Orion — A ginger cat belonging to Nick and Rachel. He has tried to keep himself entertained, but can do nothing to help himself. Lewis — A boy in the Morrisons group and one of its best fighters. He explains to Maxie that he was once a bookworm, fat, and not so good with fighting.
He, too, makes it out of David's rule of the palace. He carries a gun and at one point guards the door to the infirmary where Maxie and Blue are being held captive.
He is described as fair-haired and slightly shorter than Spotty. Sam flees to Waitrose, where Callum explains that the other children left for The enemy Palace. When he leaves, another small child who simply refers to himself as " The Kid" enters the car via a window and helps Sam escape, along with another girl named Rhiannon although the rest believe Nick wants to help them, and stay behind to be devoured.
To think, to test, to design, to rethink, to test again, to develop, to start all over again, in Montreal, New York or Paris. She is older than Sam. She is now the new leader of the Waitrose children and struggles under the pressure of having responsibility for every kid in her group.
Maxie and Blue begin to have second thoughts over David, and before the fight between Achilleus and John, Sophie tells Maxie that she is leaving the place due to the guilt of Arran's death. Franny — David's head farmer at the palace.
He is killed during an attack in Regent's Park. He survives on his own for a while, but eventually succumbs to bitter loneliness and allow the adults to kill him after they break into the store.
He is unable to catch up with them, eventually heading down into the subway tunnels where he is swarmed by a group of zombies.
At the end of the novel, he is among those who escape David's rule of the Palace. After playing their single "You're Not Alone" for seven seconds, he reasoned that altercations between himself and the band over a television interview meant that they would no longer be played by him.
Early on, he becomes separated from the group after being kidnapped by adults. David eventually informs them that they are having trouble with a group of crazed children over in St.
In the fight, John gets the upper hand and severely damages Achilleus's ear, before Achilleus wins and pins him in a death position.
Just as he is about to kill Sam, the sun comes out, and Nick who is revealed to be infected along with Rachel rapidly accelerates in infection due to the amount of time he has spent underground.
Although the band returned the following night they were replaced on the middle night of Oasis' Wembley Stadium three night run by Reverend and The Makers. The enemy that night, they save a boy named Jester from a large pack of zombies, prompting him to invite the group to his home, Buckingham Palacewhich he claims is safe.
Eventually, the same army from before led by Saint George storm the Waitrose Supermarket, and Callum lets them kill him to end his suffering. In the park, they attempt to negotiate with the Squatters, but Achilleus ends up starting a large fight between the two groups instead.
He tells her that she can be perfect for this role. Curly Sam — A small, curly-haired kid in the Waitrose group, who acts like a know-it-all. When The Kid tries to free her, she does not go with him and remains in captivity, not realizing what Nick and Rachel are. Jester claims he is sixteen.
He is an arrogant, psychopathic and megalomaniacal teenager who attempts to restore the British monarchy under his personal control.
Additionally, some of the cultural references and terminology unique to the United Kingdom were changed to ones that American readers were more likely to understand.
Described as blond and good looking. The next day, the Holloway crew head over to the park to speak with John, whilst Freak stays behind out of depression. They set the supermarket on fire and burn it to the ground, with Saint George leading his army into the centre of town.
After Joel's death, Godzilla mourns him. He is shown in the background several times throughout the journey to Buckingham Palace. According to Jester, she was originally from his group and came to the palace with him and others.
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