George Orwell imagined a world where Big Brother is always watching. But what if Big Brother doesn’t care and no one is watching?
Alex Winstone lives his life as if he’s constantly being watched. The Overlooked is the story of what happens when he discovers he’s not.
Set in a world much like our own, where morals are malleable and facts are whatever anyone can be persuaded to believe, this pithy novel is a study in anxiety and an examination of truth in the age of tabloid churnalism. The obsessive, insistent, fractured narrative is edgy and tense – Nineteen Eighty-Four reimagined by the lovechild of Chuck Palahniuk and Ernesto Sabato.
Ian Caro was born in Castleford and lives on the Isle of Wight. He has worked as a stage manager, a lighting designer, a ghost writer and a lawyer. He currently provides pre-publication legal advice to a number of national and regional news publishers. The Overlooked is his first novel.
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