DANIEL GODFREY
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Author of New Pompeii & The Synapse Sequence

In a future London, humans are watched over by AIs and served by bots. But now that justice and jobs are meted out by algorithm, inequality blooms, and protest is brutally silenced. Anna Glover may be the most hated woman in the troubled city – the media’s scapegoat for an unpopular war. Now she hides from the public eye, investigating neglected cases by using the mind-invading technology of the synapse sequencer to enter witness’s memories.


When a PI brings her a new high-stakes case, Anna sees a chance for atonement. But soon she is drawn into a plot that threatens to upend her hard won anonymity and put everyone in danger – even those she hopes to save…

The Synapse Sequence is available to pre-order at the following links:

Amazon UK

Forbidden Planet (TBC)

Waterstones

WHSmith

Foyles

Book Depository

Wordery

Amazon US

Barnes and Noble

Kobo Ebook (TBC)

iTunes

Quotes and Reviews


“Daniel Godfrey continues to impress. A distinctive new voice in SF.” Gareth L. Powell, award-winning author of Embers of War and Ack-Ack Macaque


“The Synapse Sequence reads like Philip K. Dick or Black Mirror meets Michael Crichton. With a imaginative central invention - the synapse sequencer - and an impressive protagonist, you really can't go wrong with this one!” Paul Kane, bestselling and award-winning author of the Hooded Man series and Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell


“A whip-smart thriller in a terrifyingly plausible near-future setting, wrapped around an absorbing mystery. This is a book with something to say.” Mark Latham, author of the Lazarus Gate series


“A fast-paced near-future technological thriller that will keep you guessing” Marie O'Regan, editor of the bestselling Mammoth Book of Ghost Stories by Women and the forthcoming Phantoms


Reviews (All External Links)

“Anna is an intriguing character, and Godfrey steeps the plot in plenty of twisty intrigue. Provocative worldbuilding and suspense will keep the reader hooked.” - Publisher’s Weekly review is here!