The world has been ravaged by a deadly plague. After years in the special forces, John Hunter remains haunted by violent memories from his past. When his sister is murdered by an infamous drug lord, John takes the law into his own hands.
On the run for his life and craving sanctuary, John makes his way north and finds refuge in a place called Haven… and in Lakota Grae.
Drawn into a fight with a group of fanatics bent on implementing their twisted ideas for the new World Order, John realizes he has one war left to fight — and one last chance for redemption.
I was born and raised in Singapore but moved to Australia in my teens. I’ve spent some years in country Australia and then moved to the big city, being Sydney, for work. In recent years, I’ve decided that the city is too much for me and have moved to a coastal town called Woy Woy (yes, that really its name – it means big water) and have been there since.
Why do I love to write?
In Stephen King’s IT, Bill Denbrough asks ‘Why can’t a story be just as story?’
I think I became a fan of Stephen King just because of that, because that one simple question is how I look at all my stories. I rarely think about the thematic aspects of a story, only that when I have an idea, it just sits in my head until its demand to be heard are met.
My favourite King quote?
“Go then, there are other worlds than these.”