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What else is there when life has no point? In a Britain on the edge of collapse, the lost teens have formed Cutter Circles, a terrible cult based on mutual suicide. For ex-Special Forces soldier Josh Cumberland, this is just the start of another descent into the very heart of darkness. Savage satire and incredible near-future thrills from the author of "Edge".show more

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  • Paperback | 432 pages
  • 104.14 x 175.26 x 33.02mm | 725.74g
  • Angry Robot
  • Botley, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0857660799
  • 9780857660794
  • 609,127

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Praise for Thomas Blackthorne's previous work: "[He] has rewired SF. Everything is different now." - Stephen Baxter "Blackthorne is such a fine writer. Josh Cumberland leaps off the page; the depiction of his simmering rage, barely held in check, and how he channels it, provides a masterclass in characterisation." -" The Guardian ""I absolutely don t want to live in the world Blackthorne has created. I didn t want to in "Edge" (the first book in the series) and I most certainly don t want to now. I do, however, want to read about it. It s relentless and gripping, with a brilliant balance between the personal and the political. Not a book for readers who like gentle meadows scattered with bright yellow daisies and lolloping bunnies." - Gillian Polack, "Biblio Buffet""show more

About Thomas Blackthorne

Thomas Blackthorne is the pseudonym of noted science fiction writer John Meaney, author of Bone Song, Paradox and To Hold infinity.He was born in north-west London to Irish parents. He has published short fiction in magazines and anthologies, including reprints in several "year's best" selections.show more
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