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Laura Lam launches Goldilocks

Tuesday 5th May 19:00 - 20:30 at Glasgow - Argyle Street

Laura Lam joins us to launch her fantastic near-future thriller of a world in upheaval and the woman spearheading the efforts to find a way out of it... and off-planet. Goldilocks is a gripping thriller with the highest of concepts, truly out of this world action, and incredible stakes!

Laura will be joining us in discussion with award-winning author Ruth EJ Booth to talk about writing near-future fiction in a time of turmoil, the science behind the science fiction of Goldilocks, and more, so book your tickets now!

Ravaged by environmental disaster, greed and oppression, our planet is in crisis. The future of humanity hangs in the balance - and one woman can tip it over.

Despite increasing restrictions on the freedoms of women on Earth, Valerie Black is spearheading the first all-female mission to a planet in the Goldilocks Zone, where conditions are just right for human habitation.

It's humanity's last hope for survival, and Naomi, Valerie's surrogate daughter and the ship's botanist, has been waiting her whole life for an opportunity like this - to step out of Valerie's shadow and really make a difference.

But when things start going wrong on the ship, Naomi starts to suspect that someone on board is concealing a terrible secret - and realises time for life on Earth may be running out faster than they feared . . .

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