Life might be easier for most people in 2027, but for Ana Devi, whose only home is the streets of New Delhi, it's a battle for survival. She's never dreamed of visiting the virtual worlds of the Web, but when her brother is kidnapped, she finds that the Web holds the secret to his disappearance.
Eric Brown began writing when he was fifteen years and sold his first short story to Interzone in 1986. He has won the British Science Fiction Award twice for his short stories, and his novel Helix Wars was shortlisted for the Philip K. Dick award. He has published sixty books, and his latest include the crime novel Murder Take Three, and the short story collection Microcosms, with Tony Ballantyne. He has also written a dozen books for children and over a hundred and forty short stories. He writes a regular science fiction review column for the Guardian newspaper and lives in Cockburnspath, Scotland.