Book Review: Genus by Jonathan Trigell @ Pretty Books
Genus is set in a time of physical perfection, genetic selection and enrichment, where life chances come on a sliding scale according to wealth. For some there is no money or choice, and an underclass has evolved; London’s King’s Cross.
The Kross, as it is now known, has become a ghetto for the Unimproved. In The Kross, the natural, the dated, the cheap and the dull, live a brittle and unenviable existence. But unrest is growing; tension is mounting and a murderer is abroad in these dark quarters… Continue to the (spoiler-free) review.