"A chilling commentary on the modern phenomenon of social media...I highly recommend reading this book, after which you really should go and see the film as well" (Jim McLeod, Ginger Nuts of Horror)
"More than competes with anything the creators of the original Saw could dream up" (Hellnotes)
"Frazer Lee explores the real dangers of putting our lives online and, through his characters, shows the real-life consequences of cyber-bullying, privacy, identity theft and the dangers of hiding behind the internet." (Malysa Stratton Louk, Digital Journal)
About the Author
One of Frazer's early short stories received a Geoffrey Ashe Prize from the Library of Avalon, Glastonbury. His short fiction has since appeared in numerous anthologies including the acclaimed 'Read By Dawn' series.
Also a screenwriter and filmmaker, Frazer's movie credits include the award-winning short horror films 'On Edge', 'Red Lines', 'Simone', and the critically acclaimed horror/thriller feature (and movie novelization) 'Panic Button'.
Frazer lectures in Creative Writing and Screenwriting at Brunel University London and Birkbeck, University of London. He resides with his family in leafy Buckinghamshire, England where (when he's not getting lost in a forest) he is working on new fiction and film projects.
Official website: frazerlee.com