How good are people? Let me tell you, Dee: people are as good as the pair of eyes they believe is on them…
When Claudia Talwar is called to meet a mysterious visitor in the reception of her Manchester office block, she can’t believe her eyes. It’s Samson Glaze, former hippy turned internationally famous entrepreneur, and the fifteen-years-absent father figure of her youth.
It doesn’t take much for Samson to convince her to help find his son, Reggie Glaze, who’s got into a bit of trouble: namely, he’s joined a group called Tarantula who wear black armbands and seem obsessed with ‘the next world’.
Before she knows it, Claudia finds herself swept into a dark adventure of solar power, a hammer wielding assassin, and the end of our world . . .
‘Trevelyan’s prose is wholly readable, with wonderful, concise details that conjure full moments in perfect little capsules‘ Dublin Inquirer