By Simon Ings
A visionary lunar apocalypse from a renowned literary SF author.
Post-cyberpunk SF that recalls the darkness of M. John Harrison and the wild visual imagination of China Mieville and Hannu Rajaniemi, HEADLONG felt ahead of the curve when first published and now serves to show just why Simon Ings has remained on the cutting edge of genre fiction.
Surgically connected to their swarming robotic workers, architects Christopher and Joanne Yale are turning the moon into a paradise.
But now, without warning, the machines have pulled the plug and are building a new, insane future away from the control of human minds.
Simon Ings is the author of eight previous novels (some science fiction, some not) and two works of non-fiction, including the Baillie Gifford longlisted STALIN AND THE SCIENTISTS. His debut novel HOT HEAD was widely acclaimed. He is the arts editor of New Scientist magazine and splits his time between a sweltering penthouse in Dubai (not his) and possibly the coldest flat in London.
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12 Jun 2014
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