Hugo Award-winning author Charles Stross delivers “credible and bold SF” (Science Fiction Weekly) that continually pushes the boundaries of the genre. Glasshouse is a Kafkaesque tale in which a man, Robin, awakes in a clinic with severe memory loss. Finding himself targeted by a deadly opponent, Robin takes a calculated gamble and volunteers to be one of the subjects of an unusual study in the Glasshouse. But once there, he finds that the true terror has only begun.
“One nightmarish panopticon.”—New York Times