Rockstar Ending is the first book in a terrifyingly plausible dystopian series steeped in the social and political issues that will dominate the coming decade. It includes a short introduction from George Orwell's son, Richard Blair, who describes N. A. Rossi's work as 'highly original, macabre, and very funny'.
London. 2027. An ordinary woman discovers she is capable of extraordinary things. When Lexi finds out that older people are being coerced into genocide by stealth, she takes on the sinister corporation behind the Rockstar Ending.
It’s hard to resist their invitation to a pain-free suicide with a glamorous spin, a seductive soundtrack, and a killer inheritance tax exemption. After her best friend’s mother books a one-way ticket, Lexi sets out on a rescue mission that takes her deep into the terrifying heart of the death factory.
In a turbulent political landscape, the Yuthentic movement has driven a rift between generations, promoting the redistribution of wealth to younger people by all possible means. Technology is weaponised to manipulate the victims in secret as social media, artificial intelligence and all manner of robots are deployed to undermine humanity.
But the underground resistance is growing. How can an unconventional band of unlikely heroes stop the killing – before it’s all too late?
If you like Black Mirror, The Handmaid’s Tale or the Blue Ant trilogy, you’ll love Rockstar Ending.
Table of Contents
Introduction from Richard Blair, son of George Orwell and patron of the Orwell Society
About the author
Also by N. A. Rossi