“Exciting and funny from the get go,” Gillian, NetGallery.
“The twist…had me almost biting my nails wanting to find out the outcome of the story” SaM, Goodreads review.
“We have tremendous technology advances, yet we have never gotten out of the cave.
Is just great,” Abdel, NetGallery.
You notice a video on Youtube called Murder, I Like. A live video. A video with your daughter in. What would you do?
Leo sits back for relaxing morning commute from Brighton to London, an hour-long journey to let the mind be free. Yet this trip quickly turns into the most ridiculous and frustrating journey he’s ever made, as he has to decide if the video is a college prank or if it’s for real.
If it’s genuine Leo must get a grip, be decisive and act now – before it’s too late!
This unique story will have you both laughing and screaming, with its clever play between characters. It also shines an intriguing light on the use of technology within society, which will make you stop and think.
If you like psychological thrillers like The Woman in the Window then you’ll love this.