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THE Rockstar Ending SERIES

London. 2027. An ordinary woman discovers she is capable of extraordinary things. When Lexi finds out people are being coerced into genocide by stealth, she vows to take on the sinister corporation behind the ultimate Rockstar Ending. 

The first novel in this terrifyingly plausible dystopian series will get you thinking about the social and political issues that will dominate the decade. 

Highly original, macabre and very funny – The Orwell Society 

If her predictions come true, we’re all in deep trouble – Christopher Fowler

If you like Black Mirror, The Handmaid’s Tale or the Nineteen Eighty-Four, then you’ll love this book.

Prequel novella – available free to readers who register here.

It traces the five years leading up to the launch of the world’s most seductive suicide campaign.

You’ll meet those intent on making Britain a world leader in active euthanasia, as the power brokers formulate a secret programme – to be delivered by robots and artificial intelligence – with a bank oiling the wheels.

For Those About to Rock takes you to the point where Rockstar Ending begins.

 

Book 2

They came to kill her best friend’s elderly mother.  Now Lexi can’t rest until she has exposed the sinister corporation behind the hidden genocide.

She’s tried the politicians. The media don’t care.

When she hits on a way to grab the headlines, she’s in serious danger.

If they find out what she has done, Lexi and her soulmate Bob will lose everything.

Book 3

Freedom fighter Lexi emains hell-bent on halting the Endings, an insidious, AI-powered killing spree aimed at the over-70s.

With troubled youth and people with disabilities next in line for extinction, Lexi and her activist friends turn up the heat.

But when the resistance unleashes daring new tactics to derail the genocide, they find themselves in greater danger than they ever thought possible.

one last gift

The award-winning short story, which led to the Rockstar Ending series.

It came runner up in the Orwell Society Student Fiction competition in 2017, described by the judges as: ‘highly original, macabre, and very funny.’ 

Published in the Orwell Studies Journal, Volume 3, Number 1, 2018.