Ben H. Winters

Golden State
  • Golden State

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    'A prescient, devastating commentary on humanity’s disintegrating attachment to reality and truth... Winters has written a 1984 for the 21st century. Not just a thrilling book, but an important one'
    Blake Crouch, author of Dark Matter and TV series Wayward Pines

    'A dystopia for our times' Financial Times

    ‘A wry commentary on our current era’ Guardian
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    Welcome to Golden State, where the worst crime you can commit is to lie.

    Laz Ratesic is a veteran of the State’s special police. Those in power rely on Laz to discover the full and final truth.

    But when a man falls from a roof in suspicious circumstances, it sets in motion a terrifying series of events which will shatter Laz’s world for ever.

    Because when those in control of the truth decide to twist it, only those with the power to ask questions can fight back.
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    Golden State is an ambitious and frighteningly timely novel set in a world where everything is recorded and no one can be trusted. For anyone who loved The Handmaid's Tale, The Power and Station Eleven.

    'Pacy and compelling' SFX

    'Golden State is fascinating, cutting and ultimately inspiring' SciFiNow

Ben H. Winters is the author of nine novels, including most recently the New York Times bestselling Underground Airlines. His novel Countdown City was an NPR Best Book of 2013 and the winner of the Philip K. Dick Award for Distinguished Science Fiction, and The Last Policeman was the recipient of the 2012 Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America; it was also named one of the Best Booksof 2012 by Amazon.com and Slate. Ben also writes books for children and his journalism has appeared in The Chicago Reader, The Nation, In These Times, USA Today and Huffington Post. He lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife and their three children.


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