The Last Day – Andrew Hunter Murray In conversation with Gregory Norminton
Tue, 27 October 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Andrew Hunter Murray is a scriptwriter and fact-hunter for BBC2’s QI. He co-hosts the podcast No Such Thing As A Fish which has had 200 million downloads. His debut novel is a stunningly original and gripping conspiracy set in 2059 when the world has stopped turning and is on the edge of catastrophe. With a brilliant clever plot where the science is all too believable, this dark post-apocalyptic tale is a near-perfect alternate-future thriller.
Wonderful: boldly imagined and beautifully written – the best future-shock thriller for years – Lee Child
Gregory Norminton is a novelist and Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at Manchester Metropolitan University
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