Award-winning author Claire Fuller welcomes readers into the haunting world of her new novel Memory of Animals, a book about love, memory and survival. Running from grief and guilt, Neffy volunteers for a controlled vaccine trial. After the London streets fall silent and all external communications cease, only Neffy and four other volunteers remain in the unit. Introduced to a pioneering and controversial technology which allows her to revisit memories from her life before, Neffy becomes intoxicated by the freedom of the past, and increasingly turns away from her perilous present, putting any chance of a future into jeopardy. Fuller talks to Georgina Godwin, journalist and Books Editor for Monocle 24.