David Musgrave was born in North East England and now lives in London. He has exhibited widely as a visual artist, and his work is held in many collections worldwide.
Rife with suspense, intrigue and menace, the story is an allegory for current events that parallels books like Orwell's 1984 and Animal Farm. * Reading the West * Ceaselessly inventive yet grounded in a world we recognise - an eloquent, insightful and funny demonstration the future is now. And always will be. * Richard Beard (The Day That Went Missing) * A science fiction novel not quite like any other I've read. * Ananyo Bhattacharya (The Man from the Future) * Part cyber-thriller, part sci-fi parable, part glorious social satire. * Tim Baker (Fever City) *