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London, 2050. The socio-economic crisis of recent decades is over and consumerism is thriving.
Ownership of land outside the city is the preserve of a tiny elite, and the rest of the population must spend to earn a Right to Reside. Ageing has been abolished thanks to a radical new approach, replacing retirement with blissful euthanasia at a Dignitorium.
When architect Philip goes missing, his wife, Alice, risks losing her home and her status, and begins to question the society in which she was raised. Her search for him uncovers some horrifying truths about the fate of her own family and the reality behind the new social order.
Wolf Country is a powerful dystopian vision in the spirit of Black Mirror and Never Let Me Go.
‘A chilling and politically astute dystopia – sci-fi in the tradition of Wyndham’ – Jane Rogers
It was such an experience on so many levels that I don't even know where to begin. Tünde offers so many streams of thought that I have just realized were already in the back of my head only snoozing – which is really chilling given the topic. I was really contented with the story itself and all the socio-descriptions. All in all, the book is frighteningly realistic yet grows on the reader, loved all the way.
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