I got this as a e-book forwarded to me from a good reads friend. She got it directly from the author. I wasn't disappointed in reading it. It was so good that I read it in two reading sessions. I found the author had quite an imagination. I hope to read more books by this author.
Received through goodreads give away. I had a tough time following the twists and turns of this story line. Sort of a rerun of "Logan's Run", after a certain age (40 in this case) you are with drawn from society. In "Logan's Run" the out come was death, in 2050 the outcome is a drug induced with-drawl from society. But the protagonist, William, fore-sees a sinister outcome and struggles to change the rules of society. Any more you will find out after reading the book.
Jim Musgrave's homage to George Orwell, Life in 2050, made it to the finals of the 2016 Chanticleer International Book Awards in the Scifi and Speculative Fiction. See the list on the link.