´A haunting, gripping story of resistance, terror, and an all-consuming state that commits its atrocities with the best of intentions´ Cory Doctorow
Imagine a near-future London where advances in medical science have led to the development of a pill which can eradicate genetic defects from an unborn baby.
Hope Morrison is pregnant with her second child. She refuses to take The Fix, as the pill is known. Her refusal divides her family and friends and puts her and her husband in danger of imprisonment or worse.
Is Hope´s decision a private matter of individual choice, or is it tantamount to willful neglect of her unborn child?
´A disturbingly real socialist dystopia´ Guardian