The Grotto's Secret by Paula Wynne


Genre: Conspiracy Thrillers, Dystopian and Futuristic, Mystery, Sci-fi, Suspense Thrillers

For Fans Of

William Gibson, Bruce Sterling, Pat Cadigan, Phillip K Dick, Neal Stephenson

Book Summary

In a city of ten million, under glass eyes of six million cameras, one man evades their networked stares, watching those who are watched.
His days are spent deducing stories of lives from momentary glimpses. Filming everything.

But Jared is starting to see more.
He spends every free moment pouring over the footage, and fate is bringing other observers into his life, teaching him how to push his skills further.

But he's also hearing voices, thinks he's being followed, surveilled, and has no idea how much - if any of it - is real.

All he knows, is that if he wants answers, he has to keep watching.


"Very interesting plot with a main character that is constantly being developed."
- J Phillips, Amazon

"Things are gradually revealed until you get to the end, and then you realize that you want more!"
- Pail, Amazon

"The paranoia reminds me of 1984... Being written in only a month, this story is amazing in its own right."
- Goodreads

About the Author

Lee Isserow is an award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker, with over fifteen years spent trawling the back streets and dark alleys of the 'entertainment' industry.

He's pretty sure he has some traits of autism, because he's been constantly working and obscenely prolific for the entire duration, writing over a hundred screenplays, many of which he's adapting into forthcoming books, because nobody is willing to turn them into movies. Yet.

He lives in Liverpool, England because he accidentally bought a house there. He's not quite sure how that happened - but assumes part of that is because he used to drink a lot.

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