Eli Lee was born in Dorset and is now is based in London. As well as writing fiction and non-fiction for a variety of anthologies, magazines and websites, she is fiction editor and contributor to literary journal Minor Literature[s] and has also worked for Strange Horizons. Find her on Twitter at @_elilee.
Important ideas are wrapped in an absorbing, character-driven novel that's also a thought-provoking consideration of the ways we might cope with something that is already happening all around us. * LISA TUTTLE, The Guardian * Mind-bending * CAROLE STIVERS, bestselling author of THE MOTHER CODE * A disquieting take on Big Tech's plans for the future of work * GWYNETH JONES, author of the Arthur C. Clarke-winning BOLD AS LOVE * If you like small, intimate fiction that asks very big questions, this is the perfect novel for you * FANFIADDICT * Smoothly written * FINANCIAL TIMES * a beautifully written, thought provoking novel * MUSE'S BOOK JOURNAL * Fans of relational narratives will enjoy the interactions of the three protagonists while there is also intellectual AI debate for those science fiction readers more drawn to ideas over people * SFBOOK REVIEWS * Lee gives the reader a massive amount to ponder as well as delivering a brilliantly written and absorbing story about some very real people * BLUE BOOK BALLOON * Incredibly thought provoking * A LITTLE HAZE BOOK BLOG * This is a thoughtful, interior-focused story...like Ishiguro's Klara And The Sun * SFX MAGAZINE * A slickly written and enjoyable novel * SFCROWSNEST * Thoughtful... provides much food for thought * PAR SEC MAGAZINE *