Pretty Little Things To Fill Up The Void
by Simon Logan
“Logan is a stylish transgressor for the next evolutionary moment; he reminds me of Harlan Ellison at his most daring and dangerous-raw, fearless, unpredictable, disturbing, and much needed...”
Jack O'Connell, author of Word Made Flesh and The Resurrectionist
In a city of chemical warehouses and entropic factories, viral DJ's and anarchist skatepunks share the streets with nihilistic video game junkies and makeshift revolutionaries, whilst pirate broadcasters battle against one another and renegade paramedics hijack the dead and dying for profit.
Pretty Little Things to Fill Up the Void is the story of four characters and their constantly-intertwining lives as they search for meaning and purpose in a place that seems to deny either.
Elisabeth Afterlife, a renegade documentarist, haunted by the ghost of a bloody girl; Catalina Rodriguez, a fiery teenager and thrill-seeker; and the artists-lovers Camille and Auguste. And alongside all of them there is the mysterious Shiva, lurking in her complex of workshops, and moving devious chemical hands that will soon encompass all of the characters in an explosive point of singularity ...
- Simon Logan, February 2011
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