as a Walkin', the McDermott family are looking for a new life. Thomas has set his heart on starting a farm near the remote army outpost of Fort Wilson.

But there are those who would see all Walkin' dead, and they are slowly closing in.

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  • ISBN: 9781782064381
  • Publication date: 06 Nov 2014
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  • Imprint: Jo Fletcher Books
Just as gripping and compelling as Your Brother's Blood . . . very much worth your time — A Fantastical Librarian
Mr Towsey has created something very wonderful with Your Servants and Your People . . . with a lot of beauty and an insight . . . Towsey has offered up another helping of lovely undead goodness in his second of the Walkin Trilogy — Sleepless Musings
An enigmatic read, economic, beautifully written, and highly engaging . . . This is a world where the unexpected happens and nobody is safe from it — Waistcoats, Gin and Words
Beautiful and haunting, Your Servants and Your People is a sequel that brings back everything that was great about Your Brother's Blood — Bibliosanctum
DT really does know how to set fire to a plot and keep it burning! — Book Geek
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