Aug 172016

If you like your fiction horrible and terrifying like the end of the world might be ushered into via a council estate via a disabled man with a hellbourne mobility scooter, this might be the book for you. It’s endlessly inventive and dark, as it weaves together the people that the modern world has left behind – from social workers and pub-dwellers to the distraught and disabled residents of a sink estate to have to save the world by reassembling the eponymous Night Clock. This is an astonishing debut that’s truly inventive, new, and different. Could be the rebirth of Weird.

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