A gloriously warped dystopian fantasy . . .
'Undeniably brilliant' - Guardian
'The funniest writer in Britain today' - GQ
'A Hello Kitty-type brand dominating the global economy and bringing governments to heel feels chillingly plausible' Herald Scotland
Mox and Mitsu are Supercute. They founded the global business Supercute Enterprises as teenagers, armed only with a phone, a collection of their favourite cuddly toys and a love of all things kawaii. Thanks to them, the Supercute aesthetic is now a way of life.
In a world dominated by massive conglomerates, Supercute has continued to grow bigger and more powerful, morphing from an entertainment company to a ruthless organisation fighting for their right to the world's water.
Now Mox and Mitsu face a choice. In a world that is tearing itself apart, who will win in the battle for ultimate control - and where will Supercute draw the line . . .
Readers LOVE Martin Millar:
'A bit like falling into Bladerunner via a manga cartoon. Like everything by Martin Millar it's both funny and sad.' Amazon review, verified purchase
'One of the funniest books ever written' Amazon review, verified purchase
'Oh my goodness, how I WISH it were real! Amazing, easy to read piece of fiction which will stay with me for a long time' Twitter user
'Superb, hilarious, heartwarming, brilliant. A work of genius' Amazon review, verified purchase
'I strongly recommend this book to anyone interested in Cyberpunk' Goodreads review
'Sex, drugs and anarchy reign - definitely not your average fairy tale!' Amazon review, verified purchase
'A very British strain of understated comedy . . . a finely honed sense of absurdist whims . . . delightful' Amazon review, verified purchase
'As always, Millar aligns himself with life's eccentrics, misfits and innocents in the struggle against politicians, military leaders, financiers and other idiots' Amazon review, verified purchase'Had me laughing out l
Martin Millar was born in Scotland and now lives in London. He is the author of such novels as Lonely Werewolf Girl and The Good Fairies of New York. He wrote the Thraxas series under the name of Martin Scott. Thraxas won the World Fantasy Award in 2000. As Martin Millar and as Martin Scott, he has been widely translated.
To find out more about Martin Millar, visit his website at www.martinmillar.com