- Available in: Paperback, Kindle.
- Published: December 14, 2014
After narrowly escaping the Shiryaevo Vault, Nathan O’Brien is on the run, adapting to life without Jennifer Logan. In his possession, a powerful mind control device known as the Histeridae and evidence of the Hibernation Program’s true agenda. But how will he convince a world that can no longer listen? Beginning with George Mohanty and his words ‘Death is a relative term’, Nathan must unravel the mystery of the Histeridae.
But he is a man on borrowed time, trapped inside a body that was never supposed to last. Can he bring back the woman he loves and expose the truth before it’s too late, or will the past finally catch up with him? From the mountains of India to the futuristic streets of London and Dubai, The Embers of Hope is the thrilling second instalment in the Hibernation saga.
This and its prequel were two of the best dystopian books I’ve read, and I’ve read a lot of them. Jones beautifully weaves his story together, creating a new type of future which hasn’t been portrayed, at least, that I’ve seen.