Boy in a White Room
A boy wakes to find himself locked in a white room. He has no memories, no idea who he is and no idea how he got here. As he pieces together his story he starts to wonder … how can he tell what’s real and what’s not? Who is he really?
A gripping YA sci-fi thriller perfect for fans of Ready Player One and The Maze Runner.
A boy wakes to find himself locked in a white room. He has no memories, no idea who he is and no idea how he got there.
A computer-generated voice named Alice responds to his questions – through her, he is able to access the internet.
He gradually pieces together his story – an abduction, a critical injury, snippets of his past … But how can the boy tell what’s real and what’s not? Who is he really?
- A gripping YA sci-fi thriller by German and Spiegel-bestselling author, Karl Olsberg.
- The novel has sold 40,000 copies in Germany alone and been optioned for TV development by Netflix.
- Explores themes of virtual worlds, artificial intelligence, philosophy and identity.