Publish date: July 13th 2012
Publisher: Roadswell Editions
Pages no: 218
Edition language: English
I came across this book on a few "best horror" book lists. If this is one of the best I'd hate to read the worst.The actual premise of the book could have been a good short story with a better author.
But what did it all mean? If you don't like reading books where that's the question you're left with after turning the final page, this might not be the thing for you. This book is like a Rorschach splatter, and I'm not telling you what I think it all meant to me. I'd be embarrassed, I think, to e...
Between the stream-of-consciousness narration, the unlikeable characters and the inevitable ending that took forever to arrive, I just didn't like this book. The plot is this: Nicholas, a video store clerk finds a mysterious hole in an abandoned storage room. He shows it to Nakota, who wants to expl...
The Basics Nicholas and Nakota have found a hole in the storage room of Nicholas’s apartment building. It’s far from normal, holds some mysterious power, and compels them to play with fire again and again. Unluckily for Nicholas, Nakota is just the sort of person that could become entirely obsesse...
Now available in ebook to freak out new generations of readers. I love Koja's edgy verb-dominated prose, the sentence fragments of fragmented perception; her self-destructive characters sometimes lose me.