Release Day 3 August 2021

Jacketed Case Laminated. Personalised limited edition.

Only 50 available. 

Collector Edition pre-orders are taken until the 2nd of August 2021 (or as soon as we reach 50).


As each copy will be personalised, the Collector Editions will be commissioned on the 2nd of August, delivered to the author for the extra personalisation, then shipped. They are expected to be with you by the 20th of August if not earlier.


A Collector Edition will carry the following:


  • 1 of 50 quotes from the book - chosen by Lorraine Wilson
  • A personalised dedication from Lorraine Wilson if requested
  • Signed by the author
  • Handwritten number of the Collector Edition out of 50.


Paperback, Ebook and Harback also available.

Cover art by Daniele Serra.


Could you condemn one child to save another?


In a near-future Europe fracturing under climate change and far-right politics, biologist Lina Stephenson works in the remote Rila Mountains, safely away from London State. When an old enemy dies, Lina's dangerous past resurfaces, putting her family's lives at risk.


Trapped with her vulnerable sister alongside the dead man's family, Lina is facing pressure from all sides: her enemy's eldest son is determined to destroy her in his search for vengeance, whilst his youngest carries a sinister secret...


...But the forest is hiding its own threats and as a catastrophic storm closes in, Lina realises that if she is to save her family, she must become a monster.

This Is Our Undoing - Collector Edition

  • 'Beautifully written' Will Dean

    'Cinematic descriptions are intricately woven with engaging characters, intense narrative, and delicate relationships binding the past and the present. The narrative explores identity, loss, family, acceptance, and the secrets that hold families together often in spite of the forces determined to break them apart. Then there are the ghosts, monsters, gods, and heroes.

    An incredible story about the costs of accepting everyday violence, losses of privacy, intrusions on wildlife, human trafficking, the legacy of harm, loss, and trauma. It's also a story about family, healing, forgiveness, and possibilities.

    It's a touching experience that just might indeed be our undoing.' Yvonne Battle-Felton