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The Silver Cape

Adam Radcliffe

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Somewhere in the Middle East, a random act of violence. In England, a man’s body lies beneath one of the last surviving elm trees. And on the Atlantic footpath in Cornwall, a pair of refugees, fleeing from the betrayals and secrets of the past, makeMoreSomewhere in the Middle East, a random act of violence. In England, a man’s body lies beneath one of the last surviving elm trees. And on the Atlantic footpath in Cornwall, a pair of refugees, fleeing from the betrayals and secrets of the past, make their way to a destination on the very edge of Europe, where a transforming revelation will change everything they thought they knew before.‘The Silver Cape’ is a unique, lyrical narrative about surveillance, about the clash of world cultures, about the ancient sites of England and Cornwall- it is a love story, the tale of a modern-day pilgrimage and a manifesto for the supreme value of authenticity in a digital age.‘In ten or fifteen years the whole of the world will have solidified. Everything will be superseded, everything will be recorded. I’m looking for a way to safety. My intended journey is already clear. If my plan works, I’ll find a way to evade security and return to the city of danger which fell beside the sea.’Praise for the first edition of ‘The Silver Cape’ on Goodreads:‘Once I started reading this book I had to keep going. Its definitely not ordinary. The writing style is kind of lyrical and odd. Because of the prose style, it takes a little getting used to, but after that it is pleasant. I would say that this book is worth a closer look. The writing is thought-provoking and imaginative which makes for a worthwhile read. I was very happy that I got to read this.’