Anon is an empath. He has used his ability to climb the corporate ladder and is now head of customer services at a trendy tech start-up. But his personal life is a disaster.
He is invited on the start-up’s annual weekend away to an ancient country house in the middle of nowhere. Here, destructive narratives of the past overlap with regressive ideas of the present, pushed into alignment by a mysterious presence at the hotel.
House Anon is a gripping, modern take on the haunted house story. As well as critique of critical race theory, white-fragility and other associated toxic ideas.
A free extract of House Anon can be read here.