‘Louise Carey’s dystopian future is chillingly plausible’ Claire North Inscape is the dystopian future we would do best to avoid. Warning: use of this gate will take you outside of the InTech corporate zone. Different community guidelines may apply, and you may be asked to sign a separate end-user license agreement. Do you wish to continue?
Tanta has trained all her young life for this. Her very first mission is a code red: to take her team into the unaffiliated zone just outside InTech’s borders and retrieve a stolen hard drive. It should have been quick and simple, but a surprise attack kills two of her colleagues and Tanta barely makes it home alive.
Determined to prove herself and partnered with a colleague whose past is a mystery even to himself, Tanta’s investigation uncovers a sinister conspiracy that makes her question her own loyalties and the motives of everyone she used to trust.
‘In Tanta’s world, warring corporations battle over the ruins of our civilisation. This is cyberpunk rebooted’ Stephen Baxter
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Louise Carey's dystopian future is chillingly plausible . . . It is a rare gift for a book to be a warning, an adventure, a stark reminder of the fragility of the world we hold dear, and a thrilling ride that catches you by the heart and keeps you enthralled and guessing to the end
Deftly written, masterfully paced, vividly imagined, and absolutely gripping from the first page to last . . . Inscape is a total blast. Calling Hollywood: here's your next big streaming hit
A propulsive thriller plot filled with great twists and reversals.
A page-turning thriller.
SF that rockets along
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The pace is cracking, the writing immersive, the action sequences excellently visual, and the characters are solid and relatable.
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