Synopsis: The Nevermoore Disaster. The Nevermoore Disaster is the first book in the disaster trilogy. It takes place in the fictional town of Nevermoore, a small rural town buried in the heart of the English countryside with it‘s own strange folklore, including the story of Four-leaf Clover, the cursed black race horse that is an omen of bad luck and the legend of the old phone, a telephone box in the woods that can contact the dead. The town has been under quarantine for months after an outbreak of a disease known as the Rose virus. The quarantine is supervised by a corporate agency called Luminescence which is run like a self-help programme. On the night of Friday the 13th there is a huge storm and a police helicopter cashes into town with one unlucky survivor, Tom Harold. After the crash Tom is informed that he is forbidden to leave and is assigned to live at the Karma Hotel in Nevermoore. There he meets Jason Waterfall, a young physics student who works in the hotel restaurant as a gimmicky psychic waiter since Jason has the ability to communicate with people’s inner-child. Jason does not like to use his gift often as when he was younger it lead to a mental breakdown and he spent some time in an asylum. As their paths cross the characters soon begin to unravel a great mystery hidden in the town’s foundations drawing a line between the outbreak, an underground cult, the hotel and Jason’s father. And it is all just the beginning of something much bigger that could change the shape of the universe forever.