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Fact or fantasy? You decide. Men with guns on the streets. Short skirts banned in public. Identity armbands for everyone. Nobody knew it would be like this. The Traditionals promised a happier future for people in Britain. That’s how they won the election: with talk of stronger families and safer streets. But it’s turning into a regime instead. Now speaking up has got Ruby locked up. Arrested at an opposition demo, she’s stuck in a prison camp. Now she is number 276. As horror seizes the camp, she knows that she has to get out – and let the world know what’s happening.
- By the award-winning author of Seed and Paper Butterflies
- A disturbing vision of a Britain where politics has turned dark
- Weaves resonant echoes of the past into a modern-day parable
- Pitch-perfect writing makes Ruby’s story feel totally plausible
*Please note this book contains mature content and language more suitable for older readers.
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