‘A FIERCELY INTELLIGENT PAGE-TURNER…AT ONCE THOUGHTFUL AND HIGHLY EMOTIVE’ PAULA HAWKINS
‘THE STUFF THAT CLASSICS ARE MADE OF’ AJ FINN
‘BRILLIANT, PRESCIENT, UNPUTDOWNABLE’ JENNY COLGAN
‘A TOUR DE FORCE – A FEMINIST REIMAGINING OF SOCIETY’ GILLIAN MCALLISTER
Glasgow, 2025. Dr Amanda Maclean is called to treat a patient with flu-like symptoms. Within three hours he is dead. This is how it begins.
The unknown virus sweeps through the hospital with deadly speed.
The victims are all men.
Dr Maclean raises the alarm. But by the time the authorities listen to her, the virus has spread to every corner of the world. Threatening families. Governments. Countries.
Can they find a cure before it’s too late? Can they stop
THE END OF MEN?
‘MOVING, THOUGHT-PROVOKING AND TERRIFYINGLY PRESCIENT’ TAMMY COHEN
‘DEVASTATING, PRESCIENT, COMPELLING AND CONFRONTING’ LAURA JANE WILLIAMS
About the author
Christina was born in 1993 and grew up between London and Glasgow. She studied Law at the University of Cambridge and graduated with a First in 2015. Christina works as a Corporate Litigation lawyer in London. The End of Men is her first novel.
- ‘I ripped through this. It’s pacey, devastating, prescient, compelling and confronting, not only because it’s the first thing I’ve read that even touches the sides of the very real pandemic we’re living through, but also because a world without men? It was uncomfortable and fascinating to read about. This is a sure-fire hit, and rightly so!’ – LAURA JANE WILLIAMS
- ‘Brilliant, prescient and unputdownable’ JENNY COLGAN
- ‘A tour de force – a feminist reimagining of society’ GILLIAN MCALLISTER