Return To The Dirt: savage social satire

  In time-honoured fashion, these three taut tales of work and death employ humour to highlight the worst aspects of human behaviour. They’re sharp, savage slices of smartly observed social satire, with humour so bleak it raises blisters, so black it casts a sinister shadow on a superficially sunny existence. Each novella is entirely separate…

Convergence: a dizzying dystopia

Books like this place their protagonists in outlandish positions which deliberately stretch the bounds of credibility. They test the moral boundaries and mortal capabilities of the central characters; examine the core fundamental truths of human existence, and pass comment on real-life society, religious and political situations in passing. Convergence aims at all of these targets,…