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Immemorial

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331 pages5 hours

Summary

In an England still reeling from the largest terrorist attack in its history, torn apart by social unrest, a man wakes to find himself accused of that attack, but with no memory of the event. As he reacquaints himself with the present, he must discover his identity and come to terms with a past that haunts his dreams. Who is Ernest Featherstone? Why can he not remember?

Part satire, part traditional literary dystopia, Immemorial is a dark and witty exploration of identity, morality, religion and relationships against a backdrop of an England in turmoil.

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