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Invisible is a dystopian romance in which the characters struggle against obsession and misunderstandings in their quest for happiness. It is set against the topsy-turvy backdrop of New Labour's Britain.
Frank Egerton studied English at Keble College, Oxford, and from 1995 to 2008 reviewed fiction for a variety of publications, including The Times, TLS and Financial Times. He teaches creative writing for the University of Oxford and is interested in both the close examination of fiction and how recent technologies such as ebooks and print-on-demand are changing the publishing industry and offering fresh opportunities to writers. He is a member of the Society of Authors and AWP, and is a former editor of the Oxford Writer. He was chair of Writers in Oxford from 2008 to 2010. His first novel The Lock was published in 2003 and the ebook version reached the finals of the Independent e-Book Awards in Santa Barbara. His second novel Invisible was published by StreetBooks in October 2010. He is currently working on his third novel.