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Hell = the future as a giant shopping centre. The robots in this book aren’t on Mars. They’re the folk working at AllMART. Boxes. Numbers. Smiles. Can Zoe still drop out? Zoe – numerical ID 009-99-9999 – is starting work at AllMART. (“Your smile is the AllMART welcome mat”.) She’s a big box robot – running errands and smiling all day. Zoe’s job is her fast track to the future – as long as she never puts a foot wrong. But surely there must be more to life than spend spend spend…? Put your wallet away (unless you’re buying this book) and exit the consumer madness.
- Bleak and brilliant tale of a world that has consumed itself from within
- “Brilliantly imagines ‘a world that is part Kafka and part Orwell’” – Booklist
- Topical themes of big box stores, suburban decay and two-tier society
- Blythe Woolston is the winner of the William C. Morris YA Debut Award
This book contains mature content.
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