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Green Jay and Crow

A prescient science fiction vision of humanity and identity in a trans-human world

“I WAS MEANT TO COME TO BARLEWIN, BUT I WAS NEVER MEANT TO STAY.”

The half-forgotten streets of Barlewin, in the shadow of the High Track, are a good place to hide: among the aliens and the couriers, the robots and the doubles, where everyone has secrets.

Like Eva, a 3D-printed copy of another woman, built to be disposable.She should have disintegrated days ago... and she hasn’t.

And now her creator wants her back.

"A brilliant story that celebrates existenceand survival on the newfound edges of life, and love. The fight back against disposability starts here!"

– Jeff Noon

"Daniels' novel earns its comparisons to Philip K. Dick...this is a story that explores what it means to be real, to be human--and to be neither."

– Jeff Somers, Barnes & Noble

“The book probes the nature of sentience thought-provokingly, while also depicting a richly imagined, thoroughly lived-in world…a striking and memorable novel.”

– SFX Magazine