Big Brother is watching you . . .
Under the all-seeing eye of Big Brother, Winston Smith spends his days in the Ministry of Truth, rewriting the past for the Party. Despite constant surveillance and the ever-present threat of repression, he starts to inwardly question the regime. A note from a colleague - 'I love you' - marks the beginning of a secret affair that breaks all the rules. But what will happen when they are found out?
This classic dystopian novel is a vision of life under a totalitarian regime, where every thought or action could bring the Thought Police to the door . . .
Now with a stunningly sinister cover by Nathan Burton.
George Orwell (1903-1950) is one of the world's most influential writers, the visionary author of Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-four as well as non-fiction classics. By the time of his death in 1950 (and since), he was world-renowned as a journalist and author.More about George Orwell