One sunny spring morning, a small community in New Zealand is suddenly overwhelmed by a temporary deadly insanity.
There are fourteen survivors.
Trapped inside a ´No-Go´, cut off from the outside world, they must pull together, bury the dead, face their fears - and survive.
Because whatever caused the madness is still at large. And it is hasn´t finished with them yet.
Wake is a story of extreme events, ordinary people and invisible monsters.
´Wake is the creepiest book I´ve ever loved: gorgeous, horrifying and insanely inventive´ Laini Taylor, author of Dreams of Gods and Monsters
Wake reads like a collaboration between Dean Koontz and John Wyndham, rewritten by Margaret Atwood´ Guardian
´A triumph all of its own. Knox writes with a rare psychological acuity about humans under pressure in a baffling, intolerable predicament´ Financial Times
´What starts off as a horror story builds into a taut, psychological sci-fi thriller that is alive to the troubling questions of what happens to humans when civilisation as they know it disintegrates´ Sunday Times
Wake will haunt your dreams´ Sci-Fi Bulletin