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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 5/5/2015
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster

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In the very near future, a devastating Ebola-like pandemic has struck the world, but for the 1% in New York City it’s an excuse for even more twisted behavior.

Taylor Antrim delivers a thrilling new novel that combines the best of dystopian fiction with a sharp-eyed exploration of class and wealth in the world’s capital. In this fast-paced paranoid, near-future New York City, we meet Catherine, a broke socialite who is getting sick. Desperate, she takes a job with a luxury concierge service that fulfills the most outlandish desires of the ultra-rich—even if that means hunting down the 99%. As the hidden agendas of her employer and his shadowy clients emerge, Catherine realizes things are not remotely as they appear and she finds herself a pawn of mega-corporations and government agents all eager to profit from the cure embedded inside of her.

Author Biography

Taylor Antrim is a senior editor at Vogue. His first novel The Headmaster Ritual was widely acclaimed in the New York Times and elsewhere. His fiction has appeared in “Best American Short Stories” among other publications. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and son.

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