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Fall of the Cities: Planting the Orchard
by Vance Huxley
Genre: YA Fantasy, Apocalyptic
The world is falling apart. Terrorists spark a worldwide oil and gas
crisis while imports grind to a halt. Europe and Britain are erupting
into chaos as food runs out and desperate people take matters into
their own hands.

As the government begins to seal off rioting parts of the city, Corporal
Harry Miller takes an offered discharge to get his sister and her
kids to safety. But he’s not fast enough. Trapped in the city with
a rag-tag collection of ordinary citizens, Harry struggles to create
a small pocket of stability – a place to ride out the coming
confrontation between rioters and the Army, and save themselves from
complete annihilation.
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Vance Huxley lives out in the countryside in Lincolnshire, England. He has
spent a busy life
working in many different fields – including the building and rail
industries, as a workshop
manager, trouble‐shooter for an engineering firm,
accountancy, cafe proprietor, and graphic artist.
He also spent time in other jobs, and is proud of never being
dismissed, and only
once made redundant.
Eventually he found his Noeline, but unfortunately she died much too young. To
help with the
aftermath, Vance tried writing though without any real structure.
As an editor and beta readers explained the difference between words and books,
he tried again.
Now he tries to type as often as possible in spite of the assistance of
his cats, since his legs no
longer work well enough to allow anything more strenuous.
An avid reader of sci‐fi, fantasy and adventure
novels, his writing tends towards those genres.
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