The End of the World Running Club by Adrian J Walker


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the-end-of-the-world-running-clubRoeddwn wedi fy swyno o’r dudalen gyntaf! Mae’r teitl, End of the World Running Club, yn sicr yn deitl difyr ac addas.

Nid yw Ed Hill byth yn mynd i ennill gwobr fel “Tad y Flwyddyn”, gan y byddai’n well ganddo adael i’w wraig druan i ymgymryd â’r holl gyfrifoldebau rhianta. Mae hyd yn oed yn cysgu drwy arwyddion argoelus y noson gynt – sef y noson cyn ‘r byd yn cael ei ddifrodi’n llwyr. Mae ond yn dechrau sylweddoli faint y mae’n caru ei wraig a’i blant ifanc pan gaiff eu gwahanu wrthynt ac mae am geisio eu diogelu.

A yw’n medru rhedeg 550 milltir er mwyn dal fyny gyda’i deulu cyn eu bod yn diflannu o’i fywyd yn llwyr?

Mae hon yn stori epig sydd yn dangos sut y mae cariad a phendantrwydd yn medru arwain dyn i roi cynnig ar bethau arwrol. Mae hefyd yn ymdrin â chyfeillgarwch a ffyddlondeb, a sut y mae amgylchiadau anodd yn medru arwain at bobl yn ystyried cymryd camau dramatig er mwyn goroesi.

The End of the World Running Club by Adrian J Walker

Talk about being gripped from the very first page! The End of the World Running Club certainly lives up to its intriguing title.

Ed Hill is never going to win “Father of the Year”, he would much rather leave all parental responsibility to his long suffering wife. He even manages to sleep through the ominous warnings of the night before – well, the night before near total devastation of the world as we know it.  But it is only when he is separated from his wife and young children that he suddenly realises how much he loves them and wants to protect them.

Can he run 550 miles to catch up with his family before they disappear from his life forever?

This is an epic tale about how love and determination can make a man attempt a staggering a feat of endurance. It’s also about friendship and loyalty, and how terrible circumstances can lead people to contemplate taking drastic action to survive.

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