Publisher: Watkins Media
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 216 x 135 mm
Edition: New edition
"The Offset's searing critique of anti-natalism could do for eco-fascism what Ninety Eighty-Four did for socialism and Brave New World did for eugenics."
"It is a bare-knuckle punch to the heart. Calder Szewczak made me suffer - brilliantly."
"The Offset is a prophetic, urgent, gripping read that throws into question what saving the world really means."
"The Offset shows how anti-natalism could also take a dystopian turn... even views aimed at reducing suffering can increase it if fanatics seize control."
"An honest, terrifying and sincere look into our future."
"A name to watch."
"Bleak, haunting and intriguing."
"Smart, compelling and absolutely of the moment. A truly elegant debut."
"This is a must read for fans of The Martian and anyone who has enjoyed any dystopian stories."
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