We first met nomadic puppeteer Billie in Dollywagglers. Now, in a lawless, post-pandemic world, Billie is learning to be human again - a task easily as challenging as scrounging for food and fighting off suburban savages.
In Dancing on Bones, Billie's band of three unlikely friends heads to Wales to find some semblance of civilisation, but just when they begin to settle, terrible news from London forces Billie back among the grim survivors of the capital.
What happens there blows apart the seemingly invincible fortress of the dangerous elite in charge and plunges the nation into chaos once more - chaos that is mirrored by the erupting volcano that is Billie's personal life.
Though at first the fledgling democracy of Wales appears to be the haven the friends hoped to find, now it seems like their world may just end in a hail of bullets after all.
Bonus short story
Strange Creation is the extraordinary diary of Dr. Dorothy Broadhurst, an evolutionary biologist working in central Africa in 1950 when her academic life is violently disrupted by a local rebellion. Abandoned and isolated in her compound, surrounded only by the apes whose lives and habits she has been studying, she tries to maintain her ordered, scientific routine. But, she doesn't know the apes as well as she thought. Soon, she becomes like them: a hunted animal desperately clinging on to survival and sanity.