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A world brought up on dystopian stories of alien invasions and wars with other planets is asked to open its arms to 300 aliens who are stranded here in their crippled mining ship. The eyes of the entire world are focused on the village of Thatcham: the site of our first contact with an alien species.

Their arrival affects everyone. Barriers are broken down, perspectives are altered, and the life of every single person on the planet is changed forever as science fiction becomes science fact.

But not everyone is convinced. Some people are more cautious.

Tom Winter thinks he must be paranoid, because he knows that if he’s right about the aliens, more than seven billion other people are wrong.

TRUST is a slow-burner and all the richer for it. The layers of characters and details of the story play out perfectly when matched with an ending you’re not likely to forget. It’s an outstanding novel, delivers in more ways than one, and is worthy of a place on the discerning fan’s bookshelf. 10/10” —STARBURST MAGAZINE

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