Everything About You

Freya has been lucky enough to get hold of a smartface, a virtual assistant which knows everything about her and will fulfill her every desire.

But there is something strange about its voice, and Freya is horrified to discover it has taken on the personality of her sister Ruby, who disappeared when they were teenagers.

It seems so alive, so real, that it is almost as though her sister might still be out there somewhere, feeding new data into ‘the cloud’. But that’s impossible, isn’t it?

This novel is what happens when smart becomes too smart.

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Discover Everything About You… 

You can buy Everything About You by Heather Child from Waterstones, Foyles, Guardian Bookshop, Forbidden Planet, Amazon and independent booksellers.

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Exquisitely plausible and insidiously chilling – M. R. Carey, author of The Girl With All the Gifts

Everything About You is an excellent creation of that most difficult place, the believable near-future. First class realism and a sinister mystery combine as a compelling thriller. – Peter F. Hamilton 

A captivating and assured first novel – Guardian

Amazing, creepy, twisty and clever – Karen Dionne, author of THE MARSH-KING’S DAUGHTER

Black Mirror meets Gone Girl – Rosamund Lupton, Richard and Judy and SUNDAY TIMES bestseller

A compelling, terrifying and stunningly assured debut” – Gareth L. Powell

Gone Girl for the VR generation . . . when the book is released ask Alexa to order you a copy. But be careful she doesn’t read it before you do, she may just tell the delivery drone that we’re onto them – STARBURST

Discover the Data Age…

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We are now entering the ‘big data’ age, in which the average person will feature in over 1,500 online images by their fifth birthday, in which everything you say or do will be monitored as never before, from birth to death.

Read more about the data age.

It’s a world where technology more fundamentally understands you, so you don’t have to understand it.
– Alex Kipman, Microsoft