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Edge - Thomas Blackthorne (John Meaney)

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The first Josh Cumberland novel.

This ebook is sold as a Zip file containing both Epub (iOS, Android) and Mobi (Kindle) files.

John Meaney writes as Thomas Blackthorne.

You thought Big Brother was tough? Try Knife Edge - the reality TV show where wannabe knife fighters are the celebrities in a nation going to hell.

Britain, tomorrow. The ultimate response to knife crime has been instituted by a bankrupt government: duelling with knives has now been legalised. On Saturday nights, the nation sit down to watch the country's best fighters slash it out on prime time.

When a young boy with hoplophobia (the fear of weaponry) runs away from home, his father hires a former special forces agent to find him. With the help of the boy's psychiatrist, Josh Cumberland delves into the dark underbelly of the knife culture that has infected his country with no guarantee that the boy is even still alive...

File Under: Science Fiction [ Devastated Britain / Legalised duelling / Corporate atrocity / Save the children ]

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Praise and Reviews:

"John Meaney is a spectacular writer. He makes SF seem all fresh and new again."
- Robert J Sawyer

"Cumberland leaps off the page, a trained killer whose anger and grief at his daughter's condition is brilliantly portrayed; the depiction of his simmering rage, barely held in check, and how he channels it, provides a masterclass in characterisation."
- The Guardian

"The characters themselves are wonderfully fleshed out and their interaction is quite mesmerising... an intelligent, slick and brilliantly executed novel with a quite unexpected but superbly scripted ending."

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