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    • Publication date:25 Jan 2018
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The Feed

A chilling, dystopian page-turner with a twist that will make your head explode

By Nick Clark Windo

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A unique, thought-provoking and utterly addictive thriller with a chilling premise at its core. THE FEED will be devoured by fans of THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS and STATION ELEVEN.

'I was hooked from the very beginning and haunted for days' S J Watson

The Feed is a unique, thought-provoking and utterly addictive post-apocalyptic thriller that fans of The Girl With All the Gifts and The Passage will love.

Your knowledge. Your memories. Your dreams.
If all you are is on the Feed, what will you become when the Feed goes down?

For Tom and Kate, in the six years since the world collapsed, every day has been a fight for survival. And when their daughter, Bea, goes missing, they will question whether they can even trust each other anymore.

The threat is closer than they realise...

'A tense thriller ... with a twist that will make your head explode' C J Tudor

Biographical Notes

Nick Clark Windo studied English Literature at Cambridge University and acting at RADA. As well as writing, he works as a film producer and communications coach. He lives in London with his wife and daughter. The Feed is his first novel.

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  • ISBN: 9781472241900
  • Publication date: 25 Jan 2018
  • Page count: 368
  • Imprint: Headline
The Feed is a chilling, dystopian page-turner - I was hooked from the very beginning and haunted for days after finishing it. — S J Watson
[A] brilliant, highly charged debut — Daily Mail
Combining thriller with futuristic nightmare, Nick Clark Windo's debut novel presents an all too believable version of a near future . . . ambitious and thought-provokingS magazine
Easily one of the most powerful and disturbing novels of the year . . . intensely original and constantly surprising . . . a visceral experience — Starburst
[An] admirable debut . . . succeeds as a sober, semi-satirical commentary on our connectivity-obsessed times — Financial Times
What a riveting and original novel! The Feed is frighteningly believable and disturbing and I loved the way I was pulled into its dark reality, so convincing that it's almost unbearable. The Feed is one of those rare novels that changes your mind as you read it. It is such a brilliant exploration of the hive-mind, taken to chilling extremes which almost destroy humanity. — Helen Dunmore
I really enjoyed it and what a great ending! — Martina Cole
An interesting post-apocalyptic science fiction novel that builds to a climax that embraces the three Hs - haunting, horrific and perhaps, hopeful — Science Fact and Science Fiction Concatenation
Nick Clark Windo's captivating debut is a dark, thought-provoking read. Tap into The Feed and it will change your world — Adam Hamdy
A really clever and original book. A tense thriller wrapped up in a scarily plausible dystopian nightmare, with a twist that will make your head explode! — C. J. Tudor
A tense thriller with a strong vein of the speculative. And that ending . . . blimey! — Den Patrick
I devoured this story barely putting it down . . . Highly recommendedLiz Loves Books blog
Splendid concept, beautifully and horrifyingly realised — Espresso Coco blog
Terrifyingly, brilliantly plausible — Observer
Reminiscent of Cormac McCarthy's The Road. Windo's first novel is a noirish thriller told with verve and some fine plot twists. — Guardian