"Passionate, angry, funny, emotional and brutally honest… these are the words that describe the fiction of Belinda Webb, one of the most exciting new writers of her generation.
In A Clockwork Apple, she creates an unforgettable vision of a future Manchester, where the gangs roaming the streets are all girls. The State its control through addiction therapy and the blunt administrations of female police and social workers. Men have long since ceased to have any influence.
Using her own powerful and distinctive language, mixing neologisms with plentiful contemporary cultural references, Webb hypnotises the reader with her passion and linguistic wizardry.
'A dazzling new voice bursts through the tired old glass ceiling of English Fiction. Belinda Webb is a writer to watch.' - Will Self
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