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K What if your life were defined by a number What if any crime could be committed without punishment so long as you could afford to pay the fee assigned to that crime Theo works in the Criminal Audit O

  • Title: 84K
  • Author: Claire North
  • ISBN: 9780356507378
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What if your life were defined by a number What if any crime could be committed without punishment, so long as you could afford to pay the fee assigned to that crime Theo works in the Criminal Audit Office He assesses each crime that crosses his desk and makes sure the correct debt to society is paid in full.But when Theo s ex lover Dani is killed, it s different This isWhat if your life were defined by a number What if any crime could be committed without punishment, so long as you could afford to pay the fee assigned to that crime Theo works in the Criminal Audit Office He assesses each crime that crosses his desk and makes sure the correct debt to society is paid in full.But when Theo s ex lover Dani is killed, it s different This is one death he can t let become merely an entry on a balance sheet.Because when the richest in the world are getting away with murder, sometimes the numbers just don t add up.

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    1. Easy 5* for me. EASY. Claire North writes so beautifully and in such a unique way sometimes I think it doesn't matter what story she is telling, it is all in the way she tells it. As it happens 84K has a brilliantly engaging theme and the whole thing is just wonderful. And a bit scary. Full review nearer to publication.

    2. A clever and challenging read with a great premise - every crime has a price. This is a world in which only the poor are guilty. While this is probably my least favourite of North's novels, largely due to its fragmented and jumpy style which meant I couldn't engage with characters or story as much as I would have liked, this author continues to astound with her imagination and ambition. Full review to follow closer to publication on For Winter Nights. 3.5 stars.

    3. I'm a huge fan of Clare North, and this one was a really good one. Maybe not as good as my favourite of hers, The Sudden Appearance of Hope, but that would be hard as that book is so brilliant. With a nod to Orwell's 1984, it's set in an all too believable Britain of extreme capitalism (rather than communism - and yet the two are eerily similar), where everything, even people's lives, comes down to money. Human rights have been abolished, and if you're rich you can basically get away with murder [...]

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