Welcome to HAVOC!

After months of attacks and reprisals, a shaky ceasefire holds between the warring sides of the river.

Southside waits nervously, with a kind of hope that feels like defeat.

Then the world erupts.

And from the debris comes a voice where no voice should be.

When Nik follows it he steps into a complex web of power, fear and betrayal that enwraps the city.

Who is the mysterious girl in the rubble? What is her connection to the secret experiments taking place at the Marsh? And why does she cry Havoc?

But before Nik can find answers to these questions he must cross the river and find his father.
And face the hardest decision of his life.



These can be found herewith questions for discussion and some classroom activities. (Spoilers!)



There's this from the Melbourne Review of Books.

And there's one in The Listener here (although you only get to see the first paragraph without subscribing)

And Carole Beu reviewed it on RadioNZ National here and in the NZ Herald here (you have to scroll down to find it).

Chiara, from the wonderfully named Books for a Delicate Eternity, reviewed The Bridge and Havoc together, here.