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Channel SK1N tells the story of Nola Blue: pop prodigy, the girl every teen wants to be, or be with. She has talent, hit tunes, international fame, everything she could possibly want. But when she begins to pick up TV signals on her skin, Nola is forced on a journey far beyond the boundaries of the mega-stardom she was moulded for.
'One of his best and most emotionally affecting works to date…Reminding us once again that Noon is one of sci-fi’s leading prose artists, who can captivate you with a simple but elegant turn of phrase – Channel SK1N is a masterful return to the fore.'
_Stephen Jewell, SFX Magazine
'A stylish post-modern gospel.'
_Jared Shurin, Pornokitsch
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About the Author
Jeff Noon was born in Manchester in 1957. He was trained in the visual arts, and was musically active on the punk scene before starting to write plays for the theatre. His first novel, Vurt, was published in 1993 and went on to win the Arthur C. Clarke Award. His other books include Pollen, Nymphomation, Automated Alice, Pixel Juice, Needle in the Groove and Falling Out Of Cars and Channel Sk1n (published August 2012). His plays include Woundings, The Modernists and Dead Code. For more information see Jeff's website (www.metamorphiction.com) or follow him on Twitter (@jeffnoon)
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