Extraordinarily good-insightful, affecting, funny, and appropriately terrifying. The perfect handbook for the end times. Mark O'Connell is a truly brilliant writer and Notes from an Apocalypse could hardly be more incisive, or more timely
Anyone with open eyes lives today bound by apocalyptic fears for the future and the maddening same-ness that defines the present day. Notes from an Apocalypse is a penetrating investigation into that new uncanny, which shapes both our collective indifference and our climate rage
David Wallace Wells, author of, The Uninhabitable Earth
O'Connell is a very, very funny writer and he inserts himself Ronson-like into a series of absurd, ironic and alarming situations... an important book, as well as a seriously funny one'
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To Be a Machine
WINNER OF THE WELLCOME BOOK PRIZE 2018
Shortlisted for the Baillie Gifford Prize 2017
A stunning new non-fiction voice tackles an urgent question… what next for mankind?
‘Troubling and humorous, this is one of my current give-it-to-everyone books – I buy six copies at a time’