On 15 March 2110, 6.3 billion people will die.
One man’s vision to make the world a better place.
From a world where the concept of violence has changed, and where personal privacy has been forsaken, comes a tale of conspiracy, love and murder – and the bond shared by brothers.
That’s the rather cryptic book description for Simon Royle’s debut novel Tag. I’m thinking FlashForward meets 1984? Reviews are on the way, but here’s one prediction I’m pretty sure will bear out: this book’s not going to be about an innocent children’s game.