Robert Bagnall

Robert Bagnall is an English writer whose speculative fiction has appeared in a variety of magazines, websites and anthologies since the early 1990s. His words also very occasionally cropped up on radio, in newspapers, and out of the mouths of UK government ministers, for whom he briefly wrote speeches. He is currently taking a break from the corporate wageslavery that keeps the wolf from the door to renovate a Victorian villa on the English Riviera, which Rudyard Kipling allegedly once visited. You can find his science fiction musings at and his non-fiction book on self-building his own home ‘127a’ on Amazon. He doesn't like dogs and is allergic to cats.

Titles Available from Robert Bagnall

2084. The world remains at war.

In a chaotic city in the Eurasian desert twenty-year old Adnan emerges from a coma with memories of a woman he loved in a strictly ordered world of steel and glass, the Dome.

Adnan learns what the Dome is, and what he was inside it. He learns why everybody fears the Sickness more than the troopers. And he learns why he is the only one who can stop the war.

Persuaded to re-enter The Dome to implant a virus that will bring the war machine to its knees, the resistance think that Adnan is returning to free the many - but really he wants to free the one.
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