Q by Christina Dalcher
'Terrifyingly plausible' Louise Candlish
'Devastating and brilliant' Woman & Home
'Thought-provoking' Alice Feeney
'Shocking . . . A powerful tale' Cosmopolitan
'Timely' Kia Abdullah
It begins as a way to make things fairer. An education system that will benefit everyone. It's all in the name of progress.
This is what Elena Fairchild believes. As a teacher in one of the government's elite schools for children with high 'Q' scores, she witnesses the advantages first-hand.
But when Elena's own daughter scores lower than expected, she is taken away. Elena follows her to her new home. A government institute.
What she finds there makes Elena question everything. Because this world is about perfection - and that comes at a terrible price.
What readers are saying about Q
'To everyone that loved Vox and wants to read another like it this is just for you!!'
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'I read this book in 24 hours! I loved it.'
'An amazing read . . . thought provoking and made me eager to know what is coming next from this brilliant author.'
'This book had me hooked from start to finish.
'Both timely and chilling. Q is a thrilling read'