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TODAY
He catches a glimpse of his father’s killer.

TOMORROW
He is drawn into the web of a vast international conspiracy.

THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW
He confronts a terrifying future which threatens us all …

Reviews

The kind of book that hooks you ... Has bestseller written all over it
HOUSTON POST
Full of startling shifts and sudden death ... Fast moving, intensely suspenseful
BOSTON GLOBE
A thriller that doesn't quit
COSMOPOLITAN
Action-crammed ... a compellingly intricate tale
USA TODAY
An incredibly good read with unflagging tension until it reaches its mind-boggling end
DAILY MAIL
Hugely entertaining ... I started The Day After Tomorrow at 2 in the afternoon, and finished reading it, my eyes bleeding, at 3 a.m. ... I defy you to put it down
LA TIMES BOOK REVIEW
A big juicy debut that delivers a long of bang for the buck
CHICAGO TRIBUNE
A compulsive thriller which grabs from the first paragraph
YORKSHIRE POST
It is a brilliant, multi-layered story that encompasses a tale of ingenious detection, revenge bizarre death, love, passion - and one of the most fiendish modern-day plots ever conceived
DAILY EXPRESS
Taut, shocking and, importantly, credible ... one of those rare novels which once picked up is genuinely impossible to put down
BOOKCASE
Will keep readers up late into the night turning pages
HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Deftly weaves a destructive international conspiracy of breath-taking proportions ... outstanding
TIME OUT
Big, bold and imaginative ... the pace never flags
IRISH TIMES
Delivers in full - and then some
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
From LA, a first novel as powerful as any quake. This is a one-sitting book
PUBLISHING NEWS
In a single-bound, Allan Folsom has launched himself right into the front rank of modern thriller writers with what could be the most gripping page-turner of this or any other year
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST
Begins at a cracking pace and then maintains it for another 500 pages ... A gazeteer of good backgrounds, a soupcon of sex and a twist of high technology, all laced together with a global conspiracy of apocalyptic dimensions ... This is a rip-roaring read
THE TIMES
A big, satisfying story ... sweeps along at a terrific pace
IRISH SUNDAY PRESS