Youth is wasted on the young, isn't it?
Her observation of our species is tender, precise, illuminating - Hilary Mantel
In this version of London, there is a small, private clinic. Behind its layers of security, procedures are taking place on poor, robust teenagers from northern Estates in exchange for thousands of pounds - procedures that will bring the wealthy dead back to life in these young supple bodies for fourteen days.
It's an opportunity for wrongs to be righted, for fathers to meet grandsons, for scientists to see their work completed. Old wine in new bottles.
But at what cost?
Her observation of our species is tender, precise, illuminating
Jane Rogers is a wonderfully versatile novelist
An ambitious and important writer - The New York Times
Cuts to the bone - The Sunday Times
Rogers has never been afraid to expose the dark underside of people's psyches, their shoddy motives and secret compulsions - Guardian
Roger's prose flows elegantly and with effortless power - Observer
Body Tourists is very much a novel about human nature. Told through a variety of different perspectives . . . the novel is an insightful examination of the things people truly value - SciFi Now