The brilliant new mind-frazzling adventure from the author of the 150,000 copy-selling The End of Mr. Y
Could a story save your life?
If Kelsey Newman's theory about the end of time is true, we are all going to live forever.
For Meg - locked in a hopeless relationship and creatively uninspired - this thought fills her with dread. But could there be an important connection to be made between a wild beast living on Dartmoor, a ship in a bottle, the science of time, a knitting pattern for the shape of the universe and the Cottingley fairies? And could a story offer a way through her own personal labyrinth?
SCARLETT THOMAS was born in London in 1972. Her previous novels include Bright Young Things, Going Out, PopCo and The End of Mr. Y, which was longlisted for the Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction 2007. She teaches at the University of Kent.
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