Our book of the month in January is Wolves by Simon Ings, which is best described in a different Simon’s introduction to chapter one last week. It is a chilling dystopian work; a story about technology becomes a personal quest into a changed world and the pursuit of a secret from the past. A secret about a missing mother, a secret that could hide a murder. This is no dry analysis of how a technology might change us, it is a terrifying thriller, a picture of a dark tomorrow that is just around the corner.
Catch up with chapter one and then delve into chapter two here. Wolves is available to buy now from all good retailers, and if you’re one of our Gollancz Geeks who’s ticked the SF box, you’ll be hearing from us this week for a chance to get your hands on a review copy, so keep an eye on your inbox!
And, if your one of our London readers, you can see Simon Ings at an event tomorrow at the Charing Cross road Blackwells. See the website for more information.
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