Monday, 26 April 2021

New Release! Megacity - Part 3 of the dystopian Operation Galton trilogy


Out Now!

- M E G A C I T Y -

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Sequel to Hope and Wasteland

Operation Galton is named after Frederick Galton, a pioneer of eugenics in the 
late 19th and early 20th centuries; it was he who invented the term


The UK's new megacities: contented citizens relieved of the financial burden of home ownership, living in eco-friendly communities.  Total surveillance has all but wiped out crime, and biometric sensor implants detect illness before symptoms are apparent.

That's the hype.  Scratch the surface, and darker stories emerge.

Tara is offered the chance to become a princess amongst media influencers—as long as she keeps quiet and does as she's told. 

Aileen uproots to the megacity with some reluctance, but none of her misgivings prepare her for the situation she will face: a mother's worst nightmare. 

Radar has survived gang rule in group homes for the homeless, prison and bereavement, and jumps at the chance to live a 'normal' life.  But at what cost?

For all three, the price of living in a megacity may prove too high.

Megacity is the third and final book in the dystopian Operation Galton trilogy, and is Terry Tyler's twenty-third publication.

'As long as some of us refuse to live as they demand, we are not yet beaten.  That's how we do it.  That's how we win.'


  1. Wow, Terry! That is one amazing cover. Love it! It's like a futuristic Pantheon of Rome - stunning imagery.

  2. Great cover, Terry, and so bright! Something to look forward to. Thanks and good luck!

  3. Wonderful!!And I love the cover, Terry. Looking forward to the read.

    1. Just doing the post-proofread go-through, before it goes to be test read....!! x

  4. This is one I'm really looking forward to! The cover is brilliant!

    1. Thank you - I agree, it's terrific, isn't it?! All I said was 'girl walking towards megacity, and I'd like red to be the main colour' - mouth dropped open when I saw this!

    2. I was rather hoping all this might not happen until then... !!

  5. Congratulations, Terry! I agree with all the comments about the cover. Fantastic! I look forward to reading it soon. Can't wait!