In Edmundsbury, a small town in east England, fear and loathing are on the rise. It is the near future; Brexit has happened and the ramifications are real. Grass-roots right-wing political party 'England Always' are fomenting hatred. The residents of a failing housing estate are being manipulatively cleared from their homes. A multinational tech company is making inroads into the infrastructure. Just as social tensions appear to reach crisis point, masked men begin a series of "disruptions", threatening to make internet histories public, asking the townspeople: "What don't you want to share?"
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Ma_Washigeri - LibraryThing
I couldn't concentrate on this so had to leave it after the first chapter - could see a lot of interesting possibilities - including everything being a simulation - but the characters didn't grip me ... Read full review
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This novel seemed to start so well, but, after making great progress I found myself having the reader’s equivalent of a marathon runner hitting the wall, and I lost all my impetus and even will to ... Read full review