London, May 2010. Foxes are behaving oddly. Burmese people are going missing. A new synthetic drug, Glow, has begun to appear on the streets of London. And Raf, a 22-year-old dog-walker suffering from a bizarre sleeping disorder, undercovers a massive corporate conspiracy . . . and falls in love. Combining the pace, drama and explosive plot twists of a conspiracy thriller with his trademark intellectual, linguistic and comedic pyrotechnics, GLOW is Ned Beauman's most thrilling, virtuosic and compulsively readable novel yet.