A new stand-alone from the author of the bestselling novel A Kind of Spark.
When Cora is dragged to a dinner, she doesn't expect to strike up a friendship with Adrien - son of the intimidating CEO of Pomegranate Technologies. As she becomes a part of Adrien's life, Cora is also drawn into the mysterious projects at Pomegranate.
At first, intrigued, Pomegranate uses AI to recreate real people in hologram form, often to comfort grieving families. However, as Cora digs deeper, she uncovers their darker aim: to wipe out any trace of neurodivergence in their holograms and create the 'perfect' versions of people like her and Adrien.
Cora knows she must unravel their plans.
Can she fight to make her voice heard, whilst never losing sight of herself?
The dialogue sings and McNicoll skillfully lets us into their inner worlds.