"Thought provoking, scarily believable and compelling." Louise Lambert"An excellent book. Not my usual type of subject at all, but I was very glad to have read it." Hamish
In an infertile world, what hope is there for the future?
Decades after a deadly plague has ravaged the world, the children of the survivors can only reproduce via complex fertility treatment. Some can afford it, but for everyone else there is the In Vitro Lottery.
Kate Adams never wanted a family, so when her numbers come up she gives her winning ticket to her sister Emily, who is desperate for a child. But when tragedy strikes at the clinic it sends Kate down a dark path of discovery, not only into the nature of the Lottery and the clinic head Victor Pearson, but her own flesh and blood. Just how far had Emily gone in pursuit her addiction, and what had she got involved with?
In Vitro Lottery is a cautionary tale of obsession and control, and the dangers of getting exactly what we wish for.