"Ings' return to full-throttle SF is a cause for celebration. His gift for edgy slipstream fiction makes comparisons with both JG Ballard and William Gibson apposite. Bleak, brutal and uncompromising . If there's any justice in the world it'll win awards."4.5 star review
a moving take of the movers and shakers of technology. Overall grade: A
Simon pulls it off to a higher degree, if not quite fully-turning reality into alternative reality through Augmented Reality!
one of the key books of next year...a serious, ambitious and discomforting novel
a murder mystery, with elements of horror, thriller and exploration woven through...Ings creates an incredibly vivid world which leaps out from teh page with shock...I loved this book
One of the best books I've read this year...Ings is the sort of stylist who makes other writers touch the peaks of their caps in respect for his technical skill
I confidently expect this book to feature on a few best of the year lists this time next year (I certainly expect it to feature on my list)
Simon Ings' book is worthy of anybody's shelf especially if your humour level is of a wicked variety