‘I loved #TheEndofTime. It is, without doubt, one of my top reads of 2019. I walked every mile with Zain, Mohammed and Jesus. Even when their epic journey seemed hopeless, their story remained hopeful. I’ve not had such an immersive and important read in a long time.’ Carmel Harrington
‘Thoroughly enjoyed #TheEndOfTime. It’s an epic story of brotherly love, courage and resilience. A sensitively-written, compassionate and heart-warming must-read for this summer.’ Sarah J Harris
Beneath the stars, on a stony beach, stand two teenage brothers.
They are wearing lifejackets that are too big for them and their most precious belongings are sealed in waterproof bags tucked inside the rucksacks on their backs.
Turkey is behind them and Europe lies ahead, a dark, desperate swim away.
They don’t know what will come next, but they’re about to meet a man who does. He calls himself Jesus, the Messiah. He is barefoot, dishevelled and smells strongly of alcohol.
And he doesn’t believe in chance meetings. He believes he has information about the future – information that will change three lives forever . . .