'Citizen Survivors: The Red Book'
Updated: Mar 5
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The War is over, Britain has fallen.
It wasn't necessarily that Britain had lost the Second World War. In fact, the Citizen Survivors would disagree whether they had simply bowed out, if it was still raging on somewhere else, or whether the whole thing was simply an unfortunate misunderstanding that they were better off having no part of.
Citizen Survivors: The Red Book is a nightmarish black comedy, retelling history's most famous 'what if?’ - Not only what if Britain lost World War Two, but what would that mean for those who survived?
The Red Book is a dystopian anthology containing eleven short stories written by ten authors. Often tragic, often spooky, often funny, but always weird.
Mirroring and inspired by many historical realities and possibilities, join the Citizen Survivors as they try to piece together what has happened to their world and how they confront their new reality.
The Inmate by Maryanne Coleman
The Reverend by M. J. Trow
The Policeman by Kyt Wright
The Agent by Maryanne Coleman
The Widow by Julia Cowan
The Busker by Taliesin Trow
The Arbitrator by Faye Irwin
The Soldier by Richard Denham
The Entrepreneur by Justin Alcala
The Housewife by Samantha Evergreen
The Partisan by Bethan White
Praise for Citizen Survivors: The Red Book:
‘Psychological horror may have just found its newest champion.’ – Gillian Philip
‘It’s said that good fiction's job is to comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable, this book delivers that challenge in spades.’ – Georgia Hill
‘A genre-defying triumph. Franz Kafka, David Lynch and Philip K. Dick would be proud of this off-kilter anthology.’ – Russell Brown
‘Either a work of genius, a work of insanity or both! You’ll start as lost as the characters as you piece together the world of the Citizen Survivors in this unsettling and addictive read.’ – Nikki Turner
‘This book is like a good puzzle that teasingly never quite comes together, leaving you in anticipation for more clues about this nightmarish world.’ – Sarah Anne Carter