1984 meets Blade Runner in a John le Carre thriller.
Neil Sharpson lives in Dublin with his wife and their two
children. Having written for theatre since his teens, Neil
transitioned to writing novels in 2017, adapting his own play
The Caspian Sea into When the Sparrow Falls.
A huge fan of animation, Neil writes Unshaved Mouse, a comedic review blog mostly focusing on animated film and comic book movies.
He is a graduate of the Abbey Theatre's New Playwright's Programme, and was shortlisted for the Maguire International Playwrighting Award.
"Part spy thriller, part dark dystopian, When The Sparrow Falls
is a complex examination of identity, technology, power, and
control." * The Nerd Daily *
"An impressive debut" * ParSec Magazine *
"A witty, playfully philosophical exploration of what it means to be human in a digital age." * SFX *
"An original and gripping thriller." * The Guardian *
"A gripping and unsettling work of science fiction." * SciFiNow *