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  • A cult author with an inimitable
    style, the winner of numerous
    prestigious prizes, several
    of whose books have been
    adapted for the cinema
  • A fast-paced narrative that
    never slows down
  • A modern yet unclassifiable story
    that seduces the reader with its
    originality and its whacky universe
Serge Brussolo
Anatomik
Type
Science-Fiction
Word count
98 000 words
All rights available

Nobody knows it, but the war of the worlds has already begun

Kurt Angström is dead. But that does not prevent the formidable firm Anatomik Biotech from hiring him as a spy. This mysterious company can transform ghosts into invisible secret agents who can both hack the most complex computer systems and get inside the heads of living people to plant suicidal and murderous ideas.

Chuck Ozzborn, a rude and misanthropic retired elite soldier, unwillingly becomes mixed up in the biggest conspiracy of all time. In an America defeated by a coalition of drug barons and which has lost its will to fight, the two men are confronted with a threat that goes far beyond anything they could ever have imagined.

Its first symptom is the possession of the population by the souls of the dead, with the complicity of governments. Unbeknownst to all, the Apocalypse is entering Phase 2...

  • A cult author with an inimitable
    style, the winner of numerous
    prestigious prizes, several
    of whose books have been
    adapted for the cinema
  • A fast-paced narrative that
    never slows down
  • A modern yet unclassifiable story
    that seduces the reader with its
    originality and its whacky universe

About the author

Serge Brussolo
Serge Brussolo was born in Paris in 1951. His works of science fiction and horror have captivated readers of all ages with his inventiveness and ability to create suspense. His biggest success to date, Peggy Sue and the Ghosts, has been translated into seventeen languages.