Philip Hoyle has always been an avid reader with a particular fondness of post apocalyptic fiction. Aside from creating bespoke computer software along with its associated technical documentation and having kept a diary since 1986, Human Rights is his first foray into writing. Most of his writing has been done whist watching his son at athletics or ice hockey training which had led to cold fingers whilst typing.
He lives in Chelmsford with his wife Clare and two children Victoria and James. He is a fan of classic cars and has owned a Triumph TR7 for nearly twenty years. In what’s left of his spare time he helps run a Cub pack and tries to keep fit by running on a fairly regular basis. He is currently working on the remaining two books in the trilogy.
Ed Bush lives with his family in one of the United States of Europe. Their way of life is dictated entirely by the government known as Europarl. Every year at a four day celebration of human rights the people coming of age are assigned to their posts within the country.
Ed doesn’t think there is anything he can do about it until he meets an old man and is recruited to join a rebel group.