Outcast: Book Two - Inscape (Paperback)Louise Carey (author)
IT CAN BE HARD TO TELL THEM APART.
When a bomb goes off at InTech HQ, everything changes for Tanta's corporation. Order becomes disorder. Safety becomes danger. Calm becomes chaos.
Tanta is tasked with getting to the bottom of the attack before violence and unrest overtake the city. But even though the evidence points towards rival corporation Thoughtfront, Tanta can't shake the feeling that she's missing something.
There's a dark secret at the heart of the case, one that will reveal more about her own corporation than Tanta would like. And the closer Tanta gets to the mystery, the more she comes to realise something terrible:
Sometimes facing the truth can be the hardest thing of all.
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Readers can't put down Louise Carey's latest technothriller:
'Totally riveting . . . so genuinely intense and so awe-inspiring that I was totally absorbed in the story. I thoroughly enjoyed Outcast with all its thrills and spills and twists and turns' Goodreads reviewer
'Plenty of action and some heartbreak for both along the way . . . the new POV character, Fliss, was a great addition . . . The ending [is] so intriguing that I absolutely have to find out what happens next' Goodreads reviewer
'Outcast is a sleek, smart, fast paced and hugely enjoyable SF thriller' Run Along the Shelves
'An entertaining and gripping technothriller that kept me turning pages . . . the plot kept me guessing' Goodreads reviewer
'I loved the dystopian world . . . [the ending] was unexpected but very satisfying . . . If you enjoy dystopian sci-fi stories with cyberpunk flair, you should check out this series' Netgalley reviewer
'Blew my socks off . . . Louise Carey's writing is top notch and she immerses the reader in the world . . . Tanta and Cole are as brilliant as ever . . . Outcast is a brilliant second outing for the pair and I enjoyed every page of it' Netgalley reviewer
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 500 g
Dimensions: 232 x 152 x 36 mm
Immersive and intense . . . Thoroughly enjoyable in all its thrills, spills, twists and turns: I personally cannot wait for the next Inscape instalment from Carey * Buzz Mag *
Like its predecessor, Outcast is a whip-smart science fiction thriller with real depth. Conspiracies, revelations and more tension than you could wave a big stick at ensure this series continues to deliver on every level. * The Eloquent Page *
Outcast is a sleek, smart, fast paced and hugely enjoyable SF thriller with two really stand-out lead characters. We have a fascinating story exploring corporation's greed and ruthlessness, the power of mind control and the morality of doing the right thing. I raced through this and had a great time apart from knowing I've a while to wait for the next book. Firmly cementing Carey as a writer to watch in the genre. Strongly recommended! * Runalong The Shelves *
Inscape came along at the beginning of 2021 and blew my socks right off! And now at the beginning of 2022 we have Outcast, the second one in the series. And guess what, that blew my socks off too * Fantasy Book Nerd *
There's fine world-building here, and the plot moves at pace, with a few twists and turns to keep readers wrong-footed . . . I thoroughly enjoyed this novel so this is a strong recommendation from me * Concatenation *
A brilliant and powerful cyberpunk thriller read that is incredibly fun and very clever. * Unseen Library *
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