'Dee lives for two things: the physical/mental discipline of parkour, and the dystopic scenarios he invents to escape his mundane life.
'He knows the city better than anyone – the hidden spaces at night, the views that no one else sees, from heights no one else can scale. With parkour, he's not running away. He's just free.
'But when he's caught up in a frightening conspiracy and the boundaries between fantasy and reality break down, he'll have to run for his life. Run for real. Because just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you.'
Source: Publisher's blurb.