ready to disobey the world he fought for.
A powerful literary thriller, overlaid with British Gothic and the New Weird that questions everything, from the Bristol Festival of Literature founder, author of Paradise Now and This Brick In My Hand.
‘Marine P’ is a soldier on the run from lost love and war, carrying a shocking secret, following a dead man’s voice from a London riot to a derelict Bristol chocolate factory. Inside, the walls are covered in beasts and warnings, the old platoon are gathering for safety, a civilian surveyor says she cannot escape, and a mob with dark intent roam a shifting labyrinth. Nothing is what it seems as visions of society clash, a community of outcasts is born and ‘Marine P’ seeks a new way to live, by paying the ancient cost of peace.
Available now from Tangent Books.