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Night Shade Books, 2007 - Fiction - 240 pages
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For Michael Rivers, life is perfect. He is tall, handsome and worshipped by billions of fans around the globe. He is wealthy beyond measure, the heir apparent to one of the high-tech corporations that controls the world. He is fashionable, setting trends with his wardrobe of immaculate designer suits. And Michael is in love with Nora, his beautiful, witty and equally perfect fiancée. When an assassin's bullets pierce Michael's body before the cameras at a press junket, everything changes. Forcibly separated from Nora, his illusions shattered, Michael seeks to uncover the reasons behind the attempted assassination. Michael delves deep into his past, finding that all paths lead to a time when he was the golden boy, dancing furiously to the beat of notorious all-night Rage parties thrown by his father.

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I'll probably have to re-rate this later but for now, four stars for fond aesthetic memory. This is what The Hunger Games Capitol should've been. Read full review

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ah, what on earth did i just read? the future of 'grey' echoes both our current obsession with celebrity for celebrity's sake, and oddly, 'idiocracy' in that you have to wonder how on earth anything ... Read full review


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Jon Armstrong is a speculative fiction writer. His first novel, Grey , was published in 2007 and was short-listed for the Philip K Dick Award. That same year, Jon was also nominated for the Campbell Award for Best New SF Writer.

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