Harrow-born author Aaron Gransby has released his second book, titled “Destination,” a short story collection that extends the dystopian theme of his debut novel “Outside.”
The stories explore various societal and individual destinations, addressing contemporary issues such as cancel culture, promises to pensioners, the effects of technology, dementia, overpopulation, and the influence of social media.
Some stories are set in Harrow, while others in London suburbs. The book combines suburban life with a foreboding vision of the future, featuring thought-provoking and original stories, with artwork by renowned artist John Duffin for the book jacket.
Aaron said, “Each of these stories stands on its own but collectively, they tell a compelling and worrying vision of where our society could be heading if we are not careful.”
Aaron’s first novel, a thriller titled “Outside,” was based in Harrow and St Albans and received five-star reviews on Amazon and Goodreads, with reviewers praising its “fast-paced, original storyline” and “great twists and turns.”
Hardback copies of “Destination,” published by Gerard Books, are available at £14.99 directly through Aaron’s website, aarongransby.com, while paperbacks and ebooks can be purchased via Amazon at £8.99 and £3.99 respectively. Copies of “Outside” can also be purchased through the same sources.