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Unlike millions of others, the events of one uncomfortable evening leave Roger aware of the government's shadier reasons for investing in Funscreen. With high-definition cameras hidden behind a 60-inch glass veil, the answer was staring him in the face all along.
Every family has a Funscreen on their wall. The question is... who's watching who?
* Funscreen is a short story of 6,500 words (approx. 22 standard pages).
* Fully formatted with an active Table of Contents.
* Written in standard International/British English.
A unique take on the increasing commercialisation of home life and the apparent trend towards 24-hour surveillance, Funscreen is a standalone spin-off from the dystopian novel Sycamore.
Praise for Sycamore:
•"A brilliant and relevant sci-fi from a debut author... interesting and matrix-like"
•"Dystopian fans should not miss this one"
•"Great idea from the author... 1984 for the Facebook generation"
•"For those of you who have never read 1984, read this book. For those of you who have, read this book"